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  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “How to Paint Your Room” by Erica Schauble is an eye-opening reflection about the seemingly mundane task of repainting one’s room. Erica describes the emotional changes a person goes through when changing the color of their “sanctuary.” She describes the necessary steps that need to be per...
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    Faint sobbing echoes in the doctor’s office, emanating from two adults clutching each other. A boy sits on the examination table, shock lining his face as he realizes that he may never see again. His young sister stands to the side, wondering why tears were running down her family’s faces, like ...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    “‘Slow Down, Pete’” by April Seymour was a powerful, intriguing article about the narrator, “Pete,” and her father. The author tells of her father’s struggles as he gets older. She reminisces the days when her father was much more fit and healthy, easily climbing mountains with the nar...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    Through the passionate article “So What If We Can't Vote?” author Claire ­I. ­explained a growing problem in our nation. Both voters and underage citizens, especially teenagers, are growing increasingly ignorant about political matters. In ­today's society, most teenagers don't car...
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    The article “Coloring Outside the Lines” by Zoe Ziff shines light on a common problem in urban civilizations today. Graffiti is constantly looked upon as vandalism and is illegal in many places around the world, such as in the United States. However, Zoe Ziff shows that this street art is benefi...
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    The article “Double Standards” by Emma Montgomery reveals the stereotypes of females in today’s society. She states that females are considered the weaker part of the community. They are thought of as weak and innocent by the general population. These clichés are shown in life and in media, s...
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    “Simple Things” by Eric Matthews was a thoughtful, meaningful article that expressed the author’s opinion on the world. Eric disliked the way society is now structured when compared to the past. He believed that humanity had become more informal and less expressive. For example, he compared El...
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    The inspiring article “Screw ‘What If’” Josie Luetke told a version of world peace through beautifully written verses and lines. Josie creates many unique scenes to combat violence and war through fun, childish alternatives. For example, a substitute for dropping bombs on enemies would be to...
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    The Points of View article “Youth Lack Life Skills” by Brielle Black showed that teenagers today do not know important skills, such as knitting or cooking, that will greatly help them in the future. Most schools do not mandate learning these abilities. So, students are at a disadvantage when the...

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