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Romeo and Juliet Research Paper
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"Healthy communication and effective discipline are what a teenager needs to help navigate this important time, especially since the brain is not yet necessarily ready or able to face all of the inevitable challenges, without support" (Wolner).... (more »)
By , mendon, OH
I was laying in my bed. A mound of blankets, writing in my notebook. It must not have been very life changing, because I don’t even remember what it was about. I had been crying. When my phone buzzed to life. I glanced down to see it was my... (more »)
Game time
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Walked into the gym on frigate winter morning the cold air filled my lungs it was time to play. As the game  went on the lead would keep changing east haven would score than would score then we would score.  With 5 minute Left  to go in the... (more »)
how i broke my wrist
By , branford, CT
How I broke  my wrist It was friday afternoon and I was walking into The Big-E and I got on a railing and started walking and after 2 or 3 log railings. I was at the end of the railing and there was a train track spike holding the log into the... (more »)
Stuck in the Middle
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Stuck in the Middle   “AJ! Come back!...AJ!...” The howling wind was the only response to my cries. How could he do this to me? How could he abandon his own little brother, who he grew up protecting at all costs, like... (more »)
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Concussions Prompt (common app): Describe a problem you've solved or a problem you'd like to solve. It can be an intellectual challenge, a research query, an ethical dilemma - anything that is of personal importance, no matter the scale.... (more »)
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    “Your generation is lazy. Technology is ruining kids today. You’re not going to get far in life like your parents did.” As a teenager today I hear these words at least on a weekly basis from teachers or other adults that pass... (more »)
The Winter Woods
By , Branford, CT, CT
I pushed open the screen and was hit with a wall of freezing winter air. It crept into my jacket and chilled me to the bone, I inhaled and held onto the fresh air before letting it go, watching my breath disappear into nothing. I started down my... (more »)
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A comparative analysis of the political campaigns of Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar   This piece will analyse arguably two of the greatest political and military leaders the world has ever seen; two men who independently... (more »)
Cells within cells: An extraordinary claim with...
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Cells within cells: An extraordinary claim with extraordinary evidence Some biologists have come up with a hypothesis that questions the relationship between bacteria and humans. They not only live on you and in you, but you actually carry the... (more »)
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Thalidomide Thalidomide was a drug first synthesized in 1953 and was placed on the market as a therapy for insomnia and antiemetic agent for pregnant women in 1957. It gained widespread popularity as it lacked the typical addictive properties... (more »)
New Beginnings
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As I started high school I was scared and nervous. I didn’t think I would make friends so fast or easily. But as more people came into my life as I transitioned into the high school life, I noticed I’m happier than before. I have never been... (more »)
I Live
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I live, I live in the universe, the milky way, on Earth, in North America, in the state of Colorado, in the city of Littleton, in the small community of Columbine, in my 3 story house on west Elmhurst Ave. I live here with my dad, my mom, my... (more »)
The Beauty of Idioms This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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We hear them daily, whether it’s your mother telling you that, “your eyes are bigger than your stomach” after seeing your dinner plate, or that your uncle’s jail sentence was a “slap on the wrist.” These colorful gems of the English... (more »)
Seperating Generations Is a Bad Idea
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Separating generations a bad idea; When young, old live together, it’s better for society Since the migration of young families to Levittown (America's first plannned community transformed suburbia) during the late 1940s and 1950s, Long... (more »)
An Outsider's Perspective on the GOP Debates
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    The 2016 U.S. presidential elections have no doubt been on nearly every American’s mind. As in 2008, when the first African-American was elected president, the 2016 primaries could cement further milestones in American... (more »)
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