Essays on Graduation

The Problem of Student Debt after College Graduation in the United States
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A few decades ago, there were not many people who could get higher education in college. The United States is one of the largest immigrant groups in the world. Most first generations did not get the chance to go to college, so they put all their hopes on their children. In a way, a college degree was hope of better future for them, and they were willing to invest. Indeed, going to college is one of the most important steps…...
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The Lasting Memories of a Graduation Gone by
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Graduation is a very significant event in an individual's life. It is the official entrance into adult hood. Some choose to enter the work force, while others choose to continue their education at a post secondary institution. I chose to continue my education at university. I'm currently in year 2; therefore | experienced this rite of passage just a year ago. It was a very exciting yet terrifying experience. Introspecting back, I remember having so many moments where I just…...
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The Issue of Finding Jobs after Graduation in Hong Kong
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 Introduction  Job searching has been the major concern for graduating college students in Hong Kong. Especially at this time, while most Asian countries are economically unstable, retrenchment is very common. Most jobs are saved for workers who have more working experience or who have worked for that company for a long time. Jobs are not guaranteed for University graduates. A. Authorization Dr. Sarah Henderson authorized this report on June 16, 1998. It responds to the request of the instructor, Dr.…...
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The Graduation of Erika and a New Chapter of Her Life
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I have lived many years and seen my daughter do many things, and I have never been prouder of Erika than I am today. Congratulations graduating class of 2015! I welcome you, friends and family, to honor Erika's achievement with me. From the first time I held you into my arms, to today, the day of your high school graduation, I've watched in awe as you became the beautiful young woman before us. As you move on to bigger and…...
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The Experience of Not Walking on My High School Graduation Day
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Everyone remembers their high school graduation: the last day, graduation parties, and the walk to get your diploma. Except in my situation I decided to not walk for graduation. As a result of this, friends and family members were angry with me, but thinking back on all of it, I do not regret my decision one bit. The days were counting down for the seniors for when they will finally break free of the abyss called high school. Parties were…...
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Pathos and Ethos in Graduation, a Short Story by Maya Angelou
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One Day Angelou's “story", Graduation, appeals to pathos and ethos. Pathos appeals to pity or sadness, basically emotion; while ethos appeals to ethics. As Angelou's "story" starts she expresses and describes the excitement of her graduation with each detail, such as, “[m]y class was wearing butter-yellow pique dresses and Momma launched out on mine. She smocked the yoke into tiny crisscrossing puckers, then shirred the rest of the bodice... I was going to be lovely,” (48). With each word she…...
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An Analysis of the Speech Steve Jobs Gave at Stanford Universitys Graduation
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In 2005, Steve Jobs gave a commencement address at Stanford University's graduation. I was not at Stanford's graduation that year, but I was asked to watch this speech last year in English and write my response to it. That was the first time that I had heard Jobs' speech, and although it was aimed towards inspiring an audience of college graduates, I aimed some of that inspiration at myself as a soon to be high school graduate. There were many…...
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My graduation speech by Neil Postman
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The Dominance of the Visigoth My Graduation Speech by Neil Postman encompasses power, brevity and depth. The main focus of this speech is to inform the reader of the two existing kinds of people, those who are morally upright and those who are morally depreciated. Through this speech, the reader is able to obtain an idea regarding the good aspect of humans from an Athenian point of view, which dates back to 2500 years ago. On the other hand, the…...
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