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“Pepper’s Journey” By Phoebe Dainer

14 May 2019

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Ever since 2010, I really wanted a dog. When I turned 8, my mom agreed to let me and my sister get a dog as long as we mostly took care of it on our own. We finallyfound the perfect one in July of 2013. A fluffy, playful schnauzer poodle who didn’t care for toys […]

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Untitled, Charlotte Imredy

22 January 2019

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Stirling Castle – Scotland Bear Lake – Colorado San Diego – California

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2068 C.E. by E. Yamamoto

27 November 2018

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The street lights slowly blink on, as I do my homework in my residential unit.  I wait for #1138 to arrive.  As if Accelerated Global & Diversity Class (AGDC) homework was not hard enough, my burnt arm begins to throb uncomfortably again.  I limp (due to my broken kneecap) over to the unit’s QuickAid kit […]

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The Sea by Elola Eckford

27 November 2018

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Waves crashing against a shore, The tide is coming in. Cold seeping into a wetsuit, Hearing the sea sing.   Ripples in a rock pool, Seaweed tangles your feet. Catching fish in a net, Fingers sifting through the sleet.   Water rushes over my back, I jump these tidal waves. Diving, gliding through the sea, […]

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The Story of a Smile by Ceylin Erkan

27 November 2018

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“Smile, say cheese!” I heard the photographer exclaim, his voice echoing against the walls of the auditorium. He had spent about an hour trying to arrange the way we stood and looked as the students of the Orphanage of London. Anyways, let me first start by introducing myself. My name is Rosaleen. Including the past […]

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How the Pencil Stole Erasers by Gabriel Echeverry

27 November 2018

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Chapter 1   Ca-Ching! Jackson hears the typical sound of his mother’s cashier. Jackson’s mom owned an artifact store that was known all around Canada for all of the rare stuff they sold. They had from thousand-year-old pottery from all around the world to a baseball hit by Babe Ruth in a Yankees game. “Hi, […]

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The Rope Bridge By June Tun and Carolina Sapriza

30 October 2018

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    “The Rope Bridge” By June Tun and Carolina Sapriza There once was a little girl named Mary. It was her birthday, turning seven years old. Her mother had promised her that after she picked up her sister from school, she would bake her a chocolate cake twice the size of her head. “But don’t stray […]

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To Kill A Mocking Tyrant By Eden Arnoff

30 October 2018

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To Kill a Mocking Tyrant” By Eden Aronoff I wake up at 2am to train. I go to the secret gym, so nobody will notice me. I click the air and a bright, silvery screen pops up. I scroll down and go to the gym settings and press on the “weights” button. A silver, 30-pound […]

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Perspective by Samantha Lin

23 October 2018

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If a giraffe were to look down on a human It would think, “What a short creature this is.” If an ant were to look up to a human It would think, “What a tall creature this is.” But if the human’s friend came up to them They’d say, “I am just as tall as […]

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Wispling By Kathryn Fredy

23 October 2018

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Prologue – Brooksway, New York The early morning sky was dark and cloudy, the same as it had been all night. Off in the distance, a storm was brewing. A bolt of lightning flashed across the sky, followed by a clap of thunder that would have been heard across the entire state. No one in […]

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