Facebook Activity



Teen Ink on Twitter

Home > Advanced Search

Advanced Search Results


We found 11 items that match your search.
Switch to basic search »
Refine advanced search »
Results per page: Advanced search
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “Step Out of Your Isolation Zone” by Whitney Jester is a moving article about isolation, a serious problem for teens today. Although it might not seem that teens are being isolated in society, given the growth of social networking and instant, long-distance communication, in reality, they are. I...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    In the article “Don’t Standardize Me,” Alix M strongly and boldly shows her view on the well-known and respected standardized tests— chiefly the SAT and ACT— administered annually to high school students in the United States. She exposes their occasional drawbacks and unfairness, making a ...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “End the D.A.R.E. Dynasty” by Sarah Collins exposes the failures of the D.A.R.E. program and encourages people to stand up to improve their government. D.A.R.E. is supposed to be one of the foremost combatants of the greatest cause of death in America each year: drug and alcohol addiction. Howev...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “End the D.A.R.E. Dynasty” by Sarah C earnestly and truthfully penetrates into the faults and failures of the U.S. D.A.R.E. program, encouraging people to stand up to improve their government. The D.A.R.E., Drug Abuse Resistance Education, program is supposed to be one of the foremost combatants...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “Txting: the Gr8 Deb8” by Teresa Chen and “Texting While Walking” by Jake Langevin definitely bring out some new points about the controversial and highly debated topic of teen texting. Although it is easy to become entirely biased in an argument such as this, Teresa and Jake have handled th...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “This Work is Patent Pending”, by Melinda P, uncovers most of the flaws that are in the United States Patent and Trademark Office clearly and concisely, with several excellent examples. Her main point in the topic, that the U.S. patent office causes a decline in innovation, not an increase, is v...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “The Gosling” by David Chernack is a unique piece that will touch readers. It beautifully recounts the author's experience with a Canada goose gosling in the wild, and is sure to leave you reflecting on his ­interaction with nature. David creates a clear, honest, and detailed narrative, maki...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “The Gosling”, written by David C, is an interesting, unique tale that is sure to touch the reader. It beautifully recounts the author’s experience with a Canadian goose gosling out in the country, and is sure to leave you reflecting on this exciting incident with nature. David writes this...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    Kate Beckman beautifully sums up social interaction between teens nowadays, in her article “Discretion: Teens' Greatest Fear.” Somehow most teenagers have forgotten what public discretion is today – where communication with anyone and everyone has become almost instantaneous and effortless. Th...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    Although The Hobbit, which is now over eighty years old, may seem like a boring old fantasy tale, it proves to be far more than that. Written by the “grandfather of fantasy”, J.R.R. Tolkien, it naturally has all the usual aspects of a fantasy: a good vs. evil plot, different imaginary creatures,...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “My Syria” by Nadia A. portrays Syria so accurately. The media has reported extensively on the Arab Spring but never from such a personal perspective. Nadia can deeply relate to the Syrian uprisings. The article shows that the Arab Spring has great meaning not just for the citizens of those Midd...

Launch Teen Ink Chat
Site Feedback