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Two people texting with their backs to each other, illustrating the text "Is Love Losing Its Soul in the Digital Age?"
High-interest articles
a man and woman dance, illustrating the text "Winter Dreams," by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Short stories
Two friends with their hands in the air, illustrating the text "Friendship"
Two hearts, illustrating the text "How Did the Heart Become a Symbol?"
Video assignments
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