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  • Hi Brooklyn, I am interested in your research topic. In my opinion, students should wear school uniform but schools should not be too strict about uniform. Students should be able to use their imagination to make some proper changes about the uniform so that everyone is unique and students will enjoy wearing them. However, teenagers make poor…Read More

  • Hi Jazmin, it is interesting to know the story of your nickname. Culture as well as environment is a big and important factor. So how do you want to people call you then? Do you have a preference? I am on the opposite of your situation. Most of my friends and family members will call me by my nickname. I feel weird when people call my full name now.

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    In the article Having the College Money Talk, author addressed some questions and suggestions that every family need to consider before they make any decision about colleges. Money is one of the biggest factors of

    "Having the College Money Talk"

    In the article Having the College Money Talk, author addressed some questions and suggestions that every family need to consider before they make any decision about colleges. Money is one of the biggest factors of making the choice. On...

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    • I think that this article is extremely relatable. Most kids our age are stressed about finding ways to pay for an absurdly expensive college education. College in this day and age is ridiculously expensive. Staying in state in one thing, but if you’re hoping to go out of state, that’s another story. There are schools that are upwards of $70,000 per year. I think that everybody should have the opportunity to go out of state for college at an affordable price. The current college financial situation is ridiculous. Here’s an article that you may find interesting: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/marc-joseph/its-too-expensive-to-go-t_b_3935231.html
      Great post!

    • Hannah I think this topic is very important and especially is relatable for high school students transitioning to college. College has become very expensive and it is hard for some families to pay even if you are a brilliant student. It saddens me that people who want to learn and get a job are hindered by money. When you do get a loan it puts you in a major hole from the time you graduation making your life a lot harder. I think college should be more affordable especially for people trying to go out of state. Things defiantly need to change for students to have a profitable future.

    • I agree with this article college is very expensive and many students have a hard time paying off the debts. When students take out loans, it does put them in further debt and they wont able to pay it off. It will take them a very long time to pay off the debt. College is expensive and people should know this.

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    Hannah commented on the post, Where I'm From

    Hi Chea, I like your poem. I feel like this poem is pessimistic and stanch. I am wondering what inspired you to write this poem/choose the meaning. As a suggestion, this poem can relate to oneself at the end so readers can better get the meaning of this poem. Thank you for your poem!

  • Hi Jenessa, inversion is a serious issue in Utah, especially in Salt Lake City. Environment issue is a long lasting problem and I think it takes time for us to solve this problem. I found that “on Tuesday, January 2nd, the PMT2.5 particles in Utah were between 60 and 80 micrograms. On that very same Tuesday, Beijing’s levels were 67” really i…Read More

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