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    In Kellen G’s article, “Suspend Suspensions,” she argues that out-of-school suspension is an ineffective method of punishment for many reasons. Firstly, suspended students miss out on important class time and often don’t get to make up the work they missed. Second, for students who have be...
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    In her article, “Dear Sexist Pigs,” Alexandra Zurkan described how the chauvinistic boys in her algebra class constantly demean women and how degraded it makes her feel. Just like her, I believe that this is a serious topic that can affect many negatively. This piece was written in a sarcasti...
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    I can picture it now: the chilling music from Jaws humming in the background, the iconic, pointy fin cutting through the murky water, a moment of confused silence, and then BOOM! The shark has once again proven how murderous it can be. However, in the article “Afraid for Sharks,” Isabel O prote...
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    “True Beauty,” by Elizabeth M, is an article that discusses a current hot topic in society. Women today, especially teenage girls, experience the suffocating pressure of beauty. While there are many pieces encouraging girls to be self-confident and love themselves, “True Beauty” portrayed th...
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    “The Sound of Acceptance” by Sarah Fraas was an article that raises awareness about gay or lesbian parents. This is a topic that most people are uncomfortable with, but others often make fun of it. However, the children of homosexual parents are the ones experiencing this prejudice and trying to...
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    The article “Throw Away the Makeup” by Amy G helped me realize something very important. While applying makeup is viewed by some as a fun, grown-up activity, it is actually harmful to girls in physical and mental ways. First of all, skin absorbs some of the makeup applied to it. This is dange...
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    I thought you were special I thought you were cool I thought you loved me But you used me as a tool What you did I will never forget Part of me hates you But part of me loves you yet I will be haunted On that I would bet And while I may forgive I will never forget...
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    “Playing the Part” by Jonathan McKenney is a captivating fiction piece that left me with chills. Vivid descriptions of setting and emotion, combined with the second person point-of-view, make you feel as if you were dropped right into the scene. The whole thing can't take more than a few min...
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    I was apt to read a piece about The Hunger Games anyway, since the trilogy is one of my favorites, but the review by Rosalie Barrette really caught my attention and shocked me. First of all, I couldn’t tell if it was positive or negative. She seemed to be recommending the novel, but also frequent...
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    When I'm alone, I stare at the clouds. They look so happy, Fluffy and white and smiling. But I wonder if, On the inside, They're just searching. Searching for their true shape As they float by, And not the one People name for them. Kind of like me....
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    Trista Pintavorn’s college essay, “I Hate Shakespeare,” in the November 2011 issue is certainly one of the most relatable pieces I have found in Teen Ink. In it, she explains the story of how she came to not only accept, but admire and revere Shakespeare’s work. It is a humorous tale, yet it...
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    I was sitting by the window Just sitting. Actually, Just watching. Watching the tiny droplets of water Fall from the sky and Slide down the glass In a race to the bottom. And I remembered. I remembered tiny rivers of water Much like these, But saltier, Running down my face. That day...
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    First there were ten: a group of strangers invited to a private island, cut off from the rest of the world, who have nothing in common – except a murderous past. Then there were none: one by one, an unknown person is killing them off. They’re the only people on the island, so they must assume th...
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    The review of And Then There Were None, written by Agatha Christie, by Alexia Bacigalupi in the October 2011 issue had me hooked right from the first sentence. I had read the novel before, but this review reminded me of every reason for its place on my Top Ten list. And Then There Were None is a...

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