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Book review of A Child Called It by Bryanna Gary, The Voice A Child Called It, written by Dave Pelzer, is  his retelling of his early life. Having been born into a family with an abusive mother and a father who rarely intervened when his children were both verbally and physically attacked. He describes the […]

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How to improve your teacher recommendation letter experience by Sierra Raheem, The Voice As the last year of school approaches for the Class of 2016, it is now time to prepare for college applications. One aspect to prepare for is the teacher’s recommendation letters. Letters of recommendation can be a great assistance to help give […]

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How to cure summer bummer

Productive things to do in your time off by Alec Nass, The Voice As we all know, the seniors have left and now summer seems just within our reach. We love to fantasize about what we want to do over the summer, but when it finally comes we end up sitting around all day. There is so […]

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NBA finals > school finals

by De’Asia Sutgrey and Kris Lubang, The Voice The stage is set. The 2015 NBA finals will crown either the Cleveland Cavaliers or the Golden State Warriors.With the finals approaching on June 4, fans on both sides are gearing up to cheer on their favorite teams. In fact, this year’s Finals is already making records. […]

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Spinning a web of equality

  Media ushers in a new wave of feminism by Aminah Beg, The Voice Feminist: a person who believes in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes. On May 1 the movie Avengers: Age of Ultron came out. The film and director, Joss Whedon, received much backlash over the leading female character, Agent […]

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