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A Little Positivity: Chicago Teen Develops Vaccine That May Fight Colon Cancer (DETAILS)

Kevin Stonewall, 19, could be on his way to curing cancer.

The Chicago teen, who works at a Rush University lab in Ashburn, discovered a critical age-related drawback in an experimental vaccine to prevent colon cancer in mice. 361 more words


Some intangible consequences...

I got interviewed this morning for article about class size. I don’t know how long interviews are supposed to take, but this one took 25 minutes, and her focus was the impact that insufficient funding has had on students across the nation. 1,029 more words


The bottom being the top

I woke up this morning feeling sad, angry, and dumb. Images of the night before paraded in my mind as if they knew how much they were taunting me. 438 more words


Stop Saying That (Week 1)

“Today’s youth are snotty, lazy good-for-nothings who always ask for handouts and don’t know what a good work ethic is. The government just gives them money to shut them up! 265 more words

TBT: Finding Heart Chapter 5

It was a long night; in fact it was an extremely long night in my mind. The nightmares continued until the early hours of the morning, and I couldn’t stop tossing and turning. 788 more words



I was driving down a street along Alausa, having just finished answering a call, when a LASTMA official, suddenly, opened the passenger door, entered and jam-lock…ed it. 334 more words


too many teens think this...

So what do you want a monologue for? You runnin’ short on judgment and need to catch up? Let’s face it, anything I say can and will be held against me in the court of dad. 281 more words