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    Marisa S's piece on spending spring break with her grandma is very relatable and has a valuable lesson. It's about learning to appreciate the things others don't have the privilege of having. It is important to spend time with and respect your elder relatives. This first person narrat...
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    “The Wonderful World of Facebook” is a hilarious, relatable piece on the different types of people that you often come across on facebook. It mentions captain obvious, the grammar nazi, and the preschooler. It then proceeds to give descriptions of the different types. No matter who you are, this...
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    Grace McNeely's article titled "Funny Girl" yielded a lot of emotion. This article is relatable to me, and it is a genuinely well written memoir. I enjoyed reading it very much. She is able to succesfully her personality in a short piece, and that is just one of the reasons why I enjo...
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    Some would question the large amounts of maquillage that our society is accustomed to using. Amy G, author of the article “Throw Away the Makeup” is no exception. In the piece, Amy goes on to describe the way that makeup is viewed, and why it shouldn’t be used. Personally, I agree. Makeup is j...
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    Cody P's review on "Kid Cudi: Man on the Moon II" was a piece that entailed the works of a new upcoming hip-hop allstar. The author first gives a review of each song, and why he thinks negatively of them. Then he goes on to explain how the album does have some positives about it, ...
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    "Price Tag" by Lucy, from Cambridge, MA, really gives an insight to how money is viewed in her household. She goes on to describe how her perspective on money changes from when she was younger to now. Personally, Lucy's experience with money is very similar to mine. My family ha...
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    Jonathan B’s article- “Sex: Would You Like Love With That?” Is a really raw description of how sex is depicted in society today. He goes on to say that “Parents should teach morality, values, and respect[...] most reasonable parents will not condone their child engaging in promiscuous sex....
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    “How I Changed for the Better” by Jonathan D was a truly eye opening article. In it, Jonathan writes about how a trip made by John Halligan, the father of a boy who committed suicide, changed his life for the better. This article had a positive impact on me too. After I read it, I realized th...
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    According to www.sciencedaily.com, teen suicide rates have gone up almost 8% in the past year alone. This is one of the premises of the award winning novel "The Perks Of Being A Wallflower" (or Perks, for short) -written by Stephen Chbosky- where a 15 year old boy’s best friend takes his...

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