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    Articles by Teens

    How to get a fair trial by jury with media bias

    Fair Trial

    This essay was written by guest writer Steven Schwartz. The sixth amendment of the United States Constitution says that the accused must be granted the right of a “trial by jury,” a jury comprised of unbiased citizens. However, are we really granting this right to the …

    Cyber Bullying Among the Youth


    The following is an excerpt from student Denisse Lim’s thesis paper, which she wrote for her school the MGC New Life Christian Academy in the Philippines. Her paper addresses the causes, effects and prevention of cyberbullying. Introduction With the rising rate of Filipino Internet users …

    Be not Prejudice: Austinian Pride

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    “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.” So begins the leap, the lark, the plunge into what is one of the most acclaimed novels of all time. One need search no …

    Taking a Lick at Flames- Should I Start a Fire?

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    Fire. The force of nature that vibrantly destroys and razes all that falls into its ashy wake, may be a tempting object of interest. It’s easy to be fascinated with fire. Who hasn’t thought about roasting a marshmallow on a Bunsen burner in chemistry class, …

    Where the Red Fern Grows

    Where the Red Fern Grows

    The following book review is written by teen contributor Alyssa Miller. Read her bio below. Where the Red Fern Grows is a novel by Wilson Rawls. The book is an inspirational coming of age story for any reader. The story begins with the main character, …

    You Can Do it- Be an Educated Job Hunter


    Are you feeling a little like your diving blindly into a dog-fight for jobs in an economy that’s in a place that needs plunging? You’re not alone. You might feel ready to answer the archaic call of Rosy the Riveter and jump into the job …

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