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Ignoring the Counter-coaching in a Paintball Contest

A few summers ago I watched our 18-year-old son participate in a real X-ball paintball tournament. With sophisticated paintball guns that shoot 13 paintballs ...


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Reasons for Image Obsession Among Girls

In an article for Psychology Today magazine, Hara Marano writes about the constant pressure girls face concerning their image. Deprived of an internal ...


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Someone Is Watching

Syndicated New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, a keen observer of world trends, devoted a recent column to the idea that technology has made everyone ...


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Friends Can Cause Obesity

The New England Journal of Medicine recently exposed another factor that contributes to obesity: a person's circle of friends. Statistics say it isn't ...


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Children Pressured to Be Normal

For more than 30 years, Gordon Mackenzie worked at Hallmark, eventually convincing the company to create a special title for him: "creative paradox." ...


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Abu Ghraib and Peer Pressure

Pfc. Lynndie England pleaded guilty on May 2, 2005, to mistreating prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. England became a central figure in the ...


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Cheating on an English Test

Allison Asimakoupoulos writes in Campus Life:

My first grade teacher, Mrs. Ayres, taught me things I needed to know to start school right, including one ...


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Supermodel Kim Alexis Advocates Modesty

Kim Alexis was one of the first American supermodels in the 1980s. She was on over 500 magazine covers, including Vogue and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit ...


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Mark Twain's Wife Loses Faith

From what I can tell, Mark Twain was not a Christian, nor did he claim to be when he began courting Olivia Langdon. Back in Twain's day, a man typically ...


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Selfish Bird, Competitive Flock

It's easy to see why people like the sea gull. I've sat overlooking a craggy harbor and watched one. He exults in freedom. He thrusts his wings ...


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