Final - Garrity 1 Kyle Garrity QU 101 Professor Dave...

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Garrity 1 Kyle Garrity QU 101 Professor Dave Herscovici 12/12/07 Final Paper The central focus of QU101 – The Individual in the Community -- asks us to consider the relationship between an individual and community. To me, a community does not have to consist of people with all of the same characteristics and ideas. A community is a group of people that work together to build on each other’s thoughts and various personalities. Like a living organism, each individual cell seems unimportant, but when added together makes a unique organism different from every other. Without the individual, there would be no community. This class stimulated me to think about my high school graduating class as a community, and how I was an individual member within it. The Lakeland High School Class of 2007 was never truly a community until senior year. By the time senior year came we all became to know each other on a personal level, and we knew who each person was down to their personality. There was Jeff, the kid who was always best dressed, Nick, the kid who always made everybody laugh, and Dan, our valedictorian who refused to drop below a 4.0 GPA. We were all different in our own ways, and we would not be the LHS Class of 2007 without each one of us. A major part of being a member of the Class of 2007 was the responsibilities.
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