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Another Contest! This time for Cartoonists!

The New York Times fourth annual student editorial contest in underway. Now’s your chance to show off your art skills and your perceptive, sharp, and satiric sense of humor. If you have something to say about climate change, artificial intelligence, gun control, the NFL, immigration, college admissions or anything else The Times covers, try making

What Stereotypes do Adults hold about Teens? Express your Opinion with a Photo.

Forest Hills teenagers, The New York Times has invited anyone aged 13 to 19 to take photographs that depict some aspect of teenage life that you think may be misunderstood, ignored or largely unknown, and, in a short artist’s statement, tell them why. For contest details check out their recent post attached below. The contest

Twelve Classics That Might Not Bore You to Tears

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For many of us, when we hear the term “classics,” we run for the hills. We envision old, stodgy, dust-covered books that we’re forced to read because for some reason or another, they’re good for us. However, old doesn’t necessarily mean boring. In fact, here are 12 classic novels available for free on our Overdrive page via Project