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Editorial- smellycat

Vaping Takes Control of Teens The teen vaping epidemic persists. The government, media, and schools must do a better job in educating the young malleable minds of teenagers through informative advertising strategies. This year the rate of teen e-cigarette users … Continue reading

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Op Ed Draft- smellycat

The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SATs) should be abolished based on the accessibility upper class families, like Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, have to beneficial tutoring outlets- or bribing tactics that work, which middle and low class families do not have. … Continue reading

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Writing Plan- smellycat

Thesis: The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SATs) should be abolished based on the accessibility upper class families have to beneficial tutoring outlets that middle and low class families do not have, for being a poor representative of college readiness, and for … Continue reading

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Op-Ed- smellycat

Facial recognition software does not have the right to categorize humans based on their appearance. Not only are humans at fault for mislabeling other’s race and sexual orientation, but now computers are doing it too. Additionally, “AI algorithms will soon … Continue reading

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Robust Verbs-smellycat

Vancouver has a huge problem with heroin addicts committing crimes that support their drug addictions. Heroin users specifically, will go to extreme measures to get the awful drug. Crime rates are high because of heroin users from them breaking and … Continue reading

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Better Left Unsaid- smellycat

1) Children who are raised by parents who vote, are more likely to vote. 2) People are far more likely to vote if their parents are voters. 3) As genetic testing has proven any times, the residents of death row … Continue reading

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Editorial Draft- smellycat

Vaping Takes Control of Teens The teen vaping epidemic persists. The government, media, and schools must do a better job in educating the young malleable minds of teenagers through informative advertising strategies. This year the rate of teen e-cigarette users … Continue reading

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