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01101111 01101110 01100011 01100101 00100000 01110101 01110000 01101111 01101110 00100000 01100001 00100000 01110100 01101001 01101101 01100101 It took me a long time to fall in love with equations. They were structured and... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
The Rollercoaster
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The whole group had just arrived at the amusement park after walking across the long beach. We came from the part of the park that was a water park. Everyone had spent hours playing in the pools and on the water slides and having fun, but... (more »)
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The Quarter Man
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Lea came over on a Sunday evening, when the weather was cool and breezy. Perfect weather for sneakers, leggings, and an oversized sweatshirt. And to me, oversized sweatshirt weather is the best kind of weather! I met her at the subway and on... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
Letters and Apologies
To a trusted friend, I've been thinking and looking back on my past, and I noticed something. You've been in my life for a long time. A friend when i had none. A voice of reason(although annoying sometimes) when i needed one.... (more »)
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The Battle of Teenage Depression
By , London, United Kingdom
As I lay in bed at night, staring at the cracks on the ceiling I feel my heart sink. The voices in my head start taunting me and I fall into this endless cycle of restless thoughts wizzing through my mind. "I'm not good enough", I tell myself.... (more »)
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I Used to be a Quadriplegic, but Now I'm...
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Everyone has their strengths and weaknesses; parts of my body may be weak, but I certainly am strong.  From dancing since I was just three years old and learning how to walk three times in my life, my legs have been through a lot of muscle... (more »)
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How Litter Kills Pets in Seattle
By , seattle, WA
Definiton of Pollution :pol·lu·tion  p??lo?oSH(?)n/  noun  noun: pollution  the presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance or thing that has harmful or poisonous effects. ... (more »)
Life's a Crazy Event
By , eagle mtn, UT
Try imagining yourself in this girl’s spot. Her life at risk from cancer, and to be saved she had to get the cancer removed along with your jaw. After years of recovering and being homeschooled she decided she wanted to go to a public school.... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
An Appointment with Death
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I hesitated to open the car door. I put one foot out the door and then the next. I walked over to the door on the garage. I put my hand on the handle and took a deep breath, while holding back the tears. Then I went up the stairs knowing how... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
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I walked through the double doors and was instantly overwhelmed by what seemed like millions of people. The loud laughter, talk of summer, and heavy Victoria’s secret body mist filled the room. I felt all eyes on me and my fear of... (more »)
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The Effect of Discrimination in Maya...
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The topic of discrimination is intricate, controversial, and multifaceted. It is the weapon of bigotry, and targets people for belonging to a certain group, be it based on gender, religion, race, or something else. It can be explicit, implicit,... (more »)
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JHU CTY: A Reflection
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My last day at the place I consider my second home was marked by tears, despair, and sugary fruit juice. It all began at 4 am, when my soul left my body in response to the shrieking of my alarm clock. Instead of promptly returning my head to my... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
My First High School Hockey Game
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Was I nervous? Of course. Who wouldn’t be nervous when they’re about to step out on the ice (or field) for their first high school sports game? Not to mention there was a ton of people in the stands. It was definitely the most... (more »)
Subsection: Sports Articles  
Evanston IL Restaurant Review: Koco Table
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When this classic Korean restaurant was suggested as a dinner option one Saturday night, I had no idea what to expect, I didn’t even know what Korean food was. Always one to try new things, I enthusiastically said yes. That night, we... (more »)
Subsection: Travel & Culture Articles  
When a Person Molds Into a Home
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An isolated childhood impacted me in ways unthinkable. I was born into a serene, very private home on the fringe of Flower Mound, Texas. The lake was practically at my doorstep. All seems picture-perfect, until you put the puzzle pieces... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
A Hike In the Woods
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I remember distinctly that summer. It was a hot, sweltering summer, even for Texas. I usually went to some cool camps for engineering or science, but this year, my mum had to work the entire day. She couldn’t pick my up for a half-day... (more »)
Subsection: Personal Experience Articles  
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