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We all have had one person who has profoundly influenced us and left an indelible mark on our lives. There are many people who have influenced me significantly. My parents, my grandparents, my...

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Brilliant, benign, clever, benevolent, and testing; these five words couldn’t even begin to describe the first World Literature and Speech teacher at the International Academy of Macomb. The...

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Everyone has one class on their schedule that makes them grimace. For me, that class used to be AP Statistics. The thought of working with numbers for hours made me cringe. Not many people enjoy...

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