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Who Am I?
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Who am I? I am Kingitoni. I am a student in High school. I am Christian. I was born in February 8 2003. I am from East Palo Alto, I lived there for 10 years.  Then moved to Sacramento in 2012. I live in a house with my mom, dad, ... (more »)
My Life
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Albert Einstein once wrote “Learn from yesterday, Live for today, Hope for tomorrow”. Im Jesus Meza an athlete and a high school student.  With both sports and school I emphasize practice. Sports matter to me because I grew up... (more »)
A Letter to College
By , State College, PA
Dear Mr. College,   I would very much like to attend your school despite my non-existent 4.0 gpa and below average SAT scores. Sorry, but I am not a straight A student nor a nationally recognized award winner nor a nobel peace prize... (more »)
Commuting to College This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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This past Thursday, August 24,2017, I was supposed to be moving into my college dorm in Rhode Island. The car was loaded with bedding, decorations and clothing, ready to depart for my next chapter. However, I couldn’t get in the car and... (more »)
Why Do People Hire Editors?
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Lots of people use editing services, through their education, in their private life and at work. Sometimes it is because the person writing needs a helping hand on a certain editorial problem . Other time is it because the writer does not know... (more »)
Freemasonry & Religion?
By , Los Angeles, CA
Prevalent notion is that Freemasonry is not a religion, nor is it a supersession for religion, it is a brotherhood. However, one organization in the U.S. transmuted all that.   They call themselves the Sinagogue of Satan. Founded... (more »)
Civil Engineering
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Water, snow, ice, mud, and wind are just some of the elements that affect buildings. Not all countries and states have the same climate, many have different natural disasters happening. Some of these natural disasters are strong and tear down... (more »)
American Crisis:The Opioid Epidemic
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Since the ancient times, opioids have been popular due to their usage to reduce pain in people. Today, opioids are popular for a different reason, they are known due to the enormous opioid addiction crisis ravaging through America. This problem... (more »)
Why We Have Eyes
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The human eye views the world at a rate of 60 frames per second, which is why car tires sometimes appear to be spinning backwards; the rate of rotation aligns with the frames per second that our eyes process. As one of the most complex parts of... (more »)
College Search, Stress Free!
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College Search, Stress Free! -First, start by taking a deep breath and realize that you’re truly not good enough to get into the college of your dreams.  -Next, google the farthest place away from your home, and talk to your parents about... (more »)
Miracle
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What is truth? What is reality? What does it mean to believe? The story I am about to share is one that most people won’t believe. This occurrence can’t be explained by scientists and is thought by most as an impossibility. A rare... (more »)
Be Heard This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Lauren. Her eyes gleamed as she talked about her passions and dreams. The smile she wore on her face was contagious. She spoke with a soft voice that was too delicate to interrupt. I could tell her heart was pure. In college, innocence is a... (more »)
The Importance of Failure
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I can relate to Bella M. when she wrote about failing in her article The Importance of Failure. Bella said"..I failed one of my classes sophomore year." In her article. And I can relate to the author here because I also experienced... (more »)
Dear Harvard
By , Lantana, TX
 Dear Harvard,   Please understand when getting this letter that the intention is not a rude one, just an informitory one. A vast number of people apply to your school every year with the intentions of following their dreams. What they... (more »)
To the Girl I Used To Be This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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My philosophy professor has a thing for quotes. Walk into her office, and you’ll find yourself overwhelmed by words inscribed on her desk, walls, and mugs. She believes, passionately, in the influence of a phrase, and as a person who... (more »)
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The March of the Lemmings This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Beep, beep, beep, beep – I slam my hand down on my alarm clock for the third time. It is 6:34. My dad has turned the shower on, hoping to guilt me into getting up. I can feel steam drifting under the door and hear the soothing sound of... (more »)
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