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The so-called wave of the future. Everything these days is technology driven. We even have computers small enough to fit in the palms of our hands, just a pipe dream 20 short years ago. Most of...

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There is an ongoing discussion in this nation about school uniforms, whether or not they help with behavior problems, and increase test scores. As an eighth grade student at Delta Middle School, I...

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In China, as in many non-English-speaking countries, everybody bemoans the loss of traditions and the gradually diminishing respect for the native language. I have been told this by the media, and...

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