is portrayed. After all I’ve never seen a lion outside of a zoo. Rutgers seems to have captured the essence of university, making traveling to the other side of the world worthwhile. I have often said to people around me that I don’t want to go to school with only Nigerians, that I want to be imeresed into other cultures, at the same time get the best education that is possible and I think Rutgers offers everything that will help me flourish. . .
this diversity and prosper from it. In my family, my school, and my friendships I have been exposed to people of varied backgrounds and am so lucky to benefit from it all. Thanks to my experiences, I would be fully prepared to study and live at Rutgers University, and contribute to its community. My parents are Colombian immigrants who moved to the United States to further their educations. My mother has a doctorate in Biology, and my father has a master of science degree in Computer Science.
The first word that comes to mind when I hear “Rutgers University” is variety. Variety of people, cultures, and experiences. Being part of such a thriving community would be a beneficial blessing and privilege. I believe that Rutgers will not only equip me with knowledge, but also inspire me with the different perspectives of it‘s diverse student body. In such a miscellaneous and free university, I will be filled with passion and energy to both my study and life. I also believe that I can truly express
need it. I am now a mature, responsible adult making my own decisions for my future. My people skills have greatly helped me from an early age, if it wasn’t for my mom giving me the confidence to stand up for my culture I wouldn’t be writing this essay today. If it wasn’t for those teenagers who asked me to volunteer the first chance I got I wouldn’t be writing about my charitable causes in India. In college I only hope to strive more by traveling and helping others around the world, in third-world
that I am ready for the next chapter of my life, college. Diversity is the art of thinking independently together and combining the ideas together in order to form a better one, therefore I am one hundred percent sure that I am the perfect fit for Rutgers. By combining Rutger’s education with my dynamic ideas, I will be able to profit the society in the future.
West, Vol. 47, No. 4 (Oct., 1997), pp. 521-553 Cook is a professor who studied the social sciences and got BS at Lewis Clark College, MA at Rutgers University, and PHD at Rutgers University as well. He is interested in Taoist, and published his famous work “Hiding the world in the world” in 2003. Zhuangzi’s relation to the Confucian school is reexamined.This essay analyzes the Confucius’ image of “musical perfection” and concludes with an examination of Zhuangzi’s “Butcher Ding” Story. This source is
and studies show that the percentage rate of plagiarism raises high each year. Amanda Serpico, a college student at Rutgers was accused of plagiarism and lost her communications degree. For her final grade at Rutgers, Serpico was to write a paper on gay marriage laws. In doing so, her professor noticed that many sentences and passages matched almost thirty five articles, online essays, and internet blogs according to turnitin.com, a database which notifies school teachers of plagiarism content in
RUTGER'S APPLICATION ESSAY A very famous old saying by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is, "God has no religion,race or culture. He sent us all equal and it was us who separated ourselves from each other by social division. Yes, I am a Hindu; I am also a Muslim, a Christian, a Buddhist, and a Jew. You may ask why we should take interest in other people. Here is the answer. Unity and success lie in diversity. I do not want my house to be walled in on all sides and my windows to be stifled. I want
Boxer, an assistant professor of psychology at Rutgers University, researched media violence’s relation to criminal behavior. He stated that youth who were not exposed to violent media are not as disposed to aggressive behavior (Rutgers Researcher’s Study). Stephen King, famous horror movie writer, has a different opinion about horror movies than these articles, so I watched a horror movie Alien to analyze his theory. Stephen King writes in his essay “Why We Crave Horror Movies” about how horror
Brenau University Abstract This essay embodies plagiarism and discusses what exactly plagiarism is. Within are problems that have actually occurred in the world of academics and addressed by The New York Times. Information on how to avoid plagiarism is also addressed. Information was taken from published journal articles from Duke University, Valdosta State University, and Northwestern University. Surveys that were taken by a Business professor at Rutgers University, based on students’ opinions