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Allison Romag commented on Sophia Peng's blog post The Effect of Music On Your Mood
"I think that music has a huge impact on not only your mood, but that music can also change your whole outlook on something. I notice more and more that I tend to listen to songs based on the mood that I am currently feeling. I believe that some of…"
Sep 25, 2013
Derek C. commented on Sophia Peng's blog post push bi saffr
"Great blog! I'll be sure to check out Push.  This reminds me of Flowers for Algernon because the grammar and spelling in it starts off poor then gets better as the protagonist gets more educated."
Jun 2, 2013
Cindy Son commented on Sophia Peng's blog post push bi saffr
"I clicked on this because I was so intrigued by the title. Now I am compelled to read the book. Nice blog post, Sophia!"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Sophia Peng's blog post push bi saffr
"I remember my brother telling me what the movie was all about, and feeling horrified at what I heard. Unfortunately, situations like this do happen in real life, and it is nice to see books like these shed light on these topics and help us be aware…"
May 31, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Sophia Peng's blog post push bi saffr
"Christopher, while it was originally a bit hard to understand, it gets progressively gets better throughout the book, symbolizing her educational growth. But I do think it adds a lot, when you read it you can really feel the inflection and the…"
May 30, 2013
Paraskevas Christodoulopoulos commented on Sophia Peng's blog post push bi saffr
"I find this book as an interesting contrast to Crank, in which the protagonist had the capability to avoid her fate but chose not too, while here, the protagonist had misfortune dealt upon herself and is constantly trying to escape her…"
May 30, 2013
Hyoin Sung commented on Sophia Peng's blog post push bi saffr
"I remember when the movie came out and me being horrified that her own father did that to her. I'm glad that you wrote a blog about this book or else I would've missed out on a good book! It's true that people should be aware of…"
May 30, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Emily Ottesen's photo

Steps of Procrastination

"Oh god it's so true. Every time, I say I won't do it again, but of course I always do..."
May 30, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Gary Anderson's photo

Third Period's 6-Word Memoir Wordle

"It's so funny looking at this and finding silly word combinations when you remember the whole five-word memoirs that were written."
May 30, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Rucha Patel's photo

Only a minute

"This is so interesting! It really puts things into perspective. The internet is so huge and crazy..."
May 30, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Kristen Cardoza's photo

Great things about books

"I can't agree with this more. There's nothing quite like the feeling of holding a real book in your hands. Sure, fancy technology is useful and convenient, but books are just so perfect and comforting!"
May 30, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Kristen Cardoza's photo


"That's kind of weird, I had it the other way around this year. Although I found that after AP testing I've gone into a bit of a slump since it feels like we're done..."
May 30, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Nicole Degla's blog post Feeling Stressed?
"I find that I'm very easily stressed out (especially around finals and AP testing) and the stress doesn't help anything. If anything it's very detrimental because I run around being stressed out and flailing when I could be studying…"
May 30, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Angela Choi's blog post AP testing
"Oh god, AP testing is so stressful! I started studying for my AP European History test a month before the test but it still wasn't enough time! There's just so much to know, as well as having to learn itty bitty details that you…"
May 30, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Rucha Patel's blog post ARE WE DONE YET?
"I think that a lot of teachers actually just do filler projects at the end of the year. In my AP European History class we had to do a project where you just make a food and a presentation about it. It's hardly relevant."
May 30, 2013
Sophia Peng commented on Amy R.'s blog post How The Internet Has Changed High School
"I totally agree that there's too much technology going around. I'm by no means a Luddite but I don't need to know that your dog just pooped or that you're going to eat dinner in roughly three minutes. Another thing related to…"
May 30, 2013

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push bi saffr

Posted on May 27, 2013 at 10:23pm 9 Comments

      This month I read Push by Sapphire.

  Push is about a sixteen year old, African American girl, named Precious, living in Harlem, who lives with her welfare-collecting mother and has already had two children, both by her biological father who is out of the picture in her home…


Lions, and Tigers, and College, Oh My!

Posted on May 22, 2013 at 5:55pm 1 Comment

    Holy moley, it's the end of sophomore year already! Where has time gone, and where have I been while it was running at the speed of an Ethiopian track star? It seems like it was just yesterday that I was becoming a freshman and getting hopelessly lost in the seemingly enormous halls of William Fremd High School, and yet I'm this close to being an upperclassman.…


How far would you go to make life a little simpler?

Posted on April 30, 2013 at 6:30pm 1 Comment

    I've had the book Bar Code Tattoo by Suzanne Weyn sitting on my bookshelf for years but only just read it. The concept always interested me, especially recently as the dystopian genre has been gaining momentum.


  The whole pretense of the book is that it is the future and the new conveniency is this bar code tattoo that you can get which identifies you.  You use this…


Buttons for Eyes

Posted on March 31, 2013 at 2:30pm 1 Comment

   This month I read Coraline by Neil Gaiman. After watching the film so many times that I can say the entire script along with the movies (I'm watching it as I type this blog post), I realized it was about time to read the book.  

    The premise of Coraline is that in Coraline's new home, there is a tiny door…


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At 2:32pm on September 30, 2012, Enia Kiusals said…

I just thought I'd let you know that your background burns my eyes every time I come to your page.

At 2:40pm on September 30, 2012, Sophia Peng said…

-goes to change it-
Why are you coming to my page anyways...

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