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Redemption for the San Francisco 49ers
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The Seahawks-49ers rivalry is known to be one of the best rivalries in the history of the National Football League. There is absolutely nothing that can separate these two football powerhouses apart. Just recently, the Seahawks won their 1st ever... (more »)
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"Ball is Life"
As I walk into the gymnasium, the sound of the leathery basketball bouncing echoes throughout the whole place while people yell, grunt, and run around sweating. Beneath my Nike’s I feel the wooden floor and see how gloriously shined it is, ready... (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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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 Nostalgia
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A few days back I finished a novel I had recently bought. I now scanned my bookshelf in search of another to reread. My eyes hit the Harry Potter series. Without stopping for a thought, I gently pulled it out and started reading again. I just... (more »)
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Clone Wars
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Every girl is carrying it. It is this year’s best ‘accessory’. People are lending it to each other. Hundreds of facebook groups have been created on it. There are deep discussions on it. And the biggest debate going on is who is better-... (more »)
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A Soul's Reflection
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I am writing now to present you with a question. 'Tis a question that has haunted the minds of young artists and elderly artists alike. It is one of those questions that can be answered in several different ways. Each one as correct as the last.... (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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White Paint on Canvas
When I begin to start the process of painting a landscape, or a beautiful portrait of any kind, I start off, by choosing, and looking at all the different perspectives and paths I can go about on how to draw, and perfect the masterpiece I would be... (more »)
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Freedom of Expression
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Art isn’t just sketching drawing and painting. No, it’s much more than that. Art is writing, poetry, acting, singing, dancing; art is anything. Art is what you want it to be. Art is like beauty, it lies in the eye of the beholder. Art... (more »)
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the art on the wall
I personally thinThe that graffiti is a form of expressing yourself. Some people may think that graffiti is just writing on the wall or that since its graffiti that it just has to be gang related. If you’re one of the people that walks by a... (more »)
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The Scarlet Letter
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“The Scarlet Letter”, the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne is about a woman named Hester Prynne who changes from the sinner of a Puritanical town to the holiest of them all. After giving birth, she is on the scaffold and is forced to wear... (more »)
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Gregor Samsa’s Alienation
“At the office I fulfill my obligations outwardly, but not my inner ones, and every unfulfilled inner obligation turns into a misfortune which does not find its way out of me”. Kafka explores his personal battle between doing what he... (more »)
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For the writers...
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Call us completely insane. Look at the facts and take a step back -- it’s hard to see why anyone would want to be a writer at all. But, alas, a many brave souls strive forward, imaginations buzzing, pen in hand and spill their hearts... (more »)
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The key to power
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“ I hate Reading!” Those are the words that librarians , teachers, parents, and booklovers round the world dread to hear. Many children say they hate to read but do they really? I mean you have to read to survive in this world we... (more »)
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Nursery Rhymes Not Child Friendly
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Most every one has at least heard one nursery rhyme in their lifetime. Many children learn nursery rhymes from being tucked into bed at night and sung to them by their parents. I know that’s how I learned all the ones I know. We are taught... (more »)
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