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    Aimee Camarena's article, “The Wonderful World of Facebook,” gives us the lowdown on the characters we see daily on social networking sites, from the annoying to downright idiotic (as if we didn't already know them). We've all seen the flood of statuses that pour in whenever some mild stratosphe...
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    Laura H brings up an important and necessary message that needs to be heard in today’s consumerism-consumed world: we must draw a line somewhere. Her article Murderer! details the harsh and senseless genocide of Marshmallow Peeps. What must happen for us to realize the cruelty we are forcing on to...
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    Concussion Repercussions, by Pavit P, describes the many steps professional football has taken towards reducing the long-term effects of concussions in the sport. While I see often that many players complain about no longer being able to play “real” football because of this, they are being enact...
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    “A Geek’s Guide to Love” by Maia S. is one of the most ingenious, insightful pieces scribed with various marks and symbols to communicate a message that I have had the pleasure to grace the cones and rods within my retina. In it, she aptly describes with proper punctuation and varied vocabular...
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    “Midnight in a Perfect World” by Kriston P is a twist on the science-fiction genre that is profound and lighthearted. The first-person narrator’s interaction with his robotic servant, Marvin, after having a jarring realization has you thinking about some deeper meanings in life without getting...
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    In her review of the novel “The Hunger Games,” Rosalie B says that the story has “a lot of problems” and “many plot holes,” a sentiment that, along with her other negatives of the book, I must disagree with. She firstly calls out the character Prim’s lack of development, who she sai...
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    Lexi S, author of “Prayer Ought to be in Schools,” has apparently forgotten to read some very key parts of the Constitution. She says that Christianity was the very basis upon which our country was founded, and that it is what can “save” America” from its downward spiral. According to her,...
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    The October issue of Teen Ink holds many articles; the bulk of which are horror works. But “How I Changed for the Better,” by Jonathan D, is a true story that deals with a different type of fear; the realization that what we say can and does push people to the edge. Jonathan starts out as ma...
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    “The morning after noted child prodigy Colin Singleton graduated from high school and got dumped for the nineteenth time by a girl named Katherine, he took a bath.” And so begins award-winning author John Green’s novel, An Abundance of Katherines. The book is filled with mathematical formulas,...

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