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“Plagiarism” – The Latest Blues in American Politics

When we as academic writers start writing term papers, the occasional fear is not to conduct plagiarism. Not only this is an offense, but surely this raises a question on our credibility as an academic writing service. Life turns upside-down if a researcher fails to prove his share of originality related to the content. That is exactly what Melania Trump has been facing these days. Whether it is just another intentional publicity stunt from Trump’s team or not we are not sure but at least we still have “Trump-ing talks” going on. Whatever be the idea let us check out the real reason and perception of the people across the world.

The Melania Trump Woes:

Honestly, the PR activities of Trump’s campaign are something that has so far only awarded the American paparazzi with sheer unadulterated meme-worthy entertainment. With author Shaun King shares his opinion of the circus at the Republican National Convention regarding the exact phrase by phrase, exact word by word, speech delivered by Melania Trump. A clear example of plagiarism from the DNC convention is what the community has seen so far. She almost uttered the same ideas Michelle Obama uttered in 2008. Though some of the tweets have went on stating 93% of the speech stood different from that of the ideas of Michelle Obama, but let us offer the benefit of doubt. Continue reading –>

How Students of MBA can Crush Negative Thinking

Before we begin our advice on how you can master avoiding negativity and achieve success by crushing the hate that weighs you down, here is a quote that we came by, which we think might be useful.

You have the sole power over your mind but not on your outside environment or events. The sooner you realize this, the sooner you will find strength.

– Marcus Aurelius

We are always overly critical on our own shortcomings and mistakes more than of others. The only thing common among humans is that we are all perfectly imperfect. Students often find themselves crippled with negativity and hate. MBA degree courses are getting harder every year along with other academic fields where a lot of information is cramped into a narrow span of time. So, a bad score or some harsh words of criticism or simple peer pressure can leave you pulled down with a sense of self-doubt. So, here are a few tips that will help you counteract negativity and rediscover your grit of genius.

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Getting Part Time Jobs in University Campuses While Pursuing An MBA

If you are pursuing an MBA degree in USA, then an on-campus job may be the best one to grab on to while in college. But you might be wondering “how do I get an on campus job?” this is a common question especially among foreign students who have tight budgetary constraints and seek some external source of income for financial stability. With an on campus job you not only get some cash to pay for your expenses but can also save for paying your tuition fee.

Here is how you can get an on campus job while you are at college

 Your resume for applying to an on campus job

This is the most important aspect when it comes to applying for on campus jobs. Regardless of what your background may be a resume is a must. Presumably if you are studying in a university then you are probably doing a Master’s course, so, simply list out your Bachelor’s degree with the GPA and the projects you have worked on. If you did do some works then list that out under work experience. The key here is to highlight your student involvement. Focusing on customer skills would be a prudent practice when it comes to on campus jobs. Make sure you list out your achievements like the awards you have won.

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