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  • Hot Topics > Community Service
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    It was huge. At least three feet high. Taller than any toddler could reach. And pink. So much pink that my eyes smarted. I hadn't seen that much pink since my friend's birthday party in second grade. Honestly, I don’t think I’ve recovered since. I had never been one for dolls. To be frank, the...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
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    In 2011, about 1.3 million car crashes occurred due to texting while driving. As a result, 3,360 people died and 337,000 people were injured. In fact, texting makes a car accident 23 times more likely to happen. The devastating consequences resulting from texting while driving demonstrate that a b...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    Hundreds of faces eagerly stare at the stage, their faces expectant. Almost desperate. Bodies lean forward in anticipation. Every girl - all 112 of us - meets their eyes with disguised gazes of anxiety, smiles plastered upon our faces. Our hair, make-up, dresses . . . all  beautiful, but wit...
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    Money, money, money; it’s what makes the world go round. Those with money have power. Those without . . . a lack thereof. And what comes with the constant flow of money in our world? Debts, debts, debts.   Today, the total US consumer debt - which includes student loans, auto loans, mortgag...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    Logan Lerman? Nat Wolff? Being a teen girl with the weakness of attractive male celebrities, those names caught my eye before I even saw the title. Little did I know that I was in for a cinematic journey that had little to do with just a couple pretty faces (but let's be honest - they were a major...
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    Imagine a world devastated by lack of resources and a failed economy. A world built for the rich, a prison for the poor. Imagine a world with a chance to escape to unreality, to hope, to comfort – a chance to escape to a virtual utopia. This is Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. Wade Watts seeks...
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    A spark of interest ignited within me the moment I opened “Fangirl.” I carefully read the inside cover of the novel, and my attraction skyrocketed as my eyes latched onto one word. Twins. “Fangirl,” by Rainbow Rowell, was about twins. Funny, really, because I’m a twin - and the n...
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    Ah, Twilight – the most controversial topic since tandoori chicken versus plain chicken. Yet here I sit, a critic with a laptop and a strong opinion, vying to obtain the lead role in the dramatic play that is the Twilight debate. No, not Team Edward. Not Team Jacob. Team Volturi: Make Them A...
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    There are books in life that grasp your heart and warm your soul. There are books with words that melt on your tongue and linger in your mind. There are books with such raw emotion, you can feel it seeping out of the pages. There are books with characters so alive they practically leap out of the ch...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    My eyes snap open to utter darkness and an incessant beeping. I turn my head to the source of the sound and glare at the digital red numbers of my alarm clock. “Shut up!” I groan, grabbing a random pillow and chucking it at the device. The pillow knocks the clock off the shelf. The beeping so...

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