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E.A.P Group Proj

E.A.P Group Proj - E.A.P Paragraph on Washington DCs...

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E.A.P: Paragraph on Washington DC’s Identity In this essay, we are going to prove that student affairs is part of Washington DC’s social hierarchal society. Paragraph #2: As stated above, the Washington Post provides a screenshot of the affairs of the government; this could be from the decisions being made in Congress to the newly elected House Representative. A key concept that everyone is aware about is that these government officials will not be in power forever; there will come a time when the younger generation will have to step up and fill the shoes of present government officials. This is where the GW Hatchet comes into play. The GW Hatchet presents the second feature of Washington DC’s social- hierarchal society: student affairs within the George Washington University. The GW Hatchet is the George Washington University’s local newspaper that provides the school community with news that is going on with the University. Such news includes, school activities, alumni updates, social organizations, etc. The young generation is rising and it’s their responsibility to maintain
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  • Fall '10
  • ProfessorSizcek
  • Washington, D.C., United States Capitol, Washington DC, Government occupations, George Washington University, GW Hatchet

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