How much time does it take to change history? In the case of one man named Jesse Owens, it only takes 45 minutes to change history. Jesse Owens is an African American track star who ran for Ohio State University then later the U.S. Olympic Team. He had what’s considered the most impressive athletic achievement since 1850 where he broke 3 world records (in long jump, 200 yard sprint, and low hurdles) and tied the world record for 100 yard sprint in the Big Ten track meet in Ann Arbor, Michigan (Thomas
2001, followed by Roland Garros in 2006, and Wimbledon in 2007 (Popovich). One woman who fought for these modern-day prize money changes was Serena Williams. Williams has fought for women’s equality and served to be an inspiring role model for many African Americans and young females. “I was a 19-year-old focused on winning and being the best I could be, both for me and for the kids who looked up to me” (Williams). Williams currently has twenty-three grand slam tournament wins and she is considered
the roles of the college administrators and how they contributed to the issue of substance abuse. Their job is to inform students about the danger of substance abuse and also to regulate underage drinking in a way that won't cause students to lash out. College administrators also took a survey agreeing that 40% of crimes had alcohol involved. The third part of this article discusses the environmental mediators. Many college students that would get involved in the Greek system or the athletics also
let alone social entertainment such as comic books. In my opinion, comic books was an area of American literature that was untouched when addressing serious issues of racial and ethnic diversity, and it’s super-hero characters were represented by one race, and considered popular entertainment for one dominate class of people prior to the 1960’s (comicbookdb). However, without intergrading African American super-heroes into
DEFINING AND UNDERSTANDING HOPE Hope is defined as cherishing a desired anticipation, to want something to occur with the expectations of obtainment. Humans have a natural sense of hope to survive; hope is often what dreams are fed on and it gets us through tough times. In order to get through rough patches in life, some people tend to create false hope (gamble) or deceive themselves about reality just to keep going (Spirt Home, 2017). Hope allows us to live in the expectation of what might be
members were authorize to act in “loco parentis” (e.g., Latin for in place of a parent). They “were not only charged with achieving the academic mission of their college but also expected to manage the seemingly inconsequential at the time social, athletic, and co-curricular lives of students” (Schuh, Jones, Harper, and Associates, 2011, p. 61).