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The Farm
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Ever since I was little I would always drive by the dairy farm located on Mallets Bay Ave and I would always ask my mom, “Mommy, are those cows nice?” she would always tell me that she didn’t know and that someday I would find... (more »)
Cryogenics: Today's Imagination...
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There has been a new talk. A talk of something very unique. If achieved, it could fundamentally change the lives of everyone on planet earth. From those who have already left us, to our very own selves. What such talk is this you may ask?... (more »)
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Small Town, Big Dreams
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All I had was  big dreams, and nothing else. I woke up every morning with the same pressure, the same weight on my shoulders, in the same unfortunate situation. I looked at the same rising and setting sun, that seemed to set earlier and... (more »)
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Malaria
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Malaria is one of the world’s biggest killers. Malaria is a blood disease caused by a kind of mosquito. The world health organization is trying its best to overcome this issue. The main cause of malaria is its rapid spread globally.... (more »)
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JD Kadds This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I’m home, but the house is gone. Not a cigarette burning, not a dirty countertop. At Kadds, JD was our father, Joan our mom. The air was always too warm, thanks to the ovens. “Portion control” was almost nonexistent. If JD wanted to sell... (more »)
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Dress Code
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Dress Codes are important. If we did not have a general sense about what is appropriate and what is inappropriate, we might show up to a formal occasion in sweatpants or to church in a mini-skirt. At weddings, a dress code which states the... (more »)
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The Best Summer Yet
By , Chesterfield, VA
This past summer was “the best one yet”. I was free to do whatever I wanted. I spent my days lounging by the pool, hanging out with my friends, or putting in hours at my job. I felt a strong sense of deja vu as the first couple... (more »)
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The Year of the Dead
By , Glen Mills, PA
The day after the rich boy was killed in a car accident, every house in Garnet Valley, including mine, received a bitter phone call.  I remember the smell of fresh baked cookies as I raced into the kitchen, only to find my weeping mother... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
The Benefits of Healthy School Lunches
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Heather Morgan, from Project Happiness, once said, “Every time you eat or drink, you are either feeding disease or fighting it.”  One of the biggest things in living a healthy life, is having a nutritional, well balanced... (more »)
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My Friends' Experience Changed Me
By , Auburn, NY
Over the summer, I spent most of my time at a softball field somewhere. Usually playing, sometimes hanging out with friends watching games. It was in this time that I met someone. From the moment I saw her, she was someone that I wanted to talk... (more »)
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A Huge Step
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It all started when I and my sister went off and we started to head to school one day. I was a senior and this was her Freshman year. At school, I was a thought of as the big jock because I played on the football team. My sister Shyanne was the... (more »)
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The Life of Alan Turing
By , Carbondale, PA
When studying history there are many notable figures that most will never forget. From Winston Churchill to Adolf Hitler, some figures are never forgotten, while others are lost throughout the seams of history. Alan Turing is not a household... (more »)
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The Tortured Life of Nikola Tesla
By , Moscow, PA
When thinking of electricity the first person that comes to mind is Thomas Edison, an esteemed inventor and business man. However, Edison’s discovery of electricity was perfected by Nikola Tesla, the Serbian engineer, physicist, and... (more »)
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Klutz
By , Birdsboro, PA
I’ve always been clumsy. I don’t remember a time when I was growing up that I didn’t have some kind of scratch, bruise or injury. Since I was the youngest in my family and the youngest in my neighborhood, everyone would always... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
Wet Paint This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Start with wet paint dripping from the bathroom walls. A drab white appearance, dull enough to bore any who entered. My father hammering a rusty nail into the wall in order to hang a watercolor painting of a boat peacefully gliding along a... (more »)
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Roots
By , Arlington Heights, IL
So there’s my grandma. Grand Jan. Who always said what she thought. Who always let you know when your grammar was incorrect. Who always encouraged you to use “The King’s English”. Who always shushed you if you said even... (more »)
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