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#1
Feedback: "Today's Loser"
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In the article “Today’s loser” by Camryn B., what stood out me the most was how true everything she was talking about was, how everyone only cares about the filters followers and how trendy they need to be to get noticed.... (more »)
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Feedback: "The Walls Around Me"
By , Tyngsboro, MA
The article “The Walls Around Me”  by “Allie,” a girl named “Allie” told her father she was gay (Lesbian). “Dad I think I’m gay,” Allie said to her father. I think he was disappointed in her, but if she strongly feels that she... (more »)
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Feedback: "Walls Around Me"
By , Tyngsboro, MA
I found the article, “The Walls Around Me” really effective. It really struck me knowing what she went through, I can’t imagine myself in her shoes. All the painful words that was put upon her because people were stereotyping her as a... (more »)
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Feedback: "Run Free, Klammer"
By , tyngsboro, MA
In the sad depression story, “Run Free Klammer” by Eric M., the boy kept going to his dog bed and stuff and thinking he is still there.  It’s also sad when the dog had a drying foot print in the corner and how he used to... (more »)
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Feedback: "Today's Loser"
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In “Today’s Loser,” i agree with Camryn B. when she writes about how social media influence many kids, and that she doesn’t care about what others think about her social media.  She thinks it’s stupid that a... (more »)
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Feedback: "Political Correctness"
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In the article “Political Correctness” by Taylor G. from Ambler, PA, Taylor started talking about people who insult on others disadvantages or are discriminated against by others because of their race. The bold words on the page... (more »)
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Feedback: "Autism Is Not a Tragedy" This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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In the article “Autism is Not a Tragedy” by Amita R., the one thing that stood out the most was Amita’s brother being diagnosed with autism and speech delay on the same day. I agree with Amita about how her brother knows... (more »)
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Feedback: "If Only..." This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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In the article “If Only…” by “Susan” Minneapolis something really stood out me that the author wrote. It was how her and her family struggled. No one’s life is perfect. It surprises me on how many people can... (more »)
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Feedback: Never Be Silent Again
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“Never Be Silent Again” by “Julia” is a about a white boy who was sitting in the back of the bus but had a notepad with him. On this notepad was a picture of the teacher, but something was different. This drawing didn’t look like her... (more »)
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Feedback: Living Black
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“Living Black” by Tiarra R., what really stood out the most to me it was that the poem sound like a rap song which I really liked about it and also the title “Living Black” which really applied to me it just said a lot... (more »)
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Feedback for a Troublemaker
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After reading the “The Trouble of a Troublemaker” by Austin M., I really got shocked when the trouble maker dropped a water bottle on another student foot and the teacher sended him to the office.   And even locked himself... (more »)
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Gay Marriage in the US This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     As you may know, gay marriage is one of the most controversial subjects today. I happen to disagree with gay marriage and here's why. I've seen gay people, on TV and in real life, and I have no problem with them but I... (more »)
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TeeInk.com This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     Your website is inspiring teenagers everywhere to open up and share what they enjoy most. In the review sections, teenagers all over the world are able to find good movies, books, music, and even colleges to look... (more »)
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Uniforms Understood This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     When I read “Uniforms Understood” by Katie L., it made me realize how lucky I am to go to a school without uniforms. I would hate to have to look the same as all the kids in my school. I think that my... (more »)
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Catholic School Girls This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     I would like to congratulate Brittany B. on a very well-written parody of the stereotypical Catholic school girl. Being a Catholic school girl, though, I disagree with and am appalled by the reputation given to my... (more »)
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Teen Magazines Lack Substance This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     I agree with Natascia L. I sometimes wish I could read about topics other than Paris Hilton or how to apply eyeliner correctly. I think that if we had a magazine that talked about actual news, it would sell. Most... (more »)
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