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Whoopi! This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
   On February 14th, I had the chance of a lifetime. I knew that Whoopi Goldberg was a very special person and an accomplished actor, but I never expected her to be such an open and insightful person. Before the interview, we waited... (more »)
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Roller Derby This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I'd never in my life viewed the words Roller and Derby in a sentence together until the promotional event for the talented Drew Barrymore's latest film “Whipit.” For those who are not familiar with the term, imagine the toughest, most... (more »)
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The Story I Never Knew This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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My mom: The most beautiful women, honest, loving, caring, and the person who’s always there for me. The one, who understands me most, goes through what I go through every day of my life not missing one day. I feel like I’m in my mother’s... (more »)
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Ms. Brennan's Trail of Children
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Date: February 4th, 2011 Interviewee: Ms. Kate Brennan, high-school English teacher Interviewer: Chelsea, student Chelsea: Everyone has a story. It just matters who asks. Let’s begin with your childhood. What was it like... (more »)
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Jehovah's Witnesses...who really are they?
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Many of us are familiar with the religion called Jehovah’s Witnesses. When people hear the words “Jehovah’s Witnesses”, the first thing that comes to their minds are neatly dressed individuals that come to their door to talk about the... (more »)
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The infinite sadness of girl, 17
Until recently, I felt as if I was somewhat qualified to diagnose or classify teenage depression. In the very least I must have been able to, to some extent understand and feel the weight and density of the situation. Ever since I was thirteen, a... (more »)
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Mother of an Autistic Child This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
My cousin is one of more than a million Americans who have been diagnosed with autism. Autism is a developmental disability characterized by the abnormal development of communication skills, social skills, and reasoning. It is estimated that 1 in... (more »)
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Cancer Survivor and Filmmaker Joy Clausen This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Joy Clausen thought she had everything – a college education, a loving family, and her dream job working as a dolphin trainer. However, everything changed when she was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. For most people, a cancer diagnosis... (more »)
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Q&A w/ Chicago Artist Andre B. This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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How old were you when you got started in the entertainment industry? I was 9 years old when I started in this business. It was of my own interests of wanting to be an actor which lead me to enrollment at the Barbizon modeling school. At the time... (more »)
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Human Comedy This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Life on the stage is perhaps the most volatile endeavor one can undertake. From personal experience I can attest to how difficult it is being in front of an audience. All eyes are fixed on you, and you have to be in the moment, living organically... (more »)
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The Thoughts of a Blind Woman
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Dawn is a blind woman who's married with two kids. I asked her about being blind and it's affects on her. Q: How long have you been blind? A: I've been legally blind since birth. I used to be able to watch TV and read large print.... (more »)
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Everything but a Chemist--The Pete Stark Story
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Fortney 'Pete' Stark Jr. sits on a wicker chair next to a sizzling fire, his crossed feet propped up on an ottoman. Clad seriously but casually in loafers, a plaid cotton shirt and corduroy pants, he scans The Washington Post, his trifocals... (more »)
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Bosnia: The Hidden Genocide This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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We've all heard of the Holocaust. We've read about the mass murder of 800,000 civilians in Rwanda. People write books, make movies, hold memorial services, and advocate awareness of these terrible genocides. While it would be nice to say... (more »)
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Erin Hunter: Kate Cary and Victoria Holmes
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For those unfamiliar with the New York Times bestselling Warriors and Seekers sagas, these epic series by Erin Hunter currently consists of twenty six books total, not to mention six from their equally successful Seekers series and eleven manga.... (more »)
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Nicolette and Stereoptypes
I interviewed my friend Nicolette because we both get labeled and stereotyped. It has gotten so hard to be a kid these days. I wanted to talk about emo and stereotypes because nobody likes to get judged before you know them. It is not a good... (more »)
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Interview with a Holocaust Survivor
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I am interviewing Holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher. Being the strongest woman I know, she survived the German concentration camp Terezin also known as Theresienstadt, located in Czechoslovakia. Today you will hear of a story that needs to be... (more »)
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