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  • Nonfiction > Heroes
    I submitted an article to the Heroes section of TeenInk somewhat recently. It basically said that I don’t know if I could choose only one person to call my hero. I have thought about what I said and while thinking, I decided that I do have a person whom I can call my hero. Some people may say a...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    First of all, the fact that someone can put their own problems behind them and still think of others is a quality I wish more people have. I would love to get a chance to meet Charlotte. She seems like an amazing person to be able to overcome her difficulties and help others with theirs. I cannot co...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    Although I don't agree with Matt 100%, I do agree with many of his points in the article. There are girls in my school who will pay $300 for a dress, $30 or more for jewelry and about the same for shoes and I haven't even thought about how much they spend on tanning and getting their hair and nails ...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    Everyone has experienced rejection. ­Inevitably, some of it is deserved and some of it cannot be prevented. Can you imagine how thick Teen Ink would be if they published everything teenagers sent in? Although being published in this magazine is not a contest, I believe it is comparable to one. If y...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    I thought that the way the situation ended in 'First Kiss' was cute, not to mention romantic in kind of a corny way. I've been somewhere with a friend and we won't have any idea what's going on because we will get ourselves lost in our own little worlds. I liked this article because I can relate to ...
  • Nonfiction > Heroes
    If a person is asked who their hero is, many people would have a definite answer. Some people may say one of the several Civil Rights activists is their hero. Others may name a former (or current) president, vice president, senator or someone else involved in government. The list of people's heroes ...

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