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Zootopia by Katelynn Mcllwain
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Katelynn Mcllwain's review of Disney's latest animated feature, Zootopia, stands out to me for its honest appraisal of the way in which themes from the film are applicable in the 21st century. Zootopia, a film about an aspiring rabbit... (more »)
Review of Their Homeland
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Erica S.’s “Their Homeland” is a piece I feel connected to because my family comes from Russia. After reading it, I reread the title. I loved how it represented how she felt before her trip — impersonal and disconnected... (more »)
Feedback on "Deck the Malls"
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A humorous memoir by Anna Sparks, “Deck the Malls” had me wondering how my Black Friday shopping this year was going to go. We have all seen or heard about the chaos on this day with the dreaded tedious lines and crazy midnight... (more »)
Ballet Barre
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I can relate to " Ballet Barre" by Nathalie C. She has tooken her time to explain her experience towards dance and ballet in amazing matter. The way she explained everything made me realize that the smallest things can make a huge... (more »)
Ocean Trash
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I strongly agree with Philip R. when he wrote about ocean pollution in his article "Ocean Trash". People dispose of trash into the ocean way too often. We should start to realize our mistake and work on it. This quote "there is an area of marine... (more »)
I Shouldn't Have to Write This This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Upon reading "I Shouldn't Have to Write This" by Justin S., I saw racism in a new light. The article is about how Justin shouldn't have to write about racism in the world, the news, and on the streets because it shouldn't... (more »)
I Gave My Grandma a Break Today
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I can realate to Chole Cramer when she wrote her poem "I Gave My Grandma A Break Today" because my grandmother aslo had these troubles in her life the difficulty of walking and talking. This poem spoke to me because the last few months of her... (more »)
I Shouldn't Have to Write This
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I found Justin S.s article,"I shouldn't have to write this'' extremely moving because he spilled his heart out and said that the world still has so much cruelty against African Amercians. Just because they have been freed, it... (more »)
Paradoxes
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I can relate with Megan M. when she wrote about saying sorry after saying "I love you." Most people feel the need to say sorry or are afraid to say I love you without doubt because the thought of bothering them or them not meaning it... (more »)
I Gave My Grandma a Break Today
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I enjoyed reading Tarah V.'s poem, " I gave my Grandma a Break Today." Even though my grandmother is no longer alive, I remember when is acted like Tarah's grandmother when she used to forget where she was going because she... (more »)
The Kids Starving In Africa
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I found Aydan Rolph's article, "The Kids Starving in Africa ", extremely motivating. In the story , "There's no reason for it practically every person in the world could give them something , anything, just something to chew on. "I agree to this... (more »)
I Shouldn't Have To Write This
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I can relate to Justin S. article, "I Shouldn't Have To Write This" I can relate because it's true that students should not have to express the frustratuion, they feel when opening up social media, and seeing nothing, but... (more »)
Letter to the Editor: "Into Dust" by...
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“Into Dust” by Elodie N. was a piece that caught my eye when I first read it in the magazine. It switches between the perspectives of a young boy in the Sahara Desert and a man  in the military controlling strikes on that area.... (more »)
Feedbacks on Letter from a Soldier This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Letters from a Soldier by Alicia W. is a heartwrenching piece about what war really takes away from a person. It is written in second-person. From your perspective you experience a nameless male going off to war, presumably to become a hero on... (more »)
Kick Like a Girl This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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They said that she couldn’t do it. They doubted her from the start, but she proved them wrong. Savannah had been playing sports all her life, but she never imagined being the star kicker on her school’s varsity football team.... (more »)
Ocean Trash This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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What first drew my attention to the article “Ocean Trash” by Philip Rabideau was the artwork by Sydney Ghoreishi illustrating it. This made me want to know more about the article. The facts that Philip mentioned are sad but... (more »)
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