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A Film Review of “Bully”

The movie “Bully” was an emotional movie that everyone should watch. Although the bullying in Alameda may not be as severe as in this movie, everyone needs to realize the extreme effects of bullying. I felt that this movie was sad because the harassment starts with name calling, and then it elevates into physical bullying…

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Shy

Remember that one girl in Algebra last year? You never really talked to her; she never really talked to you. Or anyone, for that matter. She kept to herself. While you were determined to find someone to talk to, she was simply determined to find the value of “X” using the quadratic formula. The teacher…

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Forever Alone

It’s everywhere. The phrase “Forever alone” seems to endlessly pervade our hallways, homes, and Facebook walls. We’ve all said it at some point, recognizing it as a witty comments to blurt out at just the right moment. But is that really all it is- a comment? Or does it mean more to the people hearing…

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Building Bridges

Bullying at Lincoln Middle School has been thoroughly addressed by not only students but teachers. The other day a friend of my moms invited me to sing for her 6th and 7th grade class at a local school in Alameda and talk about bullying. I was extremely excited and eager to see how the kids…

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