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Twilight on Equality This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that while reading Twilight I was “dazzled” (pun intended). Almost anyone alive for the past couple of months is certainly aware of the saga, which has received excited acclaim not only from teenagers... (more »)
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Harry Potter vs. Twilight: Harry Rules All!
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Since 1998, J.K. Rowling has captured the hearts of millions with her incredible Harry Potter series. For nearly a decade, each of her seven books have left the reader anticipating the next adventure; but, for some reason, even some of the most... (more »)
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Unshelving Classic Books This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
In the late twentieth century, there was a move to replace classic literature used in most schools and universities with a more diverse reading list. The new curriculum would focus on themes present in today’s society, emphasizing... (more »)
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Tutus and Twirling This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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What is the definition of a sport? A game played with a ball? Is it people in tight pants running around? How about “an athletic activity requiring skill or physical prowess and often of a competitive nature”? That sounds more like it.... (more »)
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Football at Its Best This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Passion, excitement, love, and hatred all describe the sport of football at any level. But, are these emotions stronger in the NFL or in college ball? Which has a better fan base or more problems on and off the field? In my opinion, college... (more »)
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My Heroes: SIXburgh Style
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People will say they are fake; only in it for the money. People will discourage them for one wrong move. People will judge them because of what their career is. They are my heroes. My heroes are, believe it or not, members of the NFL team... (more »)
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Cheerleading As A Sport
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ESPN cameras all around, hundreds of screaming fans, pride and a big trophy at stake; no, the described scene is not that of a football championship. The excitement buzzing in the air escalates as the next team steps up to put all they have into a... (more »)
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Female Football Player Rights
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I believe that the National Football League (NFL) and Colleges in the United states should discuss creating a professional football league and college league for women. Yes, girls can play football in high school and some play recreationally, but... (more »)
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Understanding Art This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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What is art?  In first grade it was the ability to copy an apple perfectly. Then it came to putting your thoughts to paper, or to enact them in any medium. I had a friend once who used to say she is an artist and looked at us with pity, like we... (more »)
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The Steroid Era This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Over the years, baseball has been played by everyone from the noblest athletes to downright dirt bags. The past 20 years, known as the Steroid Era, are a time in baseball's history I wish I had not witnessed. If I could, I would erase these two... (more »)
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Steroids Should Not be allowed in Sports
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Athletes that are in sports should not be allowed to consume steroids. Or if they are consuming steroids they should not be allowed to play sports. When athletes use steroids they have the advantage of many things. For example, athletes have the... (more »)
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The Ultimate Test of Athleticism
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Am I an athlete, or does my horse do all the work? I am definitly an athlete. My horse clearly has a job. He does do all the work, but he only does all of his work; in no way does he do my job. My job, like that of all equestrian athletes, is... (more »)
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The Language of Dance
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Dance is a magical thing, and feet are rhythmical. Poetry is enchanting, and when intertwined with your feet, you may sing without a voice. Guess what? This is what I live for, singing with no voice, in silence, but in the most potent of... (more »)
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Can Video Games Be Art? This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
The advent of the 20th century brought with it technological wonders including the airplane, cinema, and the radio. Among these feats was one of the most influential inventions ever – the personal computer. Through the introduction of e-mail and... (more »)
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Skipping the Super Bowl
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As February rolls in I am anticipating a fun exciting month. My school’s winter dance is the second Saturday, Valentine’s Day is on the 14th, a few school days are off for President’s Day and teacher meetings, and now that the second quarter... (more »)
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Images On A Camera
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Its just a hobby but its unique. Taking a roll of film and developing it is the beauty of it all. It’s like you’re developing memories. One thing I love about it, they can’t be changed. They're memories that will last a lifetime.... (more »)
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