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  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
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    Say our ancestors rose from the dead. For all they’d know, an Apple store would be a place of worship: An obscure, pagan temple where people of all circumstances commute to pay homage to the pretty, shiny lights that drive our choices. Stepping into an Apple store is like walking into a cult. I fi...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    Last summer, I visited Israel- the place of my childhood- for the first time since I moved to Colorado. It was important to me to experience Israel as a citizen, and not as a tourist. I knew that teens my age were then preparing for their mandatory 2-3 year military service. Although I consider myse...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    There is so much to be said about the message of Les Miserables. So much I can't even put into words. I found it so relatable. So touching. So timeless. So timely! I am going to write a little bit about my Les Miserables experience. I just need to sort out my thoughts, since the music has be...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I want to talk to my future self. I want to see myself a year from now, about to finish off senior year, ready for college, and have a conversation with her. I want to tell her how uncertain everything feels now. How I have no idea what I want to do, Who I want to be. How I am complet...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    “Great Expectations” Review I did not have great expectations for the book “Great Expectations.” As a matter of fact, while finding out that students had to read this “masterpiece” over summer vacation, I groaned to my greatest-teenager extent. I did not know much about the book; only...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    “I love you!” The emotionless words echo in my ears, your corny songs are like taunting jeers. You are a big purple Dinosaur with thunder thighs, green spots, yellow toes, and heavily lashed eyes. Your voice is torture, torment to my heart, how I long to rip you apart. And yet, my baby ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The rant I was on had started as soon as I got home from work, and seemed unlikely to cease. As my fist came down on the dresser for the hundredth time, I, yet again, shouted in a flurry of raised and angry words. Tina, my wife and soul mate, was patiently watching me. “I’m telling you, Tina...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
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    It is a topic that inevitably comes up with every solemn conversation; one I have often heard my parents broach upon with friends over coffee, dinner, or a simple walk. Somehow, (when outside of politics), it comes up casually and conversationally… although this question evokes the highest controv...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    What picture does the word “cute” evoke in your mind? I see a baby opening it’s large, curious eyes, giggling an infectious laughter. I hear the squeal of tiny puppies, as they trip over one another in competition for their mother’s milk. I see a Toy-Story school set, which will one day be ...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
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    It is an extreme irony that while any sane person on Earth yearns for peace, it is the thing that is near impossible to achieve. With shootings, attacks and bombardments happening at this very moment -battles that have been going on for years- a wakeup call brings many to realize that worldwide peac...
  • Nonfiction > Heroes
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    Israel is not an easy place to live in- a natural born citizen alone deals with war, political conflicts, and extreme religious differences. Although I was born in Israel, I moved away too young to adjust to the confident, aggressive, and independent personality that is a must in the area. It was wo...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    School is tough. The pressure to be socially accepted is overwhelming. The need to be perfect is unbearable. The school year is a time in which you are enveloped in a realm of constant work, drama, and competition. Academics and homework are exertion enough. Socializing is work, too. In “the lan...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Life’s not fair. What an annoying thing to be told. Perhaps it’s under specific circumstances that make that three-worded phrase so irritating. A husband tells his spouse that after a denied promotion. A mom announces this to her son when his twin brother gets the cooler action-figure. Pare...

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