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Falling Leaves
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It was late September and the transformation from summer to fall was already obvious and beautiful. The leaves drifted off the lonely branches and landed on the hard ground. A flock of grey and white geese swooped across the cloudless, joyful... (more »)
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Girl Talk
By , Piedmont, OK
Hey girls let's get a little personal. Have you ever wished you had a bigger or smaller chest? Well i never really understood wanting a bigger chest. Me and my friend got into an argument over which is better. Don’t judge an... (more »)
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At the Bottom of the Drawer
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This is a true story written in the point of view of my grandmother, who I miss dearly and wish I could visit more often…  ...   “Goodbye Nëna! See you next weekend!” My granddaughter, Antea waved at me at... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
Cape Cod Trip
By , Boston, MA
It started when our whole family decided to take a family trip to this campground in Cape Cod. Family means everyone is coming grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins. These big family trips don't really happen often. My family which is my brother... (more »)
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Planning a Quinceanera
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For those who do not know what a quinceanera is.. A quinceanera (in Latin America and among Latinos) is a celebration of a girl’s fifteenth birthday and her transition from childhood to adulthood, typically involving a mass followed... (more »)
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The View Through Two Flags
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“Where is that again?” The words ring through my ears when I mention Syria and Ukraine. Then I get this funky face which starts with eyebrow scrunching, then comes the lip biting, and finally, a deep sigh. So, to clear up confusion,... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
Do It.
By , MIDDLEVILLE, MI
Marshall Mathers grew up in the rough neighborhood of 8 Mile in Detroit, Michigan. He went through abuse, poverty, bullying, and he had to battle himself through every hardship he faced. He raised his daughter in a family of physical abuse and... (more »)
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The Invisible Storm
By , Liverpool, United Kingdom
Do you know the feeling when a heavy weight decides to suffocate you, slowly but effectively making it harder and harder to breathe? An alarm goes off inside your head and logical reasoning is immedietly thrown out of the window, giving free... (more »)
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Life Is Just Not Fair
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I'm that one girl. The one who always tries to fit in and always gets denied. The only one who isn’t trying to be fake. The one who is trying to be herself for once. I don't understand. I am the girl who on Valentine's day,... (more »)
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Loss of Innocence in Music
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The most common definition of innocence is a time in which one is pure and not yet exposed to the immorality of the world. This theme is often distinguished in works of literature to demonstrate the growth of a character. However, there are... (more »)
Subsection: Travel & Culture Articles  
First Lions Football Game
By , Nashville, MI
Two and a half years ago I went to my first ever Lions football game. The game was played September, 21st 2014. I went with my brother Erin, Austin and my brother’s girlfriend at the time Alyssa. The game was Lions vs Packers one of the... (more »)
Subsection: Sports Articles  
Summer
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 I can’t wait for this year’s summer. Summer is my favorite time of year where you get to go outside and do anything you want with friends, family with the amazing weather. This year my summer is going to be amazing, I have a... (more »)
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The Endless Ocean
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I stood on the beach, looking over the endless blue water. The ocean seemed never-ending; it was an unclear and mysterious place. The large waves glistened like glass as they rose and rose and rose, until they were lined with white foam. It... (more »)
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My Experience in Guatemala
By , Middleville, MI
That’s all I could smell when I stepped out of the Guatemala City airport. It’s an interesting smell, but you get used to it. Everybody found their luggage with no complications so we headed to the mission house. It’s about an... (more »)
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Weeds and Zebra Turkeyfish
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I love you, he would croon. And for a while I never said anything back. Saying I love you is exposing yourself to everyone, having neon lights positioned at your Achilles’ heel. I would just kiss him and nestle back into his bony chest,... (more »)
Subsection: Memoirs  
The Drug Between Us
By , New Carlisle , OH
It was a normal day; my dad had just gotten out of jail almost 2 weeks prior to the incident. In New Carlisle they have a ball dropping for New years and we had all planned as a family to go watch the ball drop at 12. People say addiction is a... (more »)
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