Professor X

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  • Factors That Make People Become A Supervillain

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    I have always thought of superheroes as beings with an unattainable, unnatural level of perfection. They were, to me at least, those who were faster than a speeding bullet and more powerful than a locomotive. There is, however, more to superheroes (and by association, supervillains) than that. I’ve found there are several factors that make someone become a superhero or a supervillain. The world needs saving, and knowing what it takes to become a superhero or a supervillain, makes it easier to support

  • The Way Obama Felt

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    vision that Professor X had of us as agents of social change. The same teammates who opposed the project in the beginning, tried to convince the class that they had stronger leadership capabilities than me, despite that previously they were openly against the project and Professor X syllabus. “I’m the Queen of Google doc,” she boasted. A few chuckles came from a student who was one of few who spoke to me outside the classroom. I recalled consoling her when she upset about the warning Professor X. Now,

  • Professional Codes And Standards Of Practice

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    addressed and analyzed: Professor Xavier is a tenured professor of engineering who teaches at a large institution as a licensed professional engineer. One of his students, Jean Grey, tells him that during an exam for another class taught by Professor Osterman, a classmate named Scott Summers apparently used his phone to take a picture of an exam question and sent it to someone. Jean also tells Professor Xavier that she had informed Professor Osterman about Scott, and then Professor Osterman spoke to Scott

  • Analysis Of In The Basement Of The Ivory Tower By Professor X

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    In his article “In the Basement of the Ivory Tower,” Professor X explains how our society pressures people to take college courses for which they are not equipped. As both a community college and private college adjunct English teacher, Professor X explains the goal of his courses is for the student to complete research, form opinions, put together facts, then write their papers. He provides examples where people must take a certain amount of college level classes to advance in their occupation

  • The And A College Classroom

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    front of the room stands a stuffy, scary professor who looks up down the rows with a sadistic glint in his eye. You gulp as you take a seat in the back, intimidated by this man’s academic aura. Okay, I may be exaggerating a bit; many of the professors I know are the nicest people around, but sometimes they may seem like this otherworldly spectre who singlehandedly has the ability to make or break your GPA. Obviously, if you feel this way about your professor, then communicating with him or her may

  • Why You Shouldn 't Be Late At Class Staring With The Most Important Thing

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    There are plenty of reasons why you shouldn’t be late to class staring with the most important thing, you can miss vital information about the lecture. For example let’s say you have a major test coming up and your professor is gracious enough to give you the answers for the test or decides that since you showed up to class you get an automatic A. You can also miss the review to a quiz or test, and you can miss a pop quiz which could’ve helped bump up your grade if you were failing or if you just

  • The Use Of Trigger Warnings And Avoidance Of Microagressions

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    higher learning. It has been seen not only in the form of students protesting, but in some cases in administrations adopting policies and demanding professors to avoid certain topics for the sake of accommodating the psyche of students who anticipate being offended. Haidt and Lukianoff provide the example of the University of California, where professors were given lists of microaggressions, including statements such as “‘America is the land of opportunity’ and ‘I believe the most qualified person

  • Attending Class Importance

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    in a different way than in the text, and student questions and discussion may elaborate on the material or provide new insights. • Professors often use questions or class discussion to enhance critical thinking skills. Attending class can be an opportunity for you to engage the material with the guidance of the professor and the help of your classmates. A professor may pose a question or lead a discussion in class that directs you to make

  • The Culture Of China Has Deeply Ingrained

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    (Mohrman, Geng, & Wang, 2011). Attaining the status of a Professor one must sustain a distinguished track record of scholarly achievement within one university and academic discipline to be promoted from an associate professor. The position of professor is usually tenured but not for private and church affiliated institutions (BISO, 2010). The status of a professor is the highest of the standard academic ranks with advancement past the rank of professor involves administrative duties. There is no mandatory

  • Comic Books, By Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, And Frank Millar

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    There will always be entertainment and in the 1960’s comic books ruled the entertainment industry, and even now they dominate as comic book movies. The worlds created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Frank Millar have become pop culture and people across the world have gazed upon this form of art and literature combined. The protectors of the universe, as powerful as they can be, are missing one key component, the universe. The issue that comic books have not been as diverse as the world they protect