Top Voted Letters to the Editor

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Boy Scouts Is For Boys This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I can appreciate Rik Bhattacharyya's acticl "Boy couts Is for Boys" o a few points, first off, i'd lik to agree with your thought that co-ed troops would cause more trouble for camp leaders, who woud have to keep watch at night i case of teens... (more »)
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Labels we live by: Review This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"Labels We Live By" is an outstanding piece discussing the journey many people have to face when breaking out of the labels that were given to them the moment they are seen. Anudeepa Ramachadian, the author, speaks about his experience and how... (more »)
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Kenyon Review This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I love the article “Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop”written by Sophia Cetina. It is a story about high schooolers joining a pre- college camp in Ohio and how it happens during the summer.I can relate to her because college is a big part... (more »)
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"I Have A Name"
Wow Matthew Esselsrom, that article about how your grandma didn't accept your choices as a Transgender male is really touching. I have many friends who aren't accepted by their peers and guardians sexuality and gender wise. Thank you for sharing... (more »)
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Fighting for my generation This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Jamie Margolin goes above and beyond to support her cause of fighting for the future. Taking hours out of the days to do what most other teens wouldn't ever want to do. It seems that the voices of the younger public are always being muffled out... (more »)
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Fans want Football, not protest
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I found Jaden Kaplan’s article very amusing because of the fact that it didn’t talk about how the players were doing it to be heard but how the sport was losing its fans and “ratings were down by 11 percent”. These players were... (more »)
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My Battle with Mental Illness This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I found Erin’s article “My Battle with Mental Illness” extremely moving because everyone has “lights and shadows in their lives” and Erin struggled with a “ dangerous downward spiral of depression and PTSD”. She had a happy bright... (more »)
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My reaction to " Boy Scouts is for...
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       The “Boy Scouts is for Boys” article truly connects with me. This article by Rik Bhattacharyya illustrates my opinion on the recent changes the Boy Scouts Organization made over the past few months. I think it would be a better... (more »)
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Health Class Failure
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I can relate to Tim McAuliffe in,Health Class Failure, when he wrote about Lgbt in his article. Even though I can relate to Tim, I disagree when he says”Lgbt teens miss three times more school, have exponentially higher rates of depression and... (more »)
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Addition
The poem "Addiction" written by Nicole Stoupas really moved me when she described how she been affected and she talks about her feelings. "I'll live here as the memories crack just wait for her to come right back. I sit there and I ice the burn,... (more »)
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I am enough
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I am enouigh, by Kay Lawrence is a beautiful poem to describe the feeling from the singer in a show as looking to the light in a dark room. A big round of applause for Kay for your article by showing a great feeling from how much love and strong... (more »)
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Labels We Live By This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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In the article, "Labels We Live By," I agree with the statements that Anudeepa Ramachandiran has stated in their article. Although some people are correct when they assume someone's ethnicity or personality, many tend to just "brand people"... (more »)
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How to Support People With Disabilities This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"How to Support People With Disabilities" by Lauren Ofman is very a very heart touching story. I agree with Lauren when she says," People with disabilities don't need us to speak for them"..."They need us to listen..."(28). Their are many teens... (more »)
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Boy scouts is for boys
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         I strongly agree with this artice Rik Bhattacharyya. You have a valid argument agenst the movement to change the (boys only) boy scouts to a non-gender biased organization. boy scouts have been around for a long time, and shoud... (more »)
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The Butterfly Effect
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   A big round of applause for Ann for her article "The Butterfly Effect". It is very true "that every action has an equal and opposite reation", and why it is best to avoid temtations in order to always do the right thing. In addition, your... (more »)
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Texting can wait
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I wholeheartedly agree with keith Arnao in his article about phone's being an issue while driving in "TCW'.When we use our cellphone's while driving that puts you in risk and others. Even though people think they can text and drive at the same... (more »)
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