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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Over the span of my seventeen years on earth, I have come to one complete and utter conclusion. I have decided, without any compounding or scientific evidence, that nothing, and I mean nothing, stirs up as much emotion in my family as the discussion (and consumption) of Turkey Hill ice cream product...
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    Swim coaches have a secret. Every swim coach in history has known what I am about to reveal. I am not a swim coach, but I still have full understanding of this hidden knowledge. It takes sophisticated deductive reasoning. The secret concerns the mysterious award granted to the “Most Improved Swimm...
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    Dear Magistrate, I would like to introduce myself, but I have no formal name with which to do so. I am instead confined to convey the names that I have heard whispered about me: Monster, Creature, and Fiend. How, may I ask, would you feel if others referred to you only by your looks? It is becau...
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    As Jane Eyre approached Ferndean, the current residence of her beloved Mr. Rochester, many thoughts and feelings ran through her entire being. The anticipation and excitement she felt outweighed her nervousness and regret by a margin. As she made her way closer, Jane’s body unconsciously tensed. S...
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    When most people first see me, ‘Look at how big he is!’ is most likely running through their minds. Well, that doesn’t faze me a bit. You can call me big-boned, overweight, or even, gasp, fat, but I don’t mind. These are handles of love, baby. My love with food. The others are envious. “He...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    In the book Nickel and Dimed, Barbara Ehrenreich chronicles her firsthand experiences as a member of America’s low-wage workforce. Ehrenreich’s work depicts the nation’s working poor as barely scraping by. The book thoroughly debunks the notion that any person, with grit and determination, can...
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    Into the Wild is John Krakauer’s look at life and death of the enigmatic Christopher McCandless. In April 1992, McCandless, age twenty-four, ventured into the Alaskan wilderness and never returned. His remains, weighing just sixty-seven pounds, were discovered nineteen days after his death in an a...
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    In the book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell challenges the notion of how success is achieved. Gladwell’s thesis states that there is logic behind why certain people are more successful than others, and this logic has more to do with opportunity and legacy than a person’s measured IQ. Success, Gladwel...
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