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    The piece “Open Up” is about someone that finds it difficult to trust people. It is challenging for her to give and show trust. People call her “guarded”. She compares herself to the Bastille. Contrary to the famous quote, she would rather never love at all then have loved and lost. I c...
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    I really enjoyed Tori's Educator of the Year contest entry in the April issue. I instantly connected when she described Mr. Breitlow as a “great teacher” since I was fortunate enough to have one as well. I was touched with Tori's explanation of how Mr. Breitlow wanted to follow in the footst...
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    I read “It’s Not Funny”, an article in the March issue of Teen Ink. This was written by a teenage girl that was raped. When she hears someone joke about the concept of sexual abuse, she becomes angry. The person does not understand what they are talking about. Experiencing something like this ...
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    “School Start Times: A Wake-Up Call” by Kristen is in the February edition of Teen Ink. This piece suggests beginning school later in the day. Many issues are discussed. The author says that many teens aren’t getting enough sleep. She then talks about the effects this could have on their healt...
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    “Pursuing the Mexican Dream” is a piece in the January issue. It is the story of a child whose family were unconsciously illegal immigrants from Mexico. After a year, they were forced to return to Mexico. In the end, the narrator decides that this is for the best. I greatly enjoyed this piece, b...
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    “You Stole My Obama Sticker” was a piece published in the December issue. It is about a Romney supporter tearing an Obama sticker off the author’s car bumper. The narrator was annoyed at the poorly thought-out action. She didn’t see why they thought it was necessary. I liked the author’...
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    The article “A T-Shirt Travesty” by Danielle M is about how some products, such as shirts, show girls as having no desire or ability to pursue education. Some shows have intelligent female characters that are respected, but apparently the fashion industry is still in the process of catching on. ...
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    F. Scott Fitzgerald’s writing is very famous, even though his works were written in the 1920s and 30s. After hearing so much about him, I decided to read one of his books. I read Flappers and Philosophers, a collection of eight short stories in the realistic fiction genre published in 1920. I cann...

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