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Dear Dr. Geary, I am writing to you in regards to my recent infractions at Manhattan College. There have been several incidences throughout my junior year that have landed me in some minor, yet, substantial trouble. Although most of my current write-ups have been relatively minimal, they are still existent and I acknowledge the fact that I should be respectful of the rules instated. I realize that I am solely responsible for my disruptive behavior and I would like to apologize to you for any disappointment that you may feel as a result of my actions. However, I would like for you to know that I have been keeping my grades up and that it is my primary concern to graduate on time. I am quite fond of most of the security personnel at Manhattan College and I try my best to maintain a friendly relationship with these individuals. Every time they are called to reprimand me, I worry about the hassle I am placing upon them. I realize that they are
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Unformatted text preview: merely caring employees who are simply fulfilling their duties, and therefore, I feel a great sense of guilt whenever I cause them to get involved in my private affairs. I am also aware of the fact that I should be avoiding all potentially troublesome situations, however, it is sometimes difficult to do so. I can guarantee that it has not been my intent to cause any conflict within the school or towards any particular person through my actions. It is my promise to you and to the Manhattan College community that there will not be any further disturbances on my part. I have recently found myself thinking things over a lot more thoroughly before acting as a result of my past experiences and in an attempt to avoid any further sanctions being placed upon me. I will take this as a learning experience that will greatly benefit me in my future endeavors. Sincerely, Rolando Hernandez...
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