By Nathan Reyes
The Great Depression
The Great Depression(1929-39) began after the stock market crashed. President Franklin D. Roosevelt helped lesson the worst effects of The Great Depression in the 1930s. At the same time, stock prices continued to rise. On October 24, 1929, the stock market bubble finally burst, as investors began dumping shares.
Colleges in the 1930's
Colorado State University in the 1930's was affected by the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl. Student-sought changes also came about in the 1930's.The school became the Colorado State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, or Colorado A&M in 1935.In the 1930s, the tuition was $310 for three years. Plus clothing which was $70, gas and oil was $110.
Stan's Apology Letter
Dear Mr. Stroheim
I am terribly sorry for doing what I done to you. I did not mean to sweep dirt on to your shoes. And I should have taken the blame instead of blaming it on Andrew.
Well I was hoping that you can maybe give me a second chance and hire me back. I know what I did was wrong but, I am a good and hard worker. I have always treated everyone especially you with respect. I will do anything to get my job back Mr. Stroheim. You do not have to give me the raise I asked for due to what i did.
Then again, I should have just maned up and taken the action for my own doings and actions. This is the first and last time that I treat you without respect. I am terrible sorry Mr. Stroheim.
The Broadway show "Lion King" was first performed in July 8, 1997. The tickets for this showing start at a low price of $104.00 to a high price of $227.00. the lion king opened in Broadway in 1997. The Lion King is the second longest running show in Broadway history.The Lion King has been produced in various other countries, including England, Japan, Canada, Australia, and South Africa.