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Uncovering the Truth of Homecoming vs. Prom
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The weeks before homecoming and prom are filled with a colorful array of spirit displayed throughout the different themed spirit days.   However, it is hard to decipher which dance is of greater importance: homecoming or prom. It... (more »)
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Rediscovering the Diverse World of Fashion
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New York City’s Fashion Week of September, 2014 is showcasing the up and coming trends of Spring 2015. The main theme of this year’s Fashion Week is diversity, and the collections showcase the most diverse group of designers.... (more »)
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Yellow is the New Pink
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September 10th is Suicide Prevention Day. Worldwide, the International Association for Suicide Prevention, has spread the word about this issue via social media and their website, http://www.iasp.info.   In the United States alone about... (more »)
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Star Pendant
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It was always on the back of my mind, the cruel words, the tears I held back for so long. Their words were like bullets, stuck under my skin. Their eyes, always watching me, always staring. I had grown up with them, since the first grade. They... (more »)
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Communities
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What is a community? Most people believe a community is the town, or area they live it. Yes they are right, but it can be a lot more. Communities are a group of people that are joined together for cause. A community could be a sports team, a... (more »)
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Medieval Medicine and the use of Humours,...
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“The art of healing comes from nature, not from the physician. Therefore the physician must start from nature, with an open mind.” Paracelsus is quoted as saying this in reference to medicine and doctors. Medical practices were... (more »)
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A Trip With Fate
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“Come on Venkataraman,” Narasimhan called, “Let’s go to the beach!” “I’m not ready,” I replied, “Just give me a second.” My friends Balakrishnam, Padmanathan, Narasimhan and I,... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
The Feminist Voice of Emma Watson
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There has never been a woman quite like Emma Watson. Whenever fans recall the star, they remember the wise and courageous character of Hermione Granger.  But ever since she entered adolescence she continues to empower women through the... (more »)
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Greek Afterlife Sacrificing, and Temples
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In Ancient Greece, there was a belief that below the world of the living, there was a horrible land called the Underworld. When a person died, it was believed that they passed into the afterlife, also known as Hades Realm. Hades is the lord of... (more »)
Subsection: Travel & Culture Articles  
Justice This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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By the time I had reached the grand age of six, I had a finely tuned albeit slightly misguided sense of justice.  I was a good little first grader; the darling of my class, having never pulled a card.  The “cards” were... (more »)
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Sanity and Insanity
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Not all of us are insane, but the ones who are will figure it out eventually. When that happens it is just a matter of what will contain them, be it themselves or another. The people who do not find a reason to contain it are the ones we see,... (more »)
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Drive This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I was six when my grandfather took me for a ride on his truck for the first time. It was a red Chevrolet C10 1975 edition pick-up truck with slightly inconsistent shock absorbers and a loud engine. The car was twenty-three years older than me,... (more »)
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Delhi Traffic I Love You
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Saturday, the 6th of December 2014 was considerably an important date of the year for me. Given the fact that I had to take my first SAT attempt was just one of the reasons. The pretty blue admission ticket shouted at me the reporting time in... (more »)
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How to Suffocate a Fool
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If I had to describe him, I don’t know how many words I would need. But I know they would be full of love and hate. Our relationship was not one I look back on with the fondest of memories. And yet, I can’t help but shake the... (more »)
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To Be A Teenager
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To be a teenager is to be like an unbaked cake. Half-done, yet still possessing a world of untapped possibilities. To be a teenager is to be like an open book, because nothing you do, say or want is unknown to the world. To be a teenager is to... (more »)
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Gratitude
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For my thirteenth birthday, I asked for a book. A journal, to be more specific. I've always loved journals. I have been perpetually recording my life since I was about five years old, when my dad gave me my first journal. However, the one I... (more »)
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