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Invariant. Indistinguishable. These words describe what every teen wants to be, and what every teen doesn’t. Everyone wants to be independent, but at the same time wants to fit in. They want...

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Murder is wrong. Since childhood we have been taught this indisputable truth. Ask yourself, then, what is capital punishment? In its simplest form, capital punishment is defined as one person...

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During my study hall I walked into the third-floor bathroom. It was clean and hygienic, a feature that most of us take for granted. Sixty percent of the world's population does not have access to...

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