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Religion: Will it Blend? This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Those of us who get the Teen Ink magazine probably have seen an article: 'An atheist at a Christian summercamp'. While well presented, there is a statement that I cannot agree with. Pretty much the author says that there is no religion that... (more »)
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     "Fighting My Demons" by "Rebecca" shows the truth about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. The article is about the narrator describing her constant nervousness and worries. This scales from speaking in front of class to panic attacks and... (more »)
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"Changing School Start Times" by Julia Osterhouse is a topic that's been debated about for a long time: should school start later in the day? Her essay describes how many teenagers don't get so much sleep at night, and how many factors such as... (more »)
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      "Who knows what the right thing to do is when society is so contradictory - when parents want you to be that goody-two-shoes with Ivy League potential, but every teenager in the world seems to be coaxing you to breaking your good-girl... (more »)
FeedBack on "1^ and Not Pregnant."
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The short stroy "!6 and Not Pregnant" really moved me. This piece really made me think about who i am. (more »)
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     In every Teen Ink edition, I always find the memoirs most interesting and every issue doesn’t fail to impress me with the different varieties of memoirs. “Picture Perfect” by Brandon Wei really stood out to me because it made me... (more »)
Feedback on "Killing Me"
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When I was flipping through the poem section of March's issue, "Killing Me" by Kaily McGurk caught my eye. It features 3 stanzas, all starting with a word and the part of speech it belongs to like a dictionary. She details what it is like... (more »)
Feedback on "Agender Angst"
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There are millions of people in our world who don't identify as a girl or a boy. According to Phoenix Quinn in the personal essay "Agender Angst," those people are "part of that gray area, that vast void between male and female that most people... (more »)
Feedback on The Giver review by Gabrielle Amar
      This piece negatively reviews The Giver movie by describing it as cliche and disappointing. personally, I thought the review was very well written in the sense of grammatics, research, and opinion. The author compares the movie to other... (more »)
Feedback on "The Mistake of My Father"
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     I have never read an article that made me think that someone was writing about my life. Maybe not everything, but there's so much to relate to that it completely overlooks the differences. "The Mistakes of My Father" by "Amber" was truly... (more »)
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“A few individuals don’t define an entire race.”  This line, from the piece “The Mistakes of My Father”, was very true and meaningful to me.  The memoir talked of the issues of racism, homophobia, and classism that were instilled in... (more »)
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       "A few individuals do not define an entire race." These words have never been truer. A brilliantly devised piece, "The Mistakes of My Father" by "Amber" follows her experience with her father's racism.        It all began... (more »)
Finally a Princess Review
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     As I look back on those days, where I was so young and naive to try and imitate an elegant Disney princess, it's not hard to see that I can definitely relate to Emily Spjut, author of the article "Finally a Princess". I have a past where... (more »)
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After I finished reading this edition of Teen Ink, one piece stood out to me because of the nostalgia and laughter it brought me. "Finally a Princess" by Emily Spjut. It is about a little girl and her sister who watch Mulan and decide they want... (more »)
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There is always something special about the poetry published in Teen Ink's monthy magazine. Whether it's located in the back of the issue or in various pages throughout, each poem is written with such passion and voice that anyone who reads them... (more »)
Feedback on "16 and Definitely Not...
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  “16 and Definitely Not Pregnant” by Gabriela Rodriguez was a very powerful piece and for me, struck close to home. There are so many stories out there about teenagers who go from failing mean girl to sweet straight-A student. And while... (more »)
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