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A Valuable Education

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the first definition of the word education is “The process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university.” If you asked high school students what the point of going to school … Continue reading

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13 Reasons (Why?)

*WARNING: 13 Reasons Why spoilers* About two weeks ago I sat down on my bed and opened Netflix. I kept scrolling and scrolling until, wait. I scrolled back up. In the Netflix Originals section there was a poster for 13 Reasons … Continue reading

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College (and Life!) Bound

There comes a time in every senior’s career when they have to start picking colleges. Now, I’m far from being a senior, but I started thinking about colleges after going to the East Coast during spring break. Through all my time … Continue reading

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#BringDCGirlsBack

While scrolling through Instagram, I came across a startling post. In the past 24 hours, 14 young black girls have been kidnapped in Washington DC. Even more astonishingly, it has taken an outcry on social media, not pure human concern, … Continue reading

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The truth behind my acceptance to college

I recently got into my top-choice college, California State University Northridge (CSUN). I applied for the Cinema Television Arts department, which is very competitive. I was shocked that they accepted me, because they didn’t ask for any teacher recommendations or personal essays. … Continue reading

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fire and ice

fire and ice she was burning with fiery, passionate love she had eyes of burnt ember and they sparked every so often she wanted to envelop everyone in a comforting warmth she became her kids’ campfire so she could give … Continue reading

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A Penny for Your Consent

BuzzFeed is known for its clickbait and quirky news updates. But, occasionally they use their large following for good use. A video titled “Would You Steal $5?” is a perfect example of that good-doing. A simple message is put across … Continue reading

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