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A lot of that has changed recently, though. Going through tough classes makes it very easy to meet people. I’ve gotten to know a lot of the people in my Statics and Calculus classes. This can especially be helpful for first generation students as described in First in the Family. “Many first-generation college students notice that their classmates are much better prepared for demanding college work than they are. (Cushman, 2006, Chapter 4) My friends and I study together as well as go places and hang out during the weekends. And to be honest, it has really helped calm me down. I frequently got burned out from studying or just felt defeated, but talking to people and doing social things is relaxing. I would say I had decent social capital when I entered NIU, I wasn’t an outcast, but I was not very outgoing. I really do think it is essential to be social and relax with friends, or else you can really put a strain on yourself. It also does not hurt to practice social skills and get to know people who could end up in positions of power. And like the moon we must go through phases of emptiness to feel full again Relaxing and increasing your social capital are two very important aspects I have It is very easy to get burnt out. Doing school work and focusing on something non-stop takes its toll. For a while, I spent a lot of time by myself. I did talk to friends and hang out with them occasionally, but I did not get super social.

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My friends and I study together as well as go places and hang out during the weekends. And to be honest, it has really helped calm me down. I frequently got burned out from studying or just felt defeated, but talking to people and doing social things is relaxing. I would say I had decent social capital when I entered NIU, I wasn’t an outcast, but I was not very outgoing. And like the moon we must go through phases of emptiness to feel full again I really do think it is essential to be social and relax with friends, or else you can really put a strain on yourself. It also does not hurt to practice social skills and get to know people who could end up in positions of power. Relaxing and increasing your social capital are two very important aspects I have. October 12, 1992, marks the five-hundredth anniversary of the most crucial of all encounters between Europe and the Americas. In the contemporary global mood, however, the quincentennial of Christopher Columbus’s landing in the New World – new, anyway, to the European intruders; old and familiar to its inhabitants – seems an occasion less for celebration than for mediation.

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Indeed, in some quarters the call is for penitence and remorse. Christopher Columbus has always been as much a myth as a man, a myth incorporating a succession of triumphs and guilts over what is now five long centuries. The myth has found particular lodgment in the mightiest of the nations to arise in the Western…show more content… And like the moon we must go through phases of emptiness to feel full again A movement to honor the day of landfall culminated in 1934, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed October 12 a national holiday. The holiday is observed in most Latin American countries as well. The United States also staged the most memorable celebration of the quadricentennial of what it was then widely acceptable to call the “discovery” of America. The World’s Columbus Exposition took place in bustling, thrusting, Midwestern Chicago, the very heart of the republic. Reconfiguring the great explorer in images of technology and modernity, the Chicago World’s Fair saluted the man then regarded, in the words of President Benjamin Harrison, as “the pioneer of progress and enlightenment”.  As you make connections with other students in and out of class, you can also call on them for help, feedback, and advice.” (Cushman, 2006, Chapter 4)

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