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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    May was a strange month for New York weather-- random downpours and days that seemed like they were from all four seasons served as proof that Mother Nature can rarely make up her mind. However, on the 22nd of May, the day of our field trip to the 9/11 Memorial in Manhattan, she did. The skies were ...
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    Although I love poetry, I find the multiple-page section of just poetry can get overwhelming at times. Many of the poems are beautifully written, but I find myself skipping over some to read the ones that are particularly eye-catching. Unfortunately, these skipped poems are actually well worth the r...
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    New York City is so much more than flashing lights and tourists. While Luca Foggini's poem, published in the February issue, “NYC,” is descriptive and well-written, I wish it didn't portray such a stereotypical image of New York City. It describes the business, light, and odd street perfor...
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    Despite being placed under the “Fiction” section of Teen Ink’s January issue, “Tissue Flowers” by Zoe S. portrays a harsh reality that many individuals in real life can attest to. In the short passage, Zoe takes note of the change from colorful, tissue-paper flowers made for Mother’s Day...
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    After reading through Spencer W’s “The Ghost of Christmas Past,” I couldn’t help but be reminded of all the Christmases I took for granted when I was little. In this article, which was part of the December issue, Watson discusses the shift in his Christmas experiences as time went on. What w...
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    So the mother of Anita L, author of “To Wear A Hat,” an inspiring article in the November issue, doesn’t particularly agree with the “childish” parts of her daughter's fashion sense. According to her mother, a penguin hat, which usually receives many comments about its cuteness, simpl...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    One of the many lies they tell students in high school: “We want to hear what you have to say.” Or at least, that is the viewpoint of Melinda Sordino, the protagonist of Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. Anderson’s tragic, yet inspirational first novel takes place during Melinda’s first year ...
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    Chelsea Stratton's “How I Became a Murderer” tells the sad story of her experiences in “the art of euthanasia.” While some deaths of shelter animals are justified, she recalls one in particular that was not – a once-aggressive pit bull who had been trained and made sociable. Still, no one ...

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