Most Recent Letters to the Editor

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“Orwell Was Onto Something”
By , Phoenix, AZ
I found Samuel O.’s article “Orwell was onto Something” extremely relatable with the story that he provided about Gary’s stories on moving around farm-to-farm for work. The jobs he did while moving around for work were... (more »)
Runaway Train
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In the ''Runaway train'' by Kelly M., she specifically describes her feelings in details to why she wanted and did run away. I can relate to Kelly when she wrote,''Pity for the little boy old enough to understand how... (more »)
What Not to Wear
By , phoenix, AZ
I can relate to Morgan C. when she wrote about dress coding in her article. I too have expierenced a feeling of shame for what  I was wearing. I can honestly say I totally agree with how Megan describes it and how she says... (more »)
Diary of a Shopgirl
By , phoenix, AZ
I can relate to Anna W. when she wrote about her first job and what it's like for her in her article Diary of a shopgirl because my first job was working with my sister at her daycare called Little Rascals . I love the feeling of helping... (more »)
Stop, Drop and Oh My God You Better Be Rolling
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 A big round of applause for Katherine W. This article is literally who I am. I know I said something like this in my last review, but I am extremely content knowing that there is someone out there as paranoid as me. She wrote, " I... (more »)
Zeina's Article
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I found Zeina's acticle to very moving. People take school for granted these days in the U.S because of our free education system. In some other countries going to school is a blessing because how difficult it is sometimes to attend school.... (more »)
One Frame at a Time
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I disagree with what Liam is writing about in the article "One frame at a Time". For instance, the article is about how cameras can not "capture" feelings a person shows or "childish rebellion", but that is a false... (more »)
Shadows
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I found Hanna's article "Shadows," really interesting.The title was really appealing to my perspective.The author was writing about shadows and personified them with fear. There's a profound thing she says "shadows follow... (more »)
The Day My School Was Bombed
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The article "The Day My School Was Bombed" is a courageous story about what happened to Zeina. She has gone to a very traumatizing experience. I cant imagine myself in the situation because i would panic. Zeina had to do everything in... (more »)
Digging Myself Up
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I found Jake F.'s article "Digging Myself Up" extremly moving. Jake's article is moving because who cares about what people say about your sexuality. Jake was afraid to come out to his friends and family as bisexual. He was afraid that no one... (more »)
What Not to Wear
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I find Morgan C.'s article "what not to wear" moving because i can relate and so many others girls can too. Megan talks about dress code worldwide and how unfair it is. And i completly agree with her. Girls should be able to show... (more »)
Digging Myself up
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In Digging Myself Up by Jake F., I can relateto Jake F. when he wrote about being transgender. He was a guy that ended up being a girl. I am a girl that likes dressing up like a guy. It makes me feel more comfurtable. I agree when Jake... (more »)
A World of Color
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I found Katelynn M.'s article A World Of Color extremely moving, becuase it makes us see that we should love ourselfs regardless of what our skin color may be. All humans are created equal, but some people "live in a world in which all... (more »)
Feedback on Why I Hid My Lunch
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Food. One of the great wonders of Earth, yet some people are so self conscious to show others what they are eating. “Why I Hid My Lunch” by Caroline D. was an article that I absolutely loved.  She tells a story of her as a... (more »)
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Feedback: Numbers on a Scale This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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“Numbers on a Scale” is an article written by Jenny N. about her family’s pickiness over weight. She began her piece by talking about a sequence of events when she visited her aunt’s house, where one of the first... (more »)
Feedback on Numbers on a Scale
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As I sat at my desk flipping through the October issue of Teen Ink, “Numbers on a Scale” by Jenny N. caught my eye. “Numbers on a Scale” shares the story of the narrator, who had visited her relative’s house for a... (more »)
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