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ENG101: College Writing (Habib): Home

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Welcome to the Research Guide for ENG101, College Writing.  Please use this guide to find resources for your research-based essay assignments.  Please contact myself or any BCC Librarian if you have any questions.

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College is Not for Everyone

 

Is College For Everyone?

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A former TV Personality, Mike Rowe, doesn't think so.  He started an organization called MikeRoweWorksFoundation  which promotes working in the Trades.

Another article appeared in Forbes Magazine  "The Equity Problem With Saying 'College Isn't for Everyone'"   This is an opinion piece, a blog, but he has some valid points, plus he uses some great statistics.  This article could be considered a "pre-research" article giving you some ideas on what to look for in other articles.

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Should there be Single-Sex Schools?

 

This article, Of Two Minds, from the Mother Jones in the library database Academic Search Premier discusses the concept and consequences of single-sex education.

Another student opinion article from the New York Times discusses this issue as well, Is Single-Sex Education Still Useful?  Student comments are included.

 

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Accessing BCC Library Resources from Off-Campus

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