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  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    "Alice's" article got me thinking about the hypocrisy of American society. It is true that many people are quick to announce their support of the troops when they look the other way as they drive past a scraggly-looking man begging for spare change on the street corner. This homeless ...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
    That’s what one sticky note read on the “Wall of Worries” in the Childhelp Center in Phoenix. This “wall” was a three foot by six foot piece of paper hung solemnly in the therapy room of this building. And it was plastered witch sticky notes. The purpose of the “wall” was for mistreate...
  • Nonfiction > Educator of the Year
    Add 30 eighth-graders to a science lab full of chemicals and what concoction do you get? With Mrs. Tavernaro as the teacher, the possibilities are endless. She is every junior high student’s ideal teacher. As I walked into her room as third period bell rang, I just knew class was not going to be l...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    "Muddled Images", by Dina N., sincerely touched me. As a Mexican-American, I can understand how people can judge and categorize based on your appearance. When Dina said, "The Egyptian race is a mix of African, European, Arab, and Asian influences," I realized that your cultural heritage varies from ...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    Looking for Alaska is a witty and heart-warming book with a philosophical insight on life that gives the reader lots to think about. I, without a doubt, would recommend this book to anyone in search of an interesting read. Looking for Alaska's author, John Green outdid himself with his novel. Thi...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    I enjoyed reading “Niñitas” by Melissa L. Nowadays, parties seem like over-the-top, superficial public declarations of who has more money. Just look at MTV’s “My Super Sweet Sixteen.” It was refreshing to see that Melissa felt like she didn’t need a party to transition from girl to woma...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    I thought Stephanie S.'s article, "A Hair's Strength" was really emotional and thought provoking. When I read it, I saw Mary as a girl who really cared about her personal image more than her health. When she saw that she had lost her hair, it seemed real because what girl wants to go bald? The thing...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    I almost agree with Jack G.'s article "Dear Jack". I say almost because he is both right and wrong. Jack seems negative and pessimistic when he says that "The cold, hard truth is that most people don't get their dream job..." Yet, he states that you should believe in yourself. to me the article seem...

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