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Sensory Deprivation

What is sensory deprivation? By just looking at its name, most people can guess exactly what it is. For those who can’t, it is the intentional removal of stimuli form the senses and can range from a simple blindfold to complex machines that eliminate all stimuli and gravity, resulting in complete isolation. There are two..

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Questioning Discrimination

“Extremists have shown what scars them the most: a girl with a book”- Malala Yousafzai  Life turns and turns and always becomes unfair, Women and men are not the same and don’t have equal shares, Discrimination? Why?  Those who pollute the genuine meaning of Islam, Those who want to divert away from anything that leads..

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Kayla the Doll

In the 31th of October, a family called the Duncans were on a holiday. They had 3 children, the oldest thirteen year old daughter Alice, the ten year old daughter daisy and the six year old daughter molly. On their way back home they saw this doll shop that Molly loved.          Molly said: “Daddy,..

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Witchcraft

Although much of what you may know about witches may come from stereotypes from western culture, they existed in Asian, African, and native American societies. Witches are very mysterious characters in the modern world. Witchcraft originates many centuries ago and the term “witchcraft” comes from the term “Wicca” which means “the wise one.” In various..

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The 6th of October

It was the holy feast, Yom Kippur, the largest celebrated Jewish event. The sky was calm and the streets were empty. The beaches where packed while thousands enjoyed the cool Mediterranean weather. On the observation front, soldiers were swimming in the canal and playing soccer on its shore, completely ignorant of any Arab movement just..

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Spirit Week

KEEP UP WITH AISE’S SPIRIT WEEK! OCTOBER 27 – 31 Spirit week is a very popular week and is the only time of week where you get into the spirit and participate in exciting activities. Spirit Week’s objective is to increase the amount of schools spirit and to bring everyone together to improve the school’s..

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Rehab

There once was a young beautiful girl who was a bawab’s daughter. Her parents were not educated, but she went to school every day. She knew it was important for her to succeed in her education because she did not want to fallow in the footsteps of her parents. She did not want to marry..

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Bullying

               Bullying Facts – Do Something.org  Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year. 1 in 4 teachers see nothing wrong with bullying and will only intervene 4 percent of the time.     Approximately 160,000 teens skip school every day because of bullying.  1 in 7 students in..

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Breast Cancer Awareness

                     Breast Cancer Facts – National Breast Cancer.org   One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.  Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among women. Each year it is estimated that..

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Peace Day

       The Day of International peace, celebrated at the 21st of September of every year, originated through a proposal by the United Nations in 1981 to spread love and peace throughout the world.Ironically, never since then has the world been closer to war than it is today, with the Middle East at peak..

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No Remorse

India is one of the most popular countries in which honor killing takes place, especially in the northern state of Haryana. The reason why India is popular in honor killing is due to the radical beliefs, traditions, and cultures, which the villagers acquire. One of the villagers in Garnauthi stated, “Our culture is not like..

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The Myths Behind Birthmarks

Ever gotten a chill down your spine on Friday the thirteenth? Or maybe wear your, ‘lucky shirt’ the day of a test? The topic of superstitions probably brings about some the most doubtful, amazed, and laugh out loud reactions from people.  This doesn’t only apply to spiritual superstitions, but also physical ones. Moles were considered..

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She

Everyday I see her face enveloped in shame. The strive and brutal battle for acceptance Engraved upon her innocent face “I’m here for you,” I whisper But the pounding echoes of rejection and humiliation have weakened her hearing.. For whenever she opened up to laugh with the world, The world would open up to laugh..

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