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  • Nonfiction > Memoir
    Lunch was always my favorite period at school. I would scour through the large crowd of hungry students, searching for the lunch table. I would smile as I saw three of my friends already sitting in their usual spots. Soon, more people filled the empty spaces. Our elbows touched and our shoulders rub...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
    In a room full of fidgety and nervous sixth graders, one girl stood out as the only confident one with a bright smile. She sat next to me and placed her Harajuku folder on the desk. I continued to see that folder as she sat next to me in every other class. As the days passed by, our simple polite ...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
    “Blooming,” by Lucy Massad, is a heartfelt and sincere poem that any teenage girl could relate to. Her poem conveys a feeling of desire and hope as she describes the wonderful feeling just one person can give you. She refers the feeling the person gives to her as roses blooming inside of her. ...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
    I was touched deeply by Callie Storie’s personal article, “Learning to Love”. Her anecdote told the story of the lesson she learned from the tragic death of her father. In her writing, she mentions that being a southern girl, she grew up as Daddy’s Girl. Even though I now live in the city, I...
  • Opinion > Points of View
    Josie Luetke’s poem, “Screw ‘What if,’” spoke to me and was able to inspire me. In this poem, Josie talks about the horrible events in the world and how we could easily do more exciting things without thinking, “what if”. This poem should motivate the society to drop the pessimistic at...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
    I agree with Brielle Black’s point of view in the November issue of Teen Ink. Her article, “Youth Lack Life Skills,” discussed the lack of life skills in the youth today. I completely agree with the points given in this article. Brielle talks about the youth in today’s society and how they a...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
    I agree with Brielle Black’s point of view in the November issue of Teen Ink. Her article discussed the lack of life skills in the youth today. I completely agree with the points given in this article. Brielle talks about the youth in today’s society and how they are completely absorbed in being...
  • Reviews > Music Reviews
    After a two-year hiatus, Boys Like Girls is back with “Crazy World.” This upbeat, pop-rock band creates music that will definitely get you dancing. Their fast-paced music will instantly put you in a good mood. With inspirational lyrics and catchy tunes, this album suits a variety of tastes. ...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
    Self-Harm is a very difficult obstacle to overcome, but teenager, “Karen” tells us about her journey in her article, “Conquering Self-Harm.” This article really touched my heart and helped me realize how words can really hurt a person. It inspired me to stand up to bullies at my school and t...

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