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Plastic Surgery: An Ugly Trend This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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Society has always valued beauty. In literature, ­attractiveness often symbolizes an admirable protagonist, while ugliness indicates the abominable antagonist. As children we are taught, without...

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Am I My Brother's Keeper? This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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It's all over the news: kids are spending a lot of time on homework. And, according to some, it's way too much. With the current emphasis on high-stakes testing, educators are trying to do more...

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   Being a hard-core fan of the X-Files, every night at ten o'clock I am notified of another diabolical governmental scheme to control our lives. I've come to realize that the show...

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