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Unformatted text preview: College is a learning institute that has more to offer its students that just overpriced textbooks, early morning classes, and unsatisfying food to scarf down as a secondary activity around studying. College is a very appropriate setting to learn to choose to manage time more efficiently by maintaining a balance between activities, friends, and course work. Take for instance, a student at San Francisco State University life can become a little more than dull if one decides to isolate themselves within the dorms. However, places such as the Cesar Chavez Center hold booths and information centers on how to get involved with clubs, sports, and even internships. Many campus communities share a common environment, like the Cesar Chavez Center, for students to get to know one another and information on career builders and opportunities. By setting aside time to explore students can also get to meet other students who share common interests such as religion, hobbies, and ethical backgrounds. This allows for students who share common interests such as religion, hobbies, and ethical backgrounds....
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2011 for the course ENGLISH 106 taught by Professor Hibble during the Fall '10 term at S.F. State.
- Fall '10