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Book to Movie Adaptations Deserve a Rewatch
Films and books have two distinctive styles of storytelling.
“My Vote Doesn’t Matter”
Imagine winning a Congressional seat by one vote.
How To...Survive AP Classes
From a procrastinator who always pulls through.
Avoiding the Hazards on the Road to Higher Education
Drowning in debt with no college degree is a calamity.
For Young Immigrants, Memories Bring Home a Little Closer
For many immigrants, the most important possessions they bring with them to their new country are their memories.
"America, it's not me. It's you."
Keep Your Pepsi. The World Needs Action!
The neglect of the environment today will impact tomorrow’s world.
Ask Ellie: How to Lose Friends
(If I was rich, I’d contact a therapist.)
No Alternative Facts: The Obama and Clinton Effect
Their stories bring hope for improvement into reality.
Outward Bound Leads to Inner Growth
By facing physical and mental challenges, students become extensively prepared for life
Youth voters urged to cast a ballot
It’s a privilege to vote, therefore on November 8th, those who are 18 should take advantage of it.
With Challenges Posed By ISIS, Climate Change, Crushing College Bills, Donald Trump—Do Teens Still Have Faith In The Future?
Throwing Darts At The Donald
“How Can America’s First African American President Be Succeeded By A Racist, Sexist Ignoramus?”