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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    Mistakes are unacceptable. Evaluate yourself, find the flaw, and correct it. Expose the defect and eliminate it. I have believed this precept for my entire life. I can do more. I can do better. Be the best. Don’t let anyone get in the way and don’t let yourself make excuses. Perfection is possi...
  • Hot Topics > Pride & Prejudice
    Her eyes widened with surprise and then narrowed with contempt. She then asked coldly “What are you then?” “I’m Hindu,” I said calmly, not averting her eyes and refusing to let her stare me down. “My whole family is Hindu. I’ve been going to temple every Sunday since I was four.”...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
    Schools can put up as many posters as they want. They can lecture us and say “zero tolerance” till they go blue in the face. There is no way to prevent bullying. Bear with my cynicism, please. There’s no way to cut out bullying because it defies all attempts at eradication. Whenever those affe...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
    A man’s gurgled scream reverberates through the room. An official stands impassively while he pours water onto the face of the man. He screams and screams, his brain receiving thousands of impulses, all conveying the feeling of drowning and death. This man has experienced torture, in the name of ...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
    &doiIn the twenty-first century, the death penalty takes away a part of our humanity. The desire to murder is immoral on various levels. The notion of killing someone, other than under the circumstances of war or self-defense, is fundamentally erroneous. The death penalty should be abolished as it i...
  • Opinion > School / College
    Albert Einstein once said, “Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” Even he saw the obvious fallacies in testing. The basic purpose of school is to equip us for success. That's what teachers, principals, governments, and oceans of bureaucrac...

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