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22nd NYC PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST 2016- 1st Place Winning Essay by Cindy Dias (William Cullen Bryant High School )

Immigration reforms have been recognized as a national issue and played a crucial role into the history of the United States of America. Immigration has been a relentless source of economic strength and demographic vitality throughout our nation’s history and foundation. 904 more words

Climate change is adding fuel to the Fort McMurray fire – and it's okay to say that

If you would like to support the aid in Fort McMurray, you can donate to the Red Cross here, or by texting REDCROSS to 30333 ($5 donation per text message). 616 more words


TV Shows Are Finally Ready to Have a Serious Talk About Religion

Rape, murder, incest, violent crime, drug peddling, human trafficking — the stuff of television drama is much more about vice than about virtue and its expression as religious faith. 671 more words



The end of the school year is coming up; I’m in half’s about how I feel about that. Some pros are, is summer, is gonna be fun! 111 more words

Dalrymple: Lessons I hope Apple's learned from last year’s Apple Music introduction

”News came today that Apple is planning a major revamp of Apple Music at its Worldwide Developer Conference in June. This is welcome news for sure,” Jim Dalrymple writes for The Loop. 173 more words


'The Americans,' 'David Copperfield' and the Trick the Drama Pulled Off

Don’t read on unless you’ve seen “The Magic of David Copperfield V: The Statue of Liberty Disappears,” the eighth episode of the the fourth season of FX’s “The Americans.” 1,784 more words


Why One Christian Blogger Says She "Would Rather Die of Dehydration Than Drink Beyoncé's 'Lemonade'"

Beyoncé’s Lemonade may have drawn high praise from many celebrities, but it left a sour taste in one Christian blogger’s mouth. 228 more words