Tempe has the lowest recycling rate in Arizona

Tempe has the lowest recycling rate in Arizona at "roughly 11 percent" (Howard). One of the major contributors to this problem is college students living in off-campus apartments with few recycling opportunities. Mackenzie Paul, a student who lives near Arizona State University, "often throws recyclable items down the trash chute for convenience" (Howard). Living on the fifteenth floor, it is inconvenient for him to traverse the steps for a mere piece of paper.

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Essay about Romeo and Juliet

Walking down the school’s hallway you see a couple that can’t seem to take their hands off of one another. Then you walk a little further and you witness two boys arguing and pushing one another. These two separate emotions are two of the strongest we may ever experience. They are love and hate. Both can make on daring risky decision, and make one’s thoughts cloudy, yet they are two opposites.

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Philosophy of Teaching

Teaching has been an ideal career and passion of mine for many years. To be more exact, ever since my father re-married a teacher named Jackie back when I was only in fifth grade teaching has been something that I have become more and more familiar with as a career choice. I always see the work, the struggles, and most importantly the joy that come with teaching because of Jackie.

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  • Tempe has the lowest recycling rate in Arizona

    Tempe has the lowest recycling rate in Arizona at "roughly 11 percent" (Howard). One of the major contributors to this problem is college students living in off-campus apartments with few recycling opportunities.

  • Essay about Romeo and Juliet

    Walking down the school’s hallway you see a couple that can’t seem to take their hands off of one another. Then you walk a little further and you witness two boys arguing and pushing one another.

  • Philosophy of Teaching

    Teaching has been an ideal career and passion of mine for many years. To be more exact, ever since my father re-married a teacher named Jackie back when I was only in fifth grade teaching has been something that I have become more and more familiar with as a career choice.

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