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  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    Almost every teenager today knows what a selfie is. For those of you who don't, it is a photograph that you take of yourself, usually using a smartphone. According to Pew Research Center, 91 percent of teens have posted a selfie online. As of today, more than 31 million Instagram photos have be...
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    Just after reading the first paragraph of "Educate, Don't Incarcerate" by Cooper Kelley, my jaw dropped open. This well written piece about how our country spends more money on incarceration than education is absolutely stunning and shocking. Kelley has won me over in believing an...
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    Imagine yourself being chased by menacing, armed men in an electrically powered car. When you reach 88 miles per hour, there are flashes of lightning. Then, you drive by a welcome post, and you see that you're in 1955, three decades before your time. You know no one, no one knows you, and you have n...
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    I would like to thank Hannah Hebert for her article "Little Manipulators". It brought me a hearty chuckle and made me more aware of what my younger brother could do. But on a more serious note, I must also say that the older sibling could give the younger one a "taste of his/her own m...
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    "The Aftermath" by Libby Hoefler has slapped me awake into the reality of the world. People die. It could happen over time or happen abruptly. This vivid description of how much pain, grief, and sorrow that Libby is in has left an impact on me. And after reading, I had to agree with what s...
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    "Take Believe" has taught me a valuable lesson in life that could not be explained clearer. Holly says, "Imagining who we want to be is the first step to becoming who we are supposed to be." Never hearing this, I never thought this way. I believed who you want to be will come by ...
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    Reading "My Father's Name is #3022" I felt sympathetic. Never before have I heard a true story about a person who falls in this category. Now having read Jack Solls' narrative, I come to realize that artificial insemination can be helpful for single women who want to have childre...
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    Reading Dakota Lawson's article "Bus Driver Roy O'Dell" made me smile. Not always do kids get such kind and caring bus drivers. Not only that, but I believe that Roy's actions could benefit the kids he drove to school ( and now Teen Ink readers) by motivating them to do good...

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