Nonfiction

Ignorance and Apathy: an Analysis of Japan and America’s Values

by Kai Mandelbaum, age 14

The Vietnam War

by Allie Smithie

The Accident

by Sophia Lindhardsen Dahl, age 12

Junior School

by Jonathan Wallace, age 13

Schoolwork Aiding Websites: Innocent Aid or Devious Cheating?

by Benjamin Samuels

World Sweeps Coal into Dustbin of History

by Amanda Hao, age 13

CHANGE & CONTINUITY IN APOCALYPTIC THOUGHT

by Ella Berg

Romeo and Juliet Revisited

by Alice Goyer

The Dangers of Stereotyping by the Media

by Mayeesa Rahman

The​ ​Dilemma​ ​of​ ​a​ ​Debater’s​ ​Moral Integrity

by Talin Schell

You Could be Next

by Jasmine Berger

The Benefit of Female Education on the World

by Maleeha Rahman

The Murder of Mary Phagan

by Eve Cohen

Work of Tomorrow

by Noah Phillips

A Mindful Macbeth: How “Hand” is Used in Macbeth to Represent a Relationship Between Mind and Body

by Delilah Shapiro

Good Night, Bad Night: The Black Night in Macbeth

by Dexter Pakula

Energy, Empowerment, & Entrepreneurship: Female Figures in American Literature

by Sofia Caruso

Whitewashing: Bringing Color to the Screen

by Jared Klegar

Frankenstein, Not Gloria Steinem

by Ariana Reichler

Dinah’s Voice Must Always Be Heard; A Speech Examining Vayishlach (Genesis 34) Through A Feminist Lens

Laughter Heals All Wounds

by Asha Romaine, age 16

On Conspiracy Theories

by William, age 12

Child Soldiers

by Alex Lynn, age 13

Misogyny and Bullying in North and South America

by Ayel Vivares, age 13

Social Skills and Social Media

by O.C. Brown, age 14

Jazz in Education

by Kai Mandelbaum, age 13

Teaching About Islam in Schools

by Gabriela Venegas, age 13

Baseball Nights

by Sarah Cymrot, age 13

A Rainbow Appears

by Steele, age 15

Basketball Should Not Be Done with One-and-Done

by Michael Spenner, age 15

Cooking: Bridging Past and Present

by Jeremy Shen, age 12

My Road to London

by Andre T., age 12

Apocalypses, Real and Imagined

by Hannah Wilson-Black, age 17

A Collection of Fears

by Serena Lee, age 15

Don’t Kids and Teachers Need a Break to Function?

by Bina Klein, age 12

Learning to Respect

by Blair, age 13

Pokemon GO Should Not Be Given Another Chance

by Saujas Modi, age 12

An Overview of “Overwatch” : Best Game of the Year

by Levi Grossman, age 13

Getting a Pet

by Blair, age 13

Great Compromise

Kaitlyn Kong

Nuclear Fusion: Persuasive Document

Caleb Painter

All Kinds of Kinds

Rahat Huda

Asian Discrimination in America

Claire Yu

A Study of Feral Children

Grace Yu

Magic Essay

Anonymous

Theater

Eliza Sarah

Under Which Condition Do I Work the Best?

By Shoshi, age 12

Angst Declassified: Teen Survival Guide

By Beatrice Forman, age 15

The Hidden Cost of Hamburgers

by Anonymous, age 13

Second Draft Essay

by Anonymous, age 12

Kids’ Political Power

by Elizabeth Strickland, age 12

Domino

by Justin Liu, age 13

Book Review for Sand Dollar Summer

by Hailey Cunningham, age 12

A Void In My Life

by Noah Phillips, age 12

How to be a Friend 101

by Justin Lu, age 13

Gluten Free is NOT a Fad

by Jordanna Palmer, age 14

Make America Great Again

by Lily Tepper, age 15

The Guy’s Perspective

by Bryce Hauver-Reeves, age 15

Starting School

by Amelie Galvez, age 12

Criminally Unjust: A Tale of Two Justice Systems

by Johnathan Stimpson, age 16

Food Entry 5

by Sophie Young, age 16

Yellow Paint

by Jordan Ferman, age 12

St. Mark’s Place

by Mirabella Chau, age 14

Dear Bully

by Sarah Waring, age 12

The Ugly Journey

by Nathen Garson, age 13

Twin Survival Guide

by Jessie Rosenblatt, age 13

Adding More Languages

by Amelie Galvez, age 12

NFL Playoff Predictions

by Gabriel Ritter, age 13

Dear Flip Flops,

Anonymous

Being Nice

By Eleanor Mammen

Fire at The Don Cesar

by Lily Davis

Not Sure What You Mean by Unrelatable: A Study in Humanities

by Jane Herz