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Welcome Back to the Blog! 2022-2023 Writers

Welcome to the Student Blog! Our 2022-2023 writers are so amazing. We will be covering a wide variety of topics this year and we cannot wait for you to read them all. Let's meet the writers! Jeremiah Washington Hello! My name is Jeremiah Washington, and I'm currently a student atKhan Academy. I joined this school because I heard it allows students tolearn at their own pace. I like this idea because I like not being constantlyoverwhelmed with the busiest schedule a person can have. I'm only in likethe third or...
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Mary Edwards Walker

Written by Elizabeth Pardhe Born on November 26, 1832, in Oswego, New York, to abolitionist parents, Mary Edwards Walker, the only woman to receive the Medal of Honor, was the first female physician in the United States Army. She applied to join the Union Army as a medical officer, but...
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Two People I Admire

Written By Elizabeth Pardhe When I think of someone I admire, I always think of the two most important people in my life, my parents. Born and raised in India, they both came to America for better opportunities for themselves and their children. They traveled by plane over the 8,788...
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Anna Pavlova: Inspiring Generations

Written by Caroline Livingston Anna Pavlova, born in 1881, is best known in the dance community as the creator of modern pointe shoes and an inspiration to us all. She was the inspiration behind the infamous role, “The Dying Swan” has been said to be one of the greatest ballerinas...
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Upton Sinclair: An Investigative Journalist to Admire

Written by Gideon Batai The person I look up to most is Upton Sinclair. Upton Sinclair isn’t exactly a household name, but he is one of the parents of the modern labor movement. He’s best known for his 1906 novel; The Jungle exposed the horrific conditions of early 20th-century meatpacking plants....
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Vulnerability

Written by Natalie Mendoza To be vulnerable is to be brave,A courage which many are too afraid to show;Many of us humans wonder -Will anyone accept us if we let our weaknesses be known?Will anyone care about us or will we be left all alone?There will always be one person...
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Taking a Break

Written by Elizabeth Pardhe As the end of the semester draws near and finals and assignments pile up, it can be quite easy for one to become overwhelmed. However, it is important to be able to handle the stress of getting good grades, understanding the topics, and finishing all the...
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