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Gucci Capris and Hollister Tees

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Why is it that society today pays more for a shirt with the word Hollister sprawled across the front? Why is it that we spend money on Prada, Coach, and Louis Vuiton, when a simple knockoff would...

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Do what you Do

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Emo vs. the World

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Satirical Essay on Social Media

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Today’s society is faced with the continually growing problem of electronics and social media. What used to be considered a precious treasure is now the cause of teenage obesity, lack of...

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“Popular” Is Not a Swear Word This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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For years, the word “popular” has been demonized and made synonymous with Regina George-esque, nail-buffing, mini-skirt-wearing, kale-munching head cheerleader types. Today, teachers...

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