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Restrepo vs. What I Thought

For my Girl Scout Gold Award project, I interviewed elderly citizens in the community and collected their stories into a book. Almost all of the men had been in some war. Usually Vietnam or Korea. Sometimes World War II. Not … Continue reading

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A Foreword from the Editor

To our readers, In the interest of journalistic integrity we at the New Yorker feel it is necessary to make sure you understand that this article is a dramatization of accounts of the SEALs. Although this article is based off … Continue reading

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The Tragedy of Our Generation

“That must be a depressing class.” That’s the response I get most often when I tell people I’m taking a class on the post-9/11 world. “Actually…not really,” is the only thing I can say without going into too much detail … Continue reading

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Jessi, Emily, and Arielle’s Idea Sketch

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