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Coming Together with Music
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I found "coming Together With Music" extremely moving. I wholeheartedly agree that music brings people together. No matter what your race, ethnicity, or religon music can always unite us. "Music is a catalyst, melding people together who would... (more »)
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Seventeen Years Old
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I completely agree with the article “Seventeen Years Old” written by Sarah  B. as it speaks out on the struggles women face throughout their lives at such a young age. Girls are held to a certain standard of having to please... (more »)
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Feedback on "Seventeen Years Old"
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It is quite difficult to address multiple social issues at once. However, Sara B., author of “Seventeen Years Old”, manages to do it in less than a page’s worth of words. Sara creates compact paragraphs, each telling her... (more »)
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Feedback on Religion, Science, and Silence This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind," said the genius, Albert Einstein. A controversial topic to discuss, "Religion, Science, and Silence" by Lisa P. gives a lovely reflection of the life of... (more »)
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Feedback on Should We Take Down Rebel Statues?
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"Should We Take Down Rebel Statues," by Molly, takes a hit at the controversial southern statues. It depicts the debate on the removal, or keeping of Confederate statues such as Robert E. Lee. But unlike most other approaches to a... (more »)
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Feedback on "The Great Triple Baconator"
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The college essay, “The Great Triple Baconator” was hilariously effective and unique in its goal to show the writer’s ability to take problems one at a time and overcome them with perseverance. She gives a short story about... (more »)
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Why Should I Stand Up?
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The title of the piece is Why Should I Stand by Simone Outlaw. It is his/her point of view on the recent controversy on NFL players not standing up for the USA pledge. I agree with some points in this poem and some, not at all.... (more »)
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Feedback on Seventeen Years Old
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“Seventeen Years Old” is an article that talks about the issues a girl lives with throughout her life. Although this may seem cliché, the author, Sara B., writes her story by pulling out the memories of her past and tying... (more »)
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Feedback on Oh. Oh. Oh. This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Madeline V.'s poem, "Oh. Oh. Oh." grabs you in the first three syllabels of the title. The effortless use of punctuation transforms the shocked connotation of the word to a disappointed one. The theme of disappointment repeats... (more »)
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Feedback on The Great Triple Baconator This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Excellent college essay, The Great Triple Baconator, written by Victoria S., is a thoughtful piece and an outlet of inspiration. As an college essay, The Great Triple Baconator expresses Victoria victory of not only defeating an... (more »)
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Feedback on Seventeen Years Old
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"I am only seventeen years old." Sara B. brilliantly demonstrates the sad truth of growing up within a couple of paragraphs. I was instantly drawn in my the first paragraph when Sara begins by telling the reader that at a young age,... (more »)
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Feedback on Seventeen Years Old This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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“You must think you’re something, with those grown-up shoes, huh? Watch out, sweetheart, men like me just love girls like you.” I was barely 12 years old when I got catcalled for the first time. I had just gotten my first pair... (more »)
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I am proud to be a girl. I am proud to be such a strong one, especially after seeing so many females be oppressed and judged. I believe that no one can tell me what I should and should not do just so I can please males. Sara B., writer of... (more »)
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Review of the "Running forJoy"
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The writing titled “Running for Joy,” written by Clara Hevia, talks about having asthma and running anyways. Her writing left me feeling relatable. I also have asthma, and I compete in three different sports throughout the whole year.... (more »)
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Review of the "Running forJoy"
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The writing titled “Running for Joy,” written by Clara Hevia, talks about having asthma and running anyways. Her writing left me feeling relatable. I also have asthma, and I compete in three different sports throughout the whole year.... (more »)
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Life Lessons From OCD: A Thank-You This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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       Reading the anonymous piece Life Lessons From OCD in the September issue of the Teen Ink magazine nearly moved me to tears. As another person who suffers from this torturous disorder, the vivid description and accurate... (more »)
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