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The Do's and Don'ts of Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse at the Beach

By ContributorJuly 27, 2012
The last thing you would expect during a day at the beach is for your sunbathing to be interrupted by a vicious hoard of zombies. But hey, the undead wait for no one, and they especially won’t wait for your vacation. So what should you ... More  →
The Do's and Don'ts of Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse at the Beach

How to Pull off the Disney Princess Look in the 21st Century

By ContributorJuly 26, 2012
Unless you're one of the lucky few with the privilege of going to Comic-con, chances are that wearing a taffeta ball gown in public will earn you some stares. To the dismay of some, almost every little girl has dreamt about being one of those ... More  →
How to Pull off the Disney Princess Look in the 21st Century

A Sweet Thank You Note from a Sparkler!

By ContributorJuly 26, 2012
Dear Sparklers, Manklers, Sparkitors, Sploggers, and Anyone Else Reading This, Around this time last year, a few of you may remember reading a Sparkler post asking advice on whether a particular Sparkler should take AP English Literature/Composition in addition to her required courses of AP Statistics, ... More  →
A Sweet Thank You Note from a Sparkler!

10 Reasons You Should Consider Getting a Pet Russian Tortoise

By ContributorJuly 26, 2012
When I tell people I have a Russian Tortoise, they either think it’s really cool, or just plain weird. Here’s why I love my totally unique pet! ... More  →
10 Reasons You Should Consider Getting a Pet Russian Tortoise

How to Make the Most of Your Clothes

By ContributorJuly 26, 2012
There comes a time in every girl's life when she wrenches open her closet door, stares defiantly at the bulging, trembling mass of clothing in her closet, picks thoughtfully at the sleeve of a sweater hanging haphazardly on the knob of the door, then promptly ... More  →
How to Make the Most of Your Clothes

My Marching Band is Weirder than Yours

By ContributorJuly 25, 2012
Today, Sparklers, you get to learn of the weirdness that is my high school band. Yay! Most school bands play normal popular songs that people have heard of. And if they aren't pop songs, they at least were famous at one point. That's the normal ... More  →
My Marching Band is Weirder than Yours

The Weird People I've Met at My Summer Job

By ContributorJuly 25, 2012
This summer, I've been working around 50 hours a week at the deli at a Piggly Wiggly. I barely have enough time to hang out with my friends, which is fine, because (like Veruca Salt) I've made a rather different set of friends! The regular ... More  →
The Weird People I've Met at My Summer Job

Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must Reads: Terrier

By ContributorJuly 25, 2012
Click here to read the rest of the Blogging B&N.com's must reads! Book: Terrier by Tamora Pierce ... More  →
Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must Reads: Terrier

Camp Electric: Saying Goodbye

By ContributorJuly 25, 2012
Metalhead recaps his last day at the most epic summer camp ever! July 12, about noon Location: A hotel in Nashville Mood: It's over. Awww... Woke up, ate breakfast. Went to morning worship. Mikeschair played some fun songs to finish things off. We all sang along, clapped, ... More  →
Camp Electric: Saying Goodbye

Lies I Was Told About Boarding School

By ContributorJuly 25, 2012
As a 16 year old girl returning from her second year of boarding school with severely dashed expectations, I believe there's no one more qualified to expand on what utter falsiities lie in the portrayal of boarding schools in the media. I'm actually considering making ... More  →
Lies I Was Told About Boarding School