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The English department at Manchester Essex Regional High School requires students of all grade levels to write biweekly journals and post them for the other students in their English class to read. For our most recent journal, my class reflected on 2020. As I sat with a mug of coffee and read through the journals of my classmates, I was struck by the depth and introspection I saw in front of me. These weren’t shallow teenagers. They were young adults.
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