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Colgate University 2012 [NOOK Book]

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This insider guide to Colgate University features more than 160 pages of in-depth information on everything from academics and nightlife to housing and the meal plan, including student reviews, rankings across 20 campus life topics, and insider tips from students on campus. Find out what it’s like to be a student at Colgate and see if Colgate is right for you.

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Colgate University 2012

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Overview

This insider guide to Colgate University features more than 160 pages of in-depth information on everything from academics and nightlife to housing and the meal plan, including student reviews, rankings across 20 campus life topics, and insider tips from students on campus. Find out what it’s like to be a student at Colgate and see if Colgate is right for you.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011225635
  • Publisher: College Prowler
  • Publication date: 3/15/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

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Name: Erika Nyamé-Nséké<br>Hometown: Bronx, NY<br>Major: History- Undeclared<br>Fun Fact: Erika has a wicked, rapid-fire sense of humor that causes my friends to fall over from laughing too hard. Or at the very least shake their head and smile.<br>Previous Contributors: Elisa Benson, Desirée Abeleda

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2014

    The History of Kenny

    Godsdamn. Really. Godsdamn. I was born by Poseidon and a Mortal Woman unknown to this day. The womans water broke. "Ahhh!!! Clyde!! Bring me to a hospital!" At the time, Poseidon took a different human form, on the name of Clyde. "Okay, darling! Lets go!" 'Clyde' took the mortal in the streets, then ran her to an alley. "Clyde, what are you doing?!!" She was interupted by a movement from her stomach. "OWWW! Clyde, please!!" Clyde ran into a puddle and they appeared in Poseidons Throne Room on Olympus. Hestia and Apollo waited there. "Finally!!" Hestia rolled her eyes. To the mortal, Poseidons throne room appeared to be an average hospital room. Apollo and Hestia appeared as two average doctors. Apollo set her down on a bed as she screamed. Clyde watched. A couple minutes later, out came a baby boy, the mortal held him close. Clyde smiled. Then Hestia asked, "What will the name be?" She smiled. The mortal turned to Hestia the 'Doctor'. "K-Kenny." She smiled. Clyde held him. Soon after, they left the 'hospital' and to West Hartford, Connecticut.<p>14 Years Later<br>The Mortal mother left a note in Clyde and herse house. She left to go to Salem, Oregon. She never returned. I was now a teenager. My dad was rarely home. He only came during night time, supposivly. I basically lived my own, though food was always stocked once a week. Then, l got a package. "What's this?" I mumbled to myself, opening it. It opened to an Imperial Gold Sword named AquaWave. "What the-" A letter flew to me by a little bird, the bird flew into the skies. I read it. 'Dear Kenny, You must return to the hospital you were born in. The memory still lies in your brain. I know it. You must go there. You better have been paying attention in Greek Mythology Class. Alex, your best friend will guide you there. Quick, go. For time is shortening. Use the sword as protection. Love, Uncle.' I was puzzled. But, l did what the letter informed me to do. Alex and l neared the alley l was sent to the hospital by. Then, Big, Black, Furry Monsters came at us. "Kenny! Step into the puddle!!" Alex took out a dagger, looking between all the monsters. "What?! Why?!" I asked, confused. "JUST DO IT!!!" Alex jabbed a monsters, but it grabbed him by the collar and ate him. I noticed.....his head, had little pointed things on left and right of his head, almost like.....horns? But, l had no time to think. I jumped into a puddle and l appeared in a fluffy cloud, with a Golden Throne. "What the hell......" Then, all of a sudden, a man appeared, dad. "Dad?!" Poseidon nodded. "Yes." I looked around. "What is this?!" Poseidon sighed. "I am the Greek God of the Seas. Poseidon. You. Are the Son of Poseidon." I stood, really confused. "Yeah. I know." Then, Zeus bursted in. "WHO IS THAT?!!" Poseidon stood and looked at his brother, then to his son. "I don't know!!! I found him in here!! I was questioning him!!!" My jaw dropped. "What? What are you talking about?! I am your son!! Are you really gonna sell out like this?!" I clenched my fists, anger filling. "Doesn't matter!! He is good DEAD!!!" Zeus shot his master bolt at me, l flung through the skies. I luckily survived, by crashing in the Pacific Ocean. I found out l needed to head to New York, again, and go to a 'Training Camp '. I soon found out l was there for Camp Half-Blood. I understood why, after what Poseidon told me in his throne room. I made friends, became a hero, and all of that. I soon found from Mr. D that my Greek name was......Colgate.

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