We welcome essays, articles, blog posts, projects, talks, books, videos, and documentaries in all subject areas.

From the 2017-2018 school year:

Intentional or Lucky?, an argumentative essay by Abhay

Negativity, a social commentary by Matthew

A Message, a personal piece by Adrian

Obsession, a mostly unedited social commentary by Anonymous

For Any Beginning Skaters, a piece inspired by a memorable word/phrase, by Teresa

From the 2016-2017 school year:

Finger Slaves, a personal narrative by Marissa originally published on Teen Ink

From the 2015-16 school year:

Taking a Magnifying Glass to the Brown Faces in Medieval Art, by Gene Demby of National Public Radio

Click the Cliques Away and No, I Did Not “Hop the Border” To Get Here, social commentaries by Julian originally published on Odyssey

Fascination with Balloon Art Grows into an ‘Ausome’ Opportunity, an article by Stephany Bai, NBC News (with video and photos)

Echoes in the Home News Tribune, an article by Susan Bloom

Teen Ink has published six pieces by Michaela, including nonfiction/personal narrative.

From 2014-2015 school year:

Why Our Education System Needs to Change, a LinkedIn post by Vallab

Neural Basis of the Phonemic Restoration Effect, a research article and project by Shweta (conducted at Columbia University)

For links to professional videos, articles, and ideas related to STEM education, click here.

For links to inspirational articles on creativity and other topics, click here.

The National Gallery (in London) is Erasing Women from Art History, by Griselda Pollock of The Conversation

Reality is a feature film about climate change by Vallab, the Executive Director of Earth Youth Environmental Society (trailer, film incomplete).

From 2013-14 school year:

National Patriotism and the Significance of America’s Youth, an award-winning essay by Shweta

Happiology:  The Science of Creating Your Happiness, a published book by Sahil


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