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Scars

November 17, 2015

Filed under Speak Up! Contest Winners

1 Scar, 2 Scars, 3 Scars, 4. How Many Scars Can We Ignore? 5 Scars, 6 Scars, 7 Scars, 8. How May More Can We Create? 9 Scars, 10 Scars, 11 Scars, 12. How Many More till We Kill Ourselves? We shed in tears & pain, from all the things that drove us insane! We hide the scars, to prove we didn't get very far. We...

Dear Murray High,

November 13, 2015

Filed under Speak Up! Contest Winners, Uncategorized

Murray High Students, Every student you see right now is dealing with trials that you cannot fully understand nor comprehend. The person to your left might be dealing with mental or physical problems like a heart disease or has to go to therapy sessions every other week because they have depression. The student to your right...

“Dying to be Alive”

"Speak Up" Contest Winner

November 11, 2015

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Dead. Dead when slicing your arms is the only way to feel. Empty when absolutely nothing makes you happy anymore. Scared when you hear your parents screaming at each other in the next room. Lonely when you go to school with nobody to talk to. Heartbroken when the person you love is seen kissing another. Depressed...

Speak Up to Stop Bullying

November 11, 2015

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Bullying is the use of force and a behavior that is often repeated and habitual. Bullying can be defined in many different ways and types. It could be emotional, verbal, or physical, and it can be anywhere! Lots of people get bullied and they feel so depressed and suicidal. We need to speak up for those people and help them....

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