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Factory Farms Leading to Antibiotic Resistant...
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Since the 1900s antibiotics have been used to treat illnesses and reduce the numbers of deaths and are now used in animals. But this use of antibiotics can lead to antibiotic resistant bacteria… And now that factory farms use these... (more »)
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Choosing College: Welcome to the Rest of Your Life
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#NextFour and #Accepted trend on Twitter every May with eager high school seniors posting photos of themselves in their respective colleges sweatshirts. Every year, the rate of posts about college on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat... (more »)
Unfair Helpfulness
By , Wyckoff, NJ
Affirmative action is the policy of favoring minorities who have suffered from discrimination within a culture (Merrian Webster). Colleges partake in this policy because they want their schools to be more diverse. However, in trying to make... (more »)
Wet Paint This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Start with wet paint dripping from the bathroom walls. A drab white appearance, dull enough to bore those who enter. My father hammering a rusty nail into the wall in order to hang a watercolor painting of a boat peacefully gliding along a... (more »)
A Pledge to Real Learning This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I’ve dreamed of attending a university for as long as I can remember. I imagined an almost Utopian intellectual community. Experts would mingle with curious students and inspire them to create great things. Dinner conversations would be a... (more »)
Commuting to College This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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In August, I was supposed to move into my college dorm in Rhode Island. The car was loaded with bedding, decorations, and clothing, ready to depart for my next chapter. However, I couldn’t get into the car. Ultimately, I decided to... (more »)
Stressing About College: A Cautionary Tale This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
By , Atlanta, GA
I have a tale to tell, and it’s not a happy one. I’ve always been a pretty focused kid. I realized in seventh grade how important it was to go to a good college. I distinctly remember sitting on a train in New Mexico with my... (more »)
Lauren’s Story: Sexual Assault on College Campus This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Lauren. Her eyes gleamed as she talked about her passions and dreams. Her smile was contagious. She spoke with a soft voice that was too delicate to interrupt. I could tell her heart was pure. In college, innocence is a rare trait, but I saw it... (more »)
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Dear College This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
By , State College, PA
Dear College, I would very much like to attend your school, despite my non-existent 4.0 GPA and below-average SAT scores. Sorry, but I am not a straight-A student nor a nationally recognized award winner nor a Nobel Peace Prize... (more »)
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Dear Literature Tests This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Dear Literature Tests, We have a problem. And, don’t worry, it’s not your usual, “English is awful, blah blah, I hate reading” junk, I promise. Honestly, I love you. I mean, not you in particular, but what... (more »)
The Problem in Front of You This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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If I’ve learned anything from my media-consuming procrastination initiatives, it’s that adults love to romanticize the teenage experience. Directors such as John Hughes (“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”), Rick Famuyiwa... (more »)
Why I Wanted to Go to a Different University... This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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From the moment I was born, I seemed to be part of a set, as if we were a package deal, with my twin brother David. We faced constant comparisons in our physical appearance, like the fact David is eight inches taller than me, our personalities,... (more »)
Who Am I?
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Who am I? I am Kingitoni. I am a student in High school. I am Christian. I was born in February 8 2003. I am from East Palo Alto, I lived there for 10 years.  Then moved to Sacramento in 2012. I live in a house with my mom, dad, ... (more »)
My Life
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Albert Einstein once wrote “Learn from yesterday, Live for today, Hope for tomorrow”. Im Jesus Meza an athlete and a high school student.  With both sports and school I emphasize practice. Sports matter to me because I grew up... (more »)
Why Do People Hire Editors?
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Lots of people use editing services, through their education, in their private life and at work. Sometimes it is because the person writing needs a helping hand on a certain editorial problem . Other time is it because the writer does not know... (more »)
Freemasonry & Religion?
By , Los Angeles, CA
Prevalent notion is that Freemasonry is not a religion, nor is it a supersession for religion, it is a brotherhood. However, one organization in the U.S. transmuted all that.   They call themselves the Sinagogue of Satan. Founded... (more »)
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