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    You are a prisoner in Texas, and about to be put to death. Just about everyone else in your position is allowed a special last meal, and yet you receive a cup of mystery meat, soggy vegetables and various other just-edible foods that make you feel ill. Does it seem fair? Do you want to be just like ...
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    The article “Educate, Don’t Incarcerate” by Cooper Kelley got me thinking about a lot of things. He describes America in a not-so-positive light, describing how America “spends more money on its inmates than its students.” He threw a bunch of statistics that would’ve gotten everyone quit...
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    In the article “Fast-Food Nation,” “Alison” describes all that is wrong with fast food in America in witty prose. She comes across as funny and sarcastic, highlighting all of the bad things and the ways they are seen by some. For instance, in the paragraph labeled “Convenient,” she says,...
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    You are haunted by the war, reliving it every night in dreams of blood and death and confusion. When you wake up, the dregs of the nightmares are still there, with you every day. This was the life of Dr. John Watson before he met his roommate and friend, detective Sherlock Holmes. Created by Stev...
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    “Numbers” by Laura Woodland is about her experience with seeing herself as a number—as seeing how many sizes down her choir dress can go before she’ll be happy with her weight—and then overcoming her weight obsession. It all started in middle school, she said, when her choir dress size was...
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    Emma Montgomery and I share the same views on the standards of females, as shown in her article “Double Standards.” Emma writes about how females are “supposed” to be—aka cute, quiet, unassuming, shy, etc. She mentions how they’re “supposed to be the sidekick or the love interest but ...
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    The article “A Total Stud” by Stevie Hunter is about her experience working at Gap—or rather, what she was told what she had to change about herself to work there. One of the managers had said she couldn’t keep her nose piecing, even though nothing had been said about it when she was intervi...
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    Alice’s article “The Sistine Closet” struck me hard with its not-so-secret meaning behind the wonderfully written poem in stanzas addressed to the famous artist Michelangelo. And that message is one that everyone’s heard a million times before but some aren’t taking seriously or are ignori...
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    Brielle Black makes an excellent point in her article “Youth lack Life Skills,” where she points out that the current generation is lacking the life skills they need to survive outside of school. And, even worse than that, it’s not their fault—it’s the schools’. The schools taught home e...
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    Just in case. Isn’t that what we all think, when we do something unnecessary—just in case the car breaks down, or the phone dies, or a million other things? That irrational fear is demonstrated in the phenomenal story by Andria Wu in the story “Just in Case.” The piece shows just how ...
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    The piece of fiction submitted by Yuliya Klochan was one of the best I have read in this magazine. “The Last Symphony” is about how, when the Armageddon has come, a group of humans decide to die: they choose to go out to Beethoven’s fifth symphony. Her writing is exquisite, containing just the...

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