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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    He never considered himself brave or confident, really. Any distinguishable features he may have possessed were lost among his awkward sense of ordinary, a mediocrity he subconsciously sensed. He was, simply put, the kind of person you associated with the color gray, or quite possibly, no color at a...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    A picture may be worth 1000 words, but 140 characters can say so much more. With the decreasing popularity of Facebook, Twitter use has increased exponentially. The augmentation of Twitter users has led to extremely rapid communication, a glorified version of “the grape vine.” With the ability t...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    When does evening pass to day? Does the night cease when you sleep, and then begin anew when you awake from a fitful slumber? How can one be sure of a new day, when the previous one never met its end? These questions hold no answers; the day begins when one wants it to. One could sleep for fifteen o...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    Some would describe high school as being an endless barrage of monotony and judgement. People complain about the cliques, the stupidity, the feelings of being an outcast and a loser, and of course, the homework. I do not share these feelings. Yes, high school isn’t always fun. And yes, there are m...
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    12/26/12 1:57 AM As I talked to my mother about her life earlier that evening, it occurred to me that I wanted to look back at this random journal entry, many many years later, and regard my teenage years without a sense of regret. Of course I have regrets. Everyone does. Mine mostly lie in how I...
  • Hot Topics > Pride & Prejudice
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    Discretion: a rarely applied social skill in which one does not divulge every single aspect of their personal life to the general public. In this day and age, teens might find it challenging not to partake in the constant over-sharing and name-dropping that takes place on social networking sites l...

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