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Our Fifth Annual Student Editorial Cartoon Contest

Our Fifth Annual Student Editorial Cartoon Contest

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Contest Dates: Oct. 3, 2019 - Nov. 12, 2019 On The Learning Network, we invite teenagers to write about their opinions daily, but it’s only during our annual Editorial Cartoon Contest that we ask them to illustrate those ideas. With this, our Fifth Annual Editorial Cartoon Contest, we invite students to channel their thoughts into…
Our Second Annual ‘Show Us Your Generation’ Photo Contest for Teenagers

Our Second Annual ‘Show Us Your Generation’ Photo Contest for Teenagers

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5. We are equally interested in your statement and your images, and in the ways they work together, as our rubric shows. You do not have to be an experienced photographer to participate in this contest since technical excellence is just a part of how we will judge your work. We are chiefly concerned with…
The 11th Annual New York Times Summer Reading Contest

The 11th Annual New York Times Summer Reading Contest

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Contest Dates: June 12-Aug. 21, 2019 Every year since 2010 The Learning Network has invited teenagers around the world to add The New York Times to their summer reading lists and, so far, over 60,000 have. At a time when teachers are looking for ways to offer students more “voice and choice,” we hope our…
Our Third Annual Student Podcast Contest

Our Third Annual Student Podcast Contest

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Contest Dates: April 9, 2020 - May 12, 2020 Imagine yourself — or, perhaps, you and your friends — as hosts of your own podcast. What would you talk about? Maybe you’d tell a story, perhaps about a childhood memory, an experience that changed your life, or a bad romance. Or maybe you’d rather interview…
Winners of Our Second Annual Student Podcast Contest

Winners of Our Second Annual Student Podcast Contest

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The inner monologue of an anxious teenager. A fictional radio story about a robot takeover. An investigative report about teenage climate activists. A personal narrative about what it’s like to have a baby at 15. These are just a few of the winning pieces from our Second Annual Student Podcast Contest, in which we invited…
Winners of Our Blackout Poetry Contest

Winners of Our Blackout Poetry Contest

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Honorable Mentions “Restrictions” by Leilani Araujo “The Cure” by Hazel Bagley “Bruised and Broken” by Michelle Chen “Writing” by Will Cummings “A Gleaming New Palace” by Anaïs Fournier “Greece in Ruins” by Samuel Hamilton “Untitled” by Mary Hanson “vinegar” by Lilian Huang “Tell Us Art” by Samiha Khan “Empty Promises of the Mind” by Gianna…
Runners-Up From Our Sixth Annual Student Editorial Contest

Runners-Up From Our Sixth Annual Student Editorial Contest

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This leads me to ask: how should I, an Asian-American, raise my future children? It’s a question that many American children of Asian immigrants ask. Some Asian-Americans are traumatized by tiger parenting, but it’s part of our tradition, our culture. A New York Times article reports that “we’re largely abandoning traditional Asian parenting styles in…
The Winners of Our Sixth Annual Student Editorial Contest: Teenagers Tell Us What Matters Most to Them

The Winners of Our Sixth Annual Student Editorial Contest: Teenagers Tell Us What Matters...

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“Escaping the Corset in the World’s Beauty Capital” by Jiwon Na “A Case for Boredom” by Matthew Ngaw “Returning to Its Roots: Why the Republican Party Must Embrace Conservation” by Colby Porter “American Colleges Need Greater Diversity ... of Thought” by William Rosenberger “Untraining Our Bias” by Beau Seate “Journalists: Their Death Is Our Death”…
Ways With Words: The Winners of the 2019 Vocabulary Video Contest

Ways With Words: The Winners of the 2019 Vocabulary Video Contest

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One of the top 15 winners of our video contest: censor, by Alex Zhong and Azan Choudry _________ Do you have 750 seconds to learn 47 new words? If so, we’re offering an especially entertaining way to do it. Take a look below at the work of the 15 winners, 14 runners-up and 21 honorable…

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