Rite Aid

Rite Aid is a Fortune 500 company in the United States. Its headquarters are in East Pennsboro Township in Pennsylvania near Camp Hill. The company began its operations in 1962. Its founder was Alex Grass. Company started as a single store in Scranton, Pennsylvania. It is a public company since 1968 when it joined the American Stock Exchange. It has grown tremendously with ti...
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The Effects of Stereotyping

Stereotyping is a major problem in today’s society and is present in most places, if not everywhere, in the world. To stereotype someone means to put an oversimplified image on a person, typically pertaining to race, gender, and culture. These types of insults commonly have a lasting, negative impact on the victim and can result with a difficulty of coping. Although pe...
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Types of Education Impacting People with Mental Disabilities

Education is the vehicle that allows for students to accomplish their dreams. It is deeply influential as it encompasses the majority of one’s early years, and continues throughout life. This subsequently allows for an accumulation of knowledge, which provides skills leading to success. Thus, education is essential to life and necessary for every human being. Because all peop...
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Social Responsible Funds

These are funds invested without following the normal economic guidelines of making profits irrespective of the type of business. Examples are investments in religious views, human rights, or environmental responsibilities. Funds may invest in the companies that are environmentally friendly and leave those that encourage pollution. Such funds are also not invested in activiti...
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Langston Hughes

Langston Hughes was a great writer for the civil rights movement. A movement in which blacks and whites were separated and were not equal to one another. Blacks and whites had unequal job opportunities, blacks were looked down upon by whites and were treated like less of people than the whites. Langston Hughes was a big part of this movement by writing about the struggles of ...
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River of Life

For many ancient civilizations rivers were the main means of transportation. This is evidenced by the early voyages of explorers and later on, European colonization of Africa, Asia, and the Americas. The colonial masters not only used the vast waters of the seas and oceans to reach the shores of other continents, but also to transport labor (slaves) and raw materials back to ...
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The Effect of Discrimination in Maya Angelou’s “Graduation” and Rachel Swir

The topic of discrimination is intricate, controversial, and multifaceted. It is the weapon of bigotry, and targets people for belonging to a certain group, be it based on gender, religion, race, or something else. It can be explicit, implicit, emotional, physical, or verbal. Discrimination is a popular social issue today; those who discuss it examine its causes and effects ...
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Glister and Gold

First published in 1884, “The Necklace” is Guy de Maupassant’s most famous work of short fiction. As the story of a bourgeois beauty who longs for material wealth and position among the elite, it encapsulates the consumeristic ideals of the Belle Epoque in the vain and avaricious character of Mathilde Loisel. Ultimately, it is Mathilde’s proud and shallow personal...
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Solutions for Wal-Mart in Germany

The development of Wal-Mart in Germany is perhaps one of the locations whereby the Wal-Mart company has implemented effective solutions to its overseas market challenges. One of the ways that Wal-Mart was sure it would capture the German customers was on customer service; this was an aspect that the Wal-Mart had prided itself back in America. The Wal-Mart company believed and...
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Lena Livin Life: What you don't know

Sometimes we choose to ignore all the darkness in the world because the sunshine is just so damn pretty. Sometimes people think its okay to forget all that’s wrong with the world, so they can live their life to the very fullest. I, however don’t. I understand it, but I don’t believe in it. I realize this column won’t change the world, but we can try. It’s t...
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