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  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    I recently read a book that made me so mad I put it down and started talking to my sister about why people assume that just because you believe in God you must hate/secretly hate gay people. “I know what you mean!” My sister said, and went on to tell me about her college roommate who she only f...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    To write, or not to write; that is the question Whether it be better to put pen to paper, to take That final leap of faith and to disrobe In front of a critical audience, watching As a soul is bared for their amusement, Or to shut the words up so the clamor Reaches that deafening pitch as the...
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    “I feel like the third Manning brother” he said and we were sitting like we always sat on that old couch in the old house with the old dreams in our heads and old beer in our bellies. Nothing else, just staring at the television Saying he felt like the Third Manning Brother and...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
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    For once I'd like to watch a television show and see life as it actually plays out. Kids getting up before the sun rises without the help of parents, making their own breakfast, packing their own lunch, waking up younger siblings so parents could sleep after coming off the graveyard shift, finishing...
  • Opinion > Spirituality / Religion
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    I spent the second night of school copying our school’s calendar into my new planner and got to April. And sighed. Why does the school – and the world at large, actually – insist on calling Easter Break “Spring Break”? I would understand if it was a week long and the point was to spiri...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    As I’m writing this, I’ve just stepped in from a thirteen hour band rehearsal. I was sweating. I was swearing. I was in tears. I’m one of the lucky ones. Why are our band programs disappearing? In my native South Jersey, five of the schools we regularly compete against won’t be in the cir...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    The silence spoke volumes and Tim paused, suddenly terrified of what may be lurking behind the door. Slowly, he withdrew his hand from where it hovered in front of the door and stared at his house in horror. A sinister something hovered in the air around his childhood home, not quite a smell, a ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    November. The word itself snapped with the cold brittleness of the wind and weather it brought. The field at Annapolis was green, beautiful, when we first marched onto it in file lines, each of us brown and gold, the school's version of being Patriotic. Soon enough I crouched, waiting for the f...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    A woman, crying, gives her friend a drug that they both know is lethal. No, it’s not an ending to a Hallmark movie, but an act of kindness. Her friend, a young boy, was dying from cancer that will kill him in a month. A month of prolonged suffering, where he’ll end up counting down the days, hop...
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    It would be difficult to go through this world without believing in heroes. While every person wants to believe they are intelligent, or strong, or special, it is also comforting to know that there are people in our lives who are braver or humbler or kinder than the average person. Everybody has the...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    Prince Christopher was nine when he first thought of the matter of fate. It was next to his brother’s bed as Alexander lay convalescing. Christopher had begged his father for three days to be allowed to see his beloved older brother and the king had only just granted him permission. “Brot...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “I don’t know.” John said suddenly, making Dave stare, confused. The two brothers were criss-crossing their ways across the country in an eighteen wheel truck containing the latest “product”. They were truckers for the same “company” their father had been hauling for. It was, quite lit...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    She dealt in books. Hardcovers with pages that turn under your fingers and tickle your senses with the smell of the past or the musty odor of a title that’s been shelved for awhile. She’s also a writer, but she’s neither successful nor inspired, and a writer without words cannot be counted as ...
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    You step onto the field and feel the Green of the fake grass through the White of your shoes and the White of your socks and the White of your skin, the Green that stretches out in front of the line of Brown and White uniforms as you all wait for the first Black drum to make its first Black beat tha...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Based on the Walrus and the Carpenter by Lewis Carroll The sun was shining on the school Shining with all its might It did its very best to make The school bricks hot and bright And this was odd because it was The middle of the night. The kids were bored as bored could be The chalk was d...
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    The first ten minutes of the last hour of my life were spent in silence. It was that awkward silence you have around someone you have just met whom you know you’re going to be around for a while, like a roommate or step-sibling. The kind of silence that rises like a wall and suffocates sound a...

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