River Rafting!!

Some photos of the GSE River Rafting Day

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Professors like to think their matter is your top priority, but in reality it’s just one of many with training from other classes, a job or two to juggle and a social life to maintain. Truth is the only reason you’ll care about an upcoming essay is because odds are its 20 percent of your grade. Your time is limited. Under this stress and deadline, the real question becomes: How do you minimize your writing time while make the most of class?
• MAKE a (theoretical) OUTLINE. You most likely do not know your exact topic yet, seeing as you just started. But, that should not limit your skill to make a plan of hit. Take a look at your things to see and generate a chart of the general items you need; “thesis” and “part on context,” for case.
• CRUNCH TIME. It is time to add the meat to the plan. Take 10 to 20 minutes to form out your fight and hone in on a come up to. Develop a working thesis and your topic sentences. Focus on making your thesis useful, not perfect. You are running out of time, so you just need a workable base to get you started. You can revise it later. Once you have your specific topic, write. Write like the wind, Bulls eye! Care for it like a timed last and try to crank it out in less than an hour. Does not be worried about page limits; just make as much content as you can with the matter you have got.
• Try about four themes, 400 words or 20% of the total word count per theme and link them, forget about an hole part and your end for now which can be planted at the end of writing from the meat of the essay. 10% of the total word count should go to the chance part and 10% - 15% close.
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After Yeezy Boost 750 was released, there was a turmoil that its full size ran big. That was confirmed by the Kanye West’s wife Kim Kardashian at the moment when she posted her husband's pair on Instagram.
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