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# Integrative Statement 1

Course Number: LIB 100, Fall 2009

College/University: Grand Valley State

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Allison Rehagen Liberal Studies 100 (08) December 16, 2009 Paving the Way for Success and Happiness through a Liberal Education: An Integrative Statement Throughout this course my overall knowledge of life, of the world, of what is necessary to live in todays society has grown immensely. This understanding, as I later learned is liberal education. At the beginning of this semester I read the essays and completed...

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