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Father on Board This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Senior Matthew M. sat in the chair next to the hospital bed where his girlfriend of two years, junior Chloe F., was lying. Both of their moms were in the small white room with them, eagerly anticipating the results. They had waited 16 weeks for... (more »)
Walking the Halls with Cancer This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Cancer. Defined as a disease in which abnormal cells divide uncontrollably and destroy body tissue. Abnormal. Uncontrollable. Destructible. Deadly. What if you were told you had cancer at age fourteen when you’re just getting ready for... (more »)
Striving for One's Dream
Morgan Wootten once said, “You learn more from losing than winning. You learn how to keep going”. As citizens of this world, we all come together to form a community. We share ideas, beliefs, and other common goals that binds us... (more »)
McKamey Manor
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Are you the type of person who has no detectable phobia and laughs at hometown haunted houses? Could you survive a slasher movie without blinking an eye? Are you willing to go through up to 7 hours of what some would call the most intense... (more »)
Love isn't black and white This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Junior Gabbi M. was speechless. A girl had just told her that she shouldn’t be dating her boyfriend, junior Bryce O.. But her reason why was what made Morris cringe. “I had an African-American girl come to me and get mad at me... (more »)
Gamer changer
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Senior Ally S. sat on the bench on the side of the soccer field, watching her teammates practice. The girls were scrimmaging, yelling across the pitch to one another. One of the forwards shot the ball, and the goalie dove to make the save. Ally... (more »)
Flag phantoms
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As the band played their final notes and the color guard caught their flags for the last time, cheers erupted throughout the stadium. The stands of the Alamodome were filled from bottom to top with parents, fans and other bands from across the... (more »)
A Way With Words This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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He sits at one of the wooden tables in the school library, surrounded by novels on low shelves and colorful art that hangs from the ceiling. He’s focused on a large red book in front of him: Merriam Webster’s New World Dictionary.... (more »)
The Rising Voices of Philadelphia This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Kamaya swung our joined hands back and forth as we walked through the cluttered streets of Eighth and Butler in Philadelphia. The August heat rolled off the concrete, and the unrelenting humidity clung to our bodies. It was a Tuesday –... (more »)
Tackling the Issue of School Uniforms
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Some schools have school uniforms, and some schools don’t. Divine Redeemer, a local Catholic school, requires a school uniform. This uniform consists of a red polo top with the school’s logo on it and a pair of navy or tan pants or a navy or... (more »)
Some Begin Celebrating Christmas in October
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As the holiday season approaches, local stores begin playing Christmas songs through the speakers and cover every square inch in red and green. Some find the rapid preparation for the holidays to be exciting, while others find it to be a... (more »)
Expanding Awareness of GSA
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GSA is a club at Arrowhead that supports the LGBT community. GSA stands for Gay Straight Alliance, and the members include students at Arrowhead that are looking for a place to express who they are with people who accept them no matter what. The... (more »)
Remembering Thanksgiving in the Midst of...
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The events that precede the holiday season include preparation for family gatherings and giving thanks. Yet along with the joyous, spirited time comes the chaotic, craziness of Black Friday. Whether this enhances or underscores the true... (more »)
Celebrating the Holidays: 'Christmas'...
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As December jumps to a vibrant start the anticipation of the upcoming holidays weighs down on the shoulders of many. This anticipation is accompanied by questions. Among these is the question of whether the brief break from school should be... (more »)
Preparing for the Next Step: College
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As seniors send out their college applications and await potential acceptance letters, an important aspect of preparing for the future involves figuring out what they intend on majoring in. With so many different options some find it hard to... (more »)
Taking on 2015: Resolutions and Goals
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As 2014 comes to an end and 2015 is off to a start, New Year resolutions are made. From extreme resolutions to small goals, it appears 2015 is going to be a year of change for the students of Arrowhead. Scarlett Lopez, an Arrowhead senior,... (more »)
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