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2023.03.30 06:11 wrhawk Chance nervous asf Bay Area Junior (mechanical engineering and business double major)

Sorry this is super long
Demographics: Indian Male, suburban very competitive public high school in the Bay Area, graduating class of 500+, upper-middle-class family, no financial aid necessary
Intended Majors: Double Major in Mechanical Engineering and Business
Stats: 3.82 UW/ 4.4-4.5 W(school does not weight) (Second sem freshmen year was pretty bad but ever since then I’ve only gotten 1 B), School does not do ranks
SAT: 1430 (M:750, E:680) planning to retake
Coursework: 3 AP’s in school currently (APUSH, APENG, AP PHYS 1), 2 self-study APs (AP Micro, AP Macro), 2 Dual Enrollment (Spanish, BS054), 8 Honors Taken (all that were available to me so far), Taken all business classes offered at my school as 0 periods during both Sophomore and currently Junior year. No APs are offered at my school in Freshmen and Sophomore years other than AP Languages with preference given to Juniors and Seniors.
Awards: (random order) 1. 2023 DECA Districts Written 1st Place 2. 2023 DECA Districs Roleplay 2nd Place 3. 2023 DECA States Roleplay Finalist 4. Top 10/106 Regionally VBC Hotel 2023 Round 2 5. Top 30/272 Teams Nationally VBC Hotel 2023 Round 2 6. First Tech Challenge (FTC) Deans List Semi-Finalist 2023 7. Robotics Team Awards (Semifinalist Alliance Captain, Semifinalist Alliance Captain, Think Award 2rd Place, Inspire Award 3rd Place, Innovate Award sponsored by Raytheon Technologies 3rd Place, Finalist Alliance Captain)
Extracurriculars: (I’m sorry 😭😭😭, random order kinda)
  1. Co-Founder, Build and Design Team Lead, Driver, and Team Captain of my FTC Robotics Team and 501(c)3 Non-Profit with Benevity (2500+ hours on Fusion 360 across 5 years, Solely responsible for creating new designs, inventorying old designs, backing-up designs, merging designs, and creating individual files for each complied design for over 150 different self-made projects, Coached FLL team that made it to regionals, Coached an FTC team that made it to the finalist alliance and semifinalist alliance in two qualifiers in their rookie year, Raised $10k including $5k from Apple, Created coding and engineering curriculum for local elementary schools and reached out to teach, Created a coding curriculum for unprivileged students in Romania and reached out to an organization in the UK to help organizations access to resources for children in African countries so we could teach them coding with the same curriculum, Neural Networks(Machine Learning) for Computer Vision, In collaboration with other local FTC teams, we created a curriculum for and taught neurodivergent students coding throughout the high school, Taught annual robotics webinar with 50+ attendees totaling around 125)
  2. Worked with a non-profit created by friends during the summer to create a coding curriculum currently used in 11 countries and personally taught 50 children in the Bay Area
  3. Social Media Manager for the 2020 Town Mayoral Campaign (sole manager of the campaign social media page, town of 240,000+ residents, gained 25.2% of all votes against current mayor who was rerunning, represented an openly gay mid-20’s candidate)
  4. DECA (started through DECA program at middle school, finally completed requirements to compete and started competing sophomore year, was unable to attend states that year due to family matters)
  5. Co-Owner of a business (valued at 30 million, CRN 250 Fastest growing business, Family Business my dad started in 2016 with my uncles, did a full brand image change for them and redid the wireframe for our entire website which is currently being developed, traveled across the country to participate in conferences discussing deals with possible clients including federal, was given partial ownership for my contributions)
  6. Entrepreneurship Competitions (Competed in the Diamond Challenge (2021) and the Conrad Challenge (2021) as a freshman, Competed in the Blue Ocean Competition (2022 and 2023))
  7. Co-Founder and Vice-President of Marketing at Medical Club at school (Advertised the club from having only 4 members to having over 150 at our introductory meeting with a current membership of 60+, educate students on various medical career paths while providing experience opportunities, Members can participate in workshops, labs, discussions, research and shadowing opportunities, guest lectures, and internships, Strategically designed social media posts to increase participation by 300%, Communicate with professionals in the medical field to create opportunities for members to witness the medical field)
  8. Consulting (worked with an internationally acclaimed business on video editing, content creation, blog writing, marketing, advertising, networking, and expanding their community by over 60%)
  9. Car Club Photographer (Hobbies, Aiding in the planning and documenting of monthly car meets hosted at my school, used to network and meet new people as well as further my knowledge about cars, I want to go into the automotive industry)
  10. 300+ volunteer hours (undocumented but can be documented if necessary
  11. Pwnisher’s “Endless Engines” (Hobby, Competed in a 3D animation competition run by YouTuber Pwnisher, Faced 4,200+ other competitors many of whom do similar 3D animation as a career, Put in over 200 hours across 3 weeks)
**Certifications:” Entrepreneurship, Marketing II, Robotics II (all issued by YouScience)
Schools: UIUC (double major) University of Washington (double major), Carnegie Mellon, Northwestern University, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor (double major), Babson, MIT, Harvard, Stanford, Cal Tech, Georgia Tech, Duke, Colombia, Boston University, Every UC Except Merced and Riverside, CSU Long Beach, SDSU, SJSU
edit: forgot to put schools lmfao
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2023.03.30 06:07 HarryBalsinew So proud seeing my former professor on the news! 🥹

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2023.03.30 06:05 cestlavie88 166 days, health update, blood work, don’t give up!

So, October 14th 2022 I walked away from drinking. I am the proud owner of not 1 but 2 DUII’s (probably deserve 50 DUIIs), a brief stay in county jail, countless brutal screaming matches with my husband, I’ve thrown and broken things, and done lots of damage to my relationships. My husband is also an alcoholic and quit the same time.
Just turned 36. I’m a high functioning alcoholic. I own my own business I founded back in 2017. Partied the whole way up. It’s funny how as long as you’re working and making good money how people act like you don’t have a problem. The whole corporate, real estate, financial industries absolutely bask in celebrating functional alcoholism. Corporate retreat? DRINKS! Promotion? DRINKS! Closed a huge deal? Signed a new client? Established a new business partnership…? DRRRRRIIIIIINNNKKKKKSSS! Lol. Drinking is always the answer.
I learned how to drink rubbing elbows with my higher ups. When I got my first DUII ten years ago my former mentor said “who cares, welcome to the club”. This from a man who used to run Marriott.
Anyway, regardless. Alcohol is my demon. It nearly dismantled my marriage. In fact I’m still walking through an extremely difficult part of my marriage because of something awful that happened while my husband and I were at our lowest. Not on my end but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t play a part. And it’s been part of the catalyst that ended mine and my husbands drinking career. So in a way I’m grateful.
We drank a LOT. 5 nights a week at least. Sometimes starting at 1 or 2. Sometimes even earlier and finishing by 5… passing out. I drank heavily for 7 years. I was a beer woman. IPAs like a stereotypical Oregon hipster. Then I moved onto whiskey for a season. Always Jameson. Then that got too syrupy to me so I finished with grey goose. Sometimes I’d mix grey goose with white claw. Road sodas and that.
Got used to living in a permanent state of either hungover or inebriation. Only taking breaks when I was so bloated drinking didn’t sound good. So I HAD to take a break. I thought it was normal to sleep like shit. Maybe copping 4-5 hours a night. No REM sleep ever. Sex with my husband was sloppy drunk BS. Often I’d end up puking. Hanging my head in my toilet like “yep…this is normal, just gotta puke so I can rally”. Pass out. Wake up gagging. Coughing and gagging while I choked down the first 4 cigarettes. Just so I could repeat it all again. I’ve gained 100 lbs too. Eating like shit and drinking too much. Skipping meals so I didn’t ruin my buzz just so I could ferociously yogi bear my kitchen at 3am looking for ramen. I can’t believe how long I lived like that.
LOL, and the ANXIETY. Through the roof. Could hardly go grocery shopping without a buzz unless it was 6am. I was convinced I had agoraphobia. And extreme anxiety. Nah. Turns out when you’re in active addiction and HEAVY denial you just miss that you’re not really mentally ill. You’re just a junkie for booze. Which I was. That and gambling and cigarettes. Those three were my gods.
Anyway. Flash forward to December last year. I had already quit drinking in October but I’m December I got RSV and it turned into pneumonia. So on December 7th I peaced out cigarettes for good.
Started working out in January. Every day.
Now I sleep 8-9.5 hours a night. Sometimes I don’t even wake up to go to the bathroom. Just glorious on my belly mouth open fan on comfortable EPIC snooze fests every night. I take vitamins every day. I mediate. I sit sauna. I read. I paint. I play music. My brain is awake. I’m back. The woman I thought died long ago, she’s in there. My thirst for adventure is insatiable. I’ve lost 30 lbs so far too.
I used to go backpacking and hiking a lot. I used to love to be in the forest. I fought fires structural and wildland. I never thought I’d hike again because I’d gained so much weight and I smoked so much I couldn’t breathe. I’m hiking 5 miles almost every day. When I can’t I jump on my treadmill. I’m feasting on life. I used to feast on slow suicide.
Finally bucked up and went to the doctor this month. The pain in my side came back. The pain I convinced myself was pancreatic cancer and liver failure…. And definitely liver cancer all at the same time. It was back and it made no sense because I quit drinking already. I should be healed. So I said “fuck it” and made my appt. Got an all my blood work done. Got a pap (cause you know I also was certain I had cervical cancer bc I was a heavy smoker). Got an ultra sound and x rays on my side.
My liver enzymes are normal. My blood work is flawless. My side hurts because I have a gallbladder polyp that is exacerbated by fatty foods. My cholesterol is good. Blood pressure is good. My pap and all that was good.
I remember drinking thinking fuck it, I’ve probably already done all the damage. I haven’t. It’s worth quitting and living. Not thinking like that anymore. Now I am caring for my body! Now I am getting healthy and coming back to life. I’m not suffering from anxiety anymore. My body is healing and every day I get stronger. My marriage. God. My marriage is growing in ways I never imagined. I’m falling in love with a man I am just getting to know.
It’s been a crazy ride. I’m almost to six months. Please hang in there!!!! I love you!
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2023.03.30 06:02 dang_dude_dont Nice Shot.

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2023.03.30 05:37 ivychen00 Sportfishing Boats Market Market Size, Share, Development by 2023

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Bertram Yachts
Bluewater Sportfishing Boats
Boston Whaler
Contender Boats
Crevalle Boats
Everglades Boats
Grady-White Boats
Hydrasports Custom Boats, LLC
Invincible Boats
Lund Boat Company
Mikelson Yachts
Regulator Marine
Scout Boats
Stanley Aluminum Boats
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Thresher Boats
Tiara Yachts
Viking Yachts
Hatteras Yachts
Merritt Boat Works
Spencer Yachts
Rybovich Boat Company
Jarrett Bay Boatworks
Gamefisherman Yachts
Weaver Boatworks
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2023.03.30 05:14 ThrowAway7s2 The "off the cuff" column on February 8, 1972 included a remark about abortion which was countered by two letter writers to the Door County Advocate

These are courtesy of the Door County Library's Newspaper Archive.
The Pack drafted a guy 6 ft. tall and 290 lb. Must be a "wide" receiver.

Stolen: With television when the advertising comes on everybody runs to the bathroom. With newspapers you can take the advertising with you.

Peter Jung says his granddaughter read 'Walden" Thoreauly.

If Don Sidney ever loses a finger he'll have to move to Channel 4.

Some people who argue against abortion approve of capital punishment. Figure that one out. We is life.

Will the big, young age bloc trust each other when they're all over 30?

[These were the only two letters I found that responded to Chan Harris. Eunice Alen was married to Irving Allen; she was born in Ellison Bay and married him on October 10, 1953 at Sturgeon Bay Baptist Church, now First Baptist Church-Sturgeon Bay. Balsam Lake is near the Twin Cities. The letter's heading was chosen by the Advocate and was prejudicial against her along religious/political lines, so the editor for the Advocate must have disagreed. Had the editor agreed, he could have titled it "Justice" instead.
Lester W. Pfister was a WWII vet who lived in Sturgeon Bay. His closing remark about "people who study World History" could relate in some way to his service.]
February 25, 1972
I cannot let your statement in a recent Advocate go un­challenged. I find no difficulty in understanding why people who argue against abortion would approve of capital punishment.
Life is life at any age. Life is man's most precious possession and cannot be restored once it has been taken. Justice demands a penalty to fit the crime. A person who deliberately destroys another person's life deserves to die.
My only authority is the Word of God and God demands justice and righteousness. Read the 20th chapter of Exodus and the 20th chapter of Leviticus, using "The Living Bible" paraphrase for clarity, and you will find many candidates for capital punish­ment. To list a few: "Anyone who kills a man shall be put to death," "Anyone who curses his parents shall be put to death." If a man commits adultery with another man's wife, both shall be put to death. The penalty for homosexual acts is death to both parties (our society wants to condone their behaviour). The Bible says they have brought it upon themselves.
Nothing specific is said about abortion in Scripture. Perhaps it was not a problem at that time. If God's laws were obeyed would it be a problem now? How foolish for people to think that an act legalized by human courts would be approved by God.
Jesus said, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul and with all thy mind... Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. The whole of the Law...depends on these two commandments." One who loves God and his neighbor will not steal, will not kill and will not commit adultery.
John said in his Epistle, "It is only when we obey God's laws that we can be quite sure that we really know him. The man who claims to know God but does not obey his laws is not only a liar but lives in self-delusion. Obedience is the test of whether we really live "in God" or not."
If God would demand a death penalty for the murderer, the adulterer and the homosexual what do you think the penalty would be for the abortionist or the woman who wants the life within her destroyed? The fact is "she brought it upon herself."
MRS. IRVIN ALEN Balsam Lake, Wis.
March 9, 1972
There is a big difference in the thinking of liberals and con­servatives. In your Off the Cuff column you stated that life is life and to a large extent it is true but There is a world of difference between abortion and capital punishment. Abortion is the taking of an innocent life while capital punishment is the removal from society not of human beings but of vicious animals who have forfeited the right to life.
Every murderer should be executed within one year of the day of conviction not to punish them but to remove them from society so that other innocent people will be safe. In movies, stories and in songs we have always glorified the gunslinger and ignored the peace officer and law abiding citizen and in this century we are only harvesting the foolishness we have been sowing for years.
A democracy can only survive if nearly all of its people exercise self control and self discipline and when these have become a thing of the past among too many people of a nation then you can be sure that such a nation will soon be controlled by a dictator.
It has happened to several nations in this century and it will happen to us if we do not wake up and begin to punish criminals instead of coddling them for any government that can not control or will not control its criminals is on its way out. It will be replaced by a government that will control its people. One has only to look at Russia to see that this is true. This is why the Red government will survive when democracy will be only a memory.
I often wonder about people who study World History. They are well educated and have spent so many hours of their time studying it but have learned so little from it.
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2023.03.30 04:55 No-Prize-9343 RealPage Rent Price-Fixing Scheme – Nationwide
Do you or did you since 2016 rent an apartment maintained by a major property management company?
Attorneys are representing renters in a lawsuit fighting a scheme that artificially inflated apartment rental rates.
CASE STATUS Active ATTORNEYS Steve W. Berman Breanna Van Engelen Stephanie A. Verdoia PRACTICE AREAS Antitrust Litigation Consumer Rights COURT U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington CASE NUMBER 2:22-cv-01712 DEFENDANT(S) RealPage, Inc. See below for list of additional defendants FILE DATE 12/02/2022 PHONE 1-888-381-2889 EMAIL [email protected] RELATED DOCUMENTS
Complaint 12/02/22
Hagens Berman has filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of renters who have been harmed by a scheme perpetrated by some of the largest residential real estate companies. The lawsuit states these leasing companies colluded to artificially increase the price of rent, basing leases above competitive levels. In this scheme, renters lose, and leases are adjusted to rates beyond what a free market would bear. We believe in upholding tenants’ rights.
HOW DO I KNOW IF I’M AFFECTED? The residential real estate companies under investigation maintain properties across the U.S. If your apartment is maintained by one of the following companies, or another large property management company, fill out the form to find out your rights »
Companies under investigation: AvalonBay Communities Avenue5 Residential BH Management Services Bozzuto Management Camden Property CONAM Management Cortland Partners Cushman & Wakefield CWS Apartment Homes Equity Residential Essex Property Trust FPI Management Greystar Real Estate Partners Highmark Residential Irvine Company Lincoln Property Mid-America Apartment Communities Mission Rock Residential Morgan Group Morgan Properties Prometheus Real Estate Group RPM Living Sares Regis Group Operating Security Properties Thrive Communities Management UDR ZRS Management Other
YOUR TENANT RIGHTS Your rights as a renter include a fair price for your apartment, and we believe these companies have violated federal laws in artificially raising the price of rent. You may have rights under antitrust laws to compensation for your losses due to this scheme.
RENTAL PRICE SCHEME EXPLAINED Our legal team believes that beginning in 2016, these leasing giants began to work together to increase lease prices for renters. Instead of using an independent pricing metric and supply decisions, they agreed to use a third-party pricing and data collection service, RealPage, to make unit-specific lease adjustments. RealPage also allows participating lessors to coordinate supply levels to avoid price competition. They made these changes in lockstep, forcing leases higher in a scheme designed to imprison renters.
HOW CAN A CLASS ACTION HELP? Through a class-action lawsuit, individual renters can collectively bring claims against large corporations who would otherwise have the upper hand. A class-action lawsuit seeks to level the playing field, bringing strength to collective action to change corrupt practices. Though these measures do not bring immediate relief, they are a time-tested method of holding companies accountable for wrongdoing.
NATIONAL LAW FIRM Hagens Berman is home to some of the most well-respected and successful lawyers representing plaintiffs in class actions, and the firm has achieved $325 billion in settlements since its founding in 1993. The firm has taken on major institutions for fraudulent billing and predatory behavior, including in the mortgage market, in Big Tech, and against utility companies, product manufacturers and other negligent parties. Your claim will be handled by attorneys experienced in this area of law.
NO COST TO YOU There is no cost or fee whatsoever involved in joining this case. In the event Hagens Berman or any other firm obtains a settlement that provides benefits to class members, the court will decide a reasonable fee to be awarded to the legal team. In no case will any class member ever be asked to pay any out-of-pocket sum.
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This is long overdue, but here we go.
TLDR: You don’t need strong business extracurriculars to get into Wharton, which is arguably the number one business school in the world. Do what you love. And yes, I am aware that this is doxxing myself… Oh, well… Free publicity, I guess? I am also willing to share my essays on a case-by-case basis, so feel free to reach out.
Intended Major(s): Huntsman Program (Business at Wharton + International Studies at the College)
Standardized Testing
  1. Swim, Team Captain and Swimmer, Club Advanced Level and High School Varsity Swim Team 2x State Championship Finalist; Made daily workouts and coached newer swimmers; Speedo Sectionals Qualifier; Attended practices 2x/day, 6 days/week
  2. Climate Data Science Intern, FSU Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies Published paper exploring novel climate prediction technique; Instructed a graduate-level Python lecture series; Identified anomalies in NASA datasets
  3. Delegate, Florida American Legion Boys State Elected Chairman of Nationalist Party (Top 1/218); Boys Nation Nominee (Top 6/436); Devised party platform; Conducted primary elections and hype-rally
  4. Commissioner's Summer Youth Intern (Paid Position), County Commissioner’s Office Research on homelessness presented at County Board; Briefed Commissioner before meetings with clients; Reported district-wide concerns, drafted solutions
  5. Executive Board Member and Delegate, Model United Nations Club - Organized national conference with FSU; Taught position paper, parliamentary procedure, and resolution writing workshops; 6 National Awards
  6. Founder and President, Speech & Debate Club - 2x County Debate Tournament Director; Coached Lincoln-Douglas and Public Forum to members (50% NSDA/NCFL Qualification); Prepared weekly lectures
  7. President and Captain, Quiz/Brain Bowl Club - 4x NAQT Championships Qualifier (2x Playoffs Qualifier); County Quiz Tournament Director; Made Team Study Packets for 15 topics (300+ Pages)
  8. Competitor and Official Test Writer, Mu Alpha Theta Club - Wrote tests for and organized annual statewide competition (1,000+ competitors); Coached 10 students (3 state, 1 national champion); Won 30+ awards
  9. Self-Taught American Sign Language (ASL), American Sign Language University (Online Course) Studied ASL 1+2; Exploring non-verbal communication altered my perspective; Motive was to communicate with deaf friends; Currently taking ASL 3+4
  10. Motivational Speaker and Content Creator - Made 6 videos on teenage physical health and mental well-being during COVID-19; Reached 7,500+ viewers without publicity; Learned filming and editing
  1. Recognized by the UN and Australian Govt. (InternationalMUN Director of Public Relations/Outreach)
  2. Best/Outstanding Delegate (PMUNC2021, GTMUN2021, GatorMUNXIX, KnightMUNXX, TSMUN24 and 25)
  3. AIME Qualifier (Top 5% of AMC 12) and 1st Place History of Math (2021 MAO National Convention)
  4. Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship Startup Pitch Competition (1st Place in Florida)
  5. Bob & Gail Knight Scholarship (Top 2/436 on Boys State Government, Law, and History of Florida Exam)
Letters of Recommendation
I read both of my teacher recommendations. Honestly, these were amazing and I couldn’t be more grateful. In length, they were nothing crazy (600 - 700), but in terms of content, they were completely personalized. Other than the advice that y’all have probably seen everywhere about teachers including unique anecdotes and tying these back into how your character traits will benefit the school in question, I was lucky enough to have my teachers do something especially special for me. It is not very often that you notice teachers including comparisons in their letters of recommendation. Phrases like, “the best in my class,” “the top student,” “one of my favorites,” “most enjoyable to write for,” and “will be one of the few that go on to the big stage” are phrases that exemplify how strongly a teacher advocates for you. These phrases can be deal-breakers, as the letter of recommendation is the only component that allows for someone other than you to speak on your behalf. Regarding my counselor recommendation, unfortunately, I do not have access to it, but I am probably one of the closest students to him in my class. He also happens to be the IB Coordinator and the Quiz Bowl Sponsor.
This was super enjoyable and probably my favorite part of the entire process. Although Penn claims that this interview is more-so for you to ask questions and to get to know the school, my interviewer practically guaranteed that she would write a stellar report. Out of the 90 minutes that we spoke for, only 30 were actually devoted to her asking me questions. The remaining 60 minutes were just us talking about… Life? It got to the point where she taught me how to make croque monsieur (it’s basically a French grilled cheese). I actually lost my note sheet, as my interview was back in November, but if I remember correctly, the following were the questions (the part that y’all readers probably care about) asked: “Introduce yourself by telling me three things about yourself,” “Tell me about your favorite extracurricular activity and its impact on your life,” “Tell me about what inspired you to want to study business at Penn, and specifically at Wharton,” and “Tell me about why you want to be a part of the Huntsman Program and why you chose the target language that you chose.” It’s important to note that while these do appear to only be 4 questions, the interview is supposed to be conversational, so many follow-up questions were asked in between.
Especially for someone of my demographic, I haven’t experienced many of the shared struggles or common experiences that most speak of in their essays. With that being said, I believe that I have also experienced many things that others of my background have not, so that probably made my essays a bit more unique. Without revealing too much, my personal statement was about how I combined my own struggles and attachment to the community to engage in three unorthodox activities. My supplements went into depth regarding these three activities. I’d say that this was a very risky strategy, considering that if one of the essays didn’t really hit home with the readers, the rest would also fall flat. Luckily, this was successful. One thing that I would definitely suggest to applicants in general, especially for Penn, is to look at a school’s mission statement and “values” (just Google *school name* “values”) and ensure that all of your essays showcase at least three of those values and make it a prominent theme throughout them. Additionally, take advantage of the UStrive Platform. Trust me, I haven’t been paid to advertise or anything like that, but it was a life-saver. College consultants can charge thousands of dollars, but with UStrive, if you choose the right mentor, you can get an even better experience completely free of charge.
Decisions (indicate ED/EA/REA/SCEA/RD)
Additional Information:
Honors 1: Led team of 5 individuals from Chile, India, Nigeria, Norway, and Singapore, and conducted Instagram, Facebook, and cold-emailing publicity campaigns to promote the annual conference; Created MUN discussion Discord server that now has 1,000+ active members; Doubled conference turnout and extended reach to Australia; Managed monthly subscription-based MUN resource network; Received $1,000 grant from UN and Australian Govt. to continue work and make free MUN courses for underprivileged children in rural areas
Honors 4: One-week Summer Program hosted by Florida State University; Familiarized myself with lean business canvas, retail marketing, and STEM entrepreneurship; Pitched for custom prosthetics company called FuseIt; Responsible for data analytics, customer acquisition, and innovating revenue streams; Engaged in corporate philanthropy (30% of profits back to community)
Activity 1: (i) Main events are 50-yard, 100-yard, and 200-yard freestyle, but I also swim 50-yard and 100-yard butterfly. Relay events are 200-yard medley (anchor leg) and 200-yard freestyle (anchor leg).
(ii) School Representative at 2022 Leon County Scholar-Athlete of the Year, 2x Coach’s Award, 2x Highest Points Overall
Activity 2: (i) Paper Title - “The Regional Diagnosis of Onset and Demise of the Rainy Season over Tropical and Subtropical Australia”
(ii) Journal Title - "Earth Interactions" (American Meteorological Society)
Activity 3: (i) “Nationalist” Party is not indicative of any partisan or extremist views (it can be interpreted this way nowadays), as the 436 delegates are randomly split into 2 separate parties (“Nationalists” and “Federalists” were chosen to avoid labeling of Democrats and Republicans)
(ii) Delivered annual Boys State “Americanism” Speech in front of Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida and Mayor John Dailey of Tallahassee
Activity 4: Research Briefing Title - “Characterizing the Prominent Causes and Effects of Homelessness in Leon County and Exploring Potential Public Policy Solutions”
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2023.03.30 03:44 Nearby-Complaint Lake Mead John Doe Identified As Drowning Victim
Abigail Adams
Skeletal remains found in Nevada's Lake Mead last year have been identified as a Las Vegas man who drowned nearly five decades ago.
The Clark County Office of the CoroneMedical Examiner said the remains belong to 39-year-old Donald Smith, who was reported missing in April 1974, according to the Associated Press and The Guardian.
Smith vanished in the Colorado River reservoir behind Hoover Dam, the Coroner's office said, per the AP.
A diver discovered the remains on Oct. 17, 2022, in Lake Mead's Callville Bay, according to CNN and FOX affiliate KVVU-TV.
Smith's remains were identified via DNA analysis, per the reports. Officials said his death was accidental.
The Clark County Office of the CoroneMedical Examiner did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.
At least six sets of remains, including Smith's, have been found in Lake Mead since May 2022, according to CNN and The Guardian. The remains began appearing as the lake dried up amid the recent drought.
Officials have also identified the remains of 42-year-old Thomas Erndt, who reportedly drowned in 2002, per the AP and The Guardian. His remains were found on May 7, 2022.
Additional remains were discovered on July 25, Aug. 6, and Aug. 16 of the same year, according to KVVU-TV. The remains, which were found near Boulder Beach, have not been identified.
On May 1, a body with a gunshot wound was found inside a barrel, according to CNN. The victim has not been identified.
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We had several City Council meetings in March, including the start of our budget work sessions. Below is a summary of noteworthy actions:
  1. We approved funding for a non-sworn social work supervisor and three additional social worker positions for the Raleigh Police Department ACORNS team. The ACORNS (Addressing Crises through Outreach, Referrals, Networking, and Service) team has been tasked to connect with individuals in crisis and provide them with the resources. The team utilizes a “care and safety first, enforcement last” approach.
  2. We approved a rezoning request for the Char-Grill site downtown. The owners of Char-Grill sold the land for development and were in support of the rezoning request. The sale was intended to provide for the long-term financial stability of the company and their family. Char-Grill will remain on site, in operation throughout the permitting and planning phases of the new development, and when construction is finished, Char-Grill will be the first tenant in the new building. The rezoning also provided for the relocation of a historical house located on the property.
  3. We had a work session discussion about the future of fare free transit in Raleigh, and other transit strategies. Raleigh buses have been far free since March 2020. Presently, the loss of fare revenue is being supplemented by COVID-related funds, but those funds will extinguish within the next year. During the work session, we learned that there are many benefits associated with fare free transit, including reducing barriers to transit use and increased ridership, decreasing disputes over fare collection, and enhanced operational efficiencies of the buses. We also learned about some challenges associated with fare free transit, specifically a high number of non-destination riders seeking shelter on the buses.
For me, the biggest take away from the staff presentation was learning that 82% of our transit users make less than $35k per year. Accessibility and equity is the biggest benefit of transit remaining fare free. Over the next few months, I look forward to working with my colleagues on City Council and staff on a plan for moving forward that, I hope, will keep our buses fare free, while also addressing any funding gaps, increasing service, and addressing some rider and transit operator safety issues. Stay tuned for more information on this issue.
  1. We received an update on our zoning changes to allow different types of housing in more places. In 2021 and 2022, the City Council took some big strides to eliminate exclusionary zoning laws and to allow ADUs (accessory dwelling units) citywide, and to allow construction of -plexes, tiny homes, and townhouses in more places in the city. These changes are in line with national trends, including guidance from the Democratic President, Joe Biden. In fact, the Biden administration is awarding grants to cities and towns who make these changes. However, like any change, there have been some members of the community who are upset or confused, so staff initiated a series of informative meeting which took place across the city (and virtually) the past several months. You can review the entire report and presentation here.
My big takeaways were, nearly everyone in the city agrees housing affordability is a major issue, if not the major issue, we just don't all agree on how to fix it. And most of the residents who provided feedback are older, white homeowners; 80% of respondents were over the age of 45, while 60% of our city is under the age of 45; 80% of the respondents were homeowners, while 48% of the residents in our city are non-homeowners.
We need to be hearing from more voices and lived experiences on these issues. Most of the people we hear from already have theirs; these decisions impact those trying to settle down, own a home, or find somewhere to live. It's about the future of Raleigh. Please join the conversation.
  1. We received an update on Bus Rapid Transit. Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is essentially "light rail on wheels." The buses are specialized, connected vehicles which run in mostly dedicated lanes, with enhanced, elevated stations, and signal priority. In 2016, voters approved the Wake County Transit Plan which calls for construction of 4 BRT routes, radiating from downtown Raleigh. The New Bern Avenue (east) route is scheduled to begin construction this year. The Southern route to Garner just received a supportive rating from the federal government and is recommended for funding in the president's FY24 budget. The Western route to downtown Cary is in the early planning stages, and will have stops at Dix Park, NC State, Fenton, and the WakeMed Soccer Park. The Northern route will run to either midtown or Triangle Town Center, or both; that route is still being studied and construction is scheduled for completion last.
Our next City Council meetings are Tuesday, April 4, 2023 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Dreamville Music Festival is this weekend, and there will be several free, associated events downtown. It'll be a great weekend and get out and have some fun. I hope to see you around.
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2023.03.30 03:11 campbellpics Conundrum.

Hoping I can make this clear but it's a little elaborate...
I work for a (very large) food manufacturer in the UK. We have a large processing factory, and a warehouse where the finished goods are palletised and stored/sent out to stores. I've been working in the warehouse for a number of years now, and although it's always kind of casually been regarded as being "separate" from the factory we all have the same contracts. i.e. although I work on the warehouse/distribution side as an "operator", I have the same contract as operators in the factory. Here's where it gets complex...
We have a separate contractor on the warehouse side who drive the deliver wagons, look after the loading bays, manage the stock control or whatever. For years, they've had a small number of employees in the warehouse who work for the main manufacturer, operating the palletising systems and liaising with the factory about product changeovers and any issues etc etc.
Last March, we were put on notice that the contractor was taking on our roles, and we'd be moved back to the factory. There was ten of us, and they let ten people from the factory go on EVR to make way for us coming back. This was via a "consultation period" beginning in March 2022, and we were told we had to train these new contract staff up within 3 months and we'd be out of there at the end of May (2022) for the contractors taking over.
However, the job is much more complex than the factory management thought. It took me about 2yrs to learn this job before I felt comfortable. The guys taking over from us all held really menial jobs like pallet stacking, basic FLT duties etc. Some of them are 60+ with acute medical issues, and it's a really physical job, and they're really struggling with the role. But they've been told it's this or nothing. It's a shitshow.
Whatever. They kept extending the pull-out date for us because the new people couldn't do it. That May pull-out day got extended to August. Then September. Then Christmas. Then January etc. The new company are still struggling to the extent we've recently been told we'll need to support them for at least another year.
They're paying half the pay we earn and have a high turnover of staff, so there's a constant revolving door of new staff that need training from scratch again.
We're constantly being sent back from the factory to sort out their issues when they fuck up again, and I'm just wondering about the legality of it all now. It's an absolute nightmare because I'll get called across when the shit has really hit the fan, and I'll spend the last part of my 12hr shift undoing their mistakes without a break.
Is this legal? Can they sell out my job to a third party contractor and still send me back randomly when they can't manage?
Help! 🤯😂
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2023.03.30 02:34 Ayellowbeard Tried for months in 2022 to buy a 2DS XL/3DSXL locally but couldn't find one I could afford. Then I tried eBay in Feb only for the seller to cancel, then Mercari cancelled my order early March, now this on Etsy! I missed out on eShop offerings and am starting to think I'm not meant to have a NDS!

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