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Top Response Articles of This Week

Explore trending topics on Odyssey this week.


As we welcome in the new year at Odyssey, we're excited to bring you balanced conversations on trending topics in today's polarizing world. Last week, our response writers chimed in on topics ranging from human rights to social media.

Here are the top 3 response articles of the week:

6 Good Things That Happened For Human Rights in 2022 by Mia Osmonbekov

6 Good Things That Happened For Human Rights in 2022

And yes, they were actually monumental, not just feel-good fuzz stories.

This was a response to 11 Good Things That Happened In 2017 for Human Rights.

The Music That Shaped Me as a Teen by Hunter Johnstone

The Music That Shaped Me as a Teen

There's just something about mid-2000s rock music.

This was a response to A Brief Inquiry Into the Music That Made Me, Me.

Embracing The Good Side of Social Media by Marissa Leigh Voss

Embracing The Good Side of Social Media

I implore you to look at the positives that the digital age has done for the younger generation, and not just focus on the negatives.

This was a response to Social Media Should Highlight Our Individuality But It Makes Us Wish We Were More Like Someone Else.

Congratulations to all the writers! We'll continue to spotlight top response articles on the homepage every week.

Is writing more one of your New Year's resolutions? We're recruiting response writers, and we want to hear what you have to say! You'll get to choose your own topics, and have your work featured on our homepage and in the Overheard on Odyssey newsletter. Plus, you could be compensated by HQ at $10/response for your first 10 articles.

If you're interested in writing responses or have feedback on the response button, write to We look forward to hearing from you!

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How I Celebrate Valentine's Day

Every person, every couple celebrates Valentines in different ways, but there are a few things to keep in mind.

How I Celebrate Valentine's Day

Ah, Valentines Day, a day of excitement for some and heart break for many. There are three kinds of people on Valentine's Day: the ones who make it a big deal, a little deal, and those who are single, but Valentine's Day can be fun for anyone if you have the right spirit in mind.

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1. You don't have to feel guilty about flirting with customers for tips (or just for shits and giggles).

2. You can be obnoxiously flirtatious with anyone you want. You are free to be that girl that flirts with everybody and makes 'em all smile (it's especially fun when the guy is as cute as Collin Jost). No shame.

3. Making random men nervous with your superior beauty and intense eye contact just for the hell of it is really amusing and empowering.

4. No one gives two poops if ya legs are hairy (your man shouldn't either but *Kermit the Frog meme* That's none of my business)

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Black History Month? Try Black History Year

What does Black History Month mean to you?


African Americans have done so much and will forever be remembered for their accomplishments. In my opinion, there is no such thing as Black History Month. All year, we should celebrate the amazing poetry, music, inventions, and accomplishments that has surfaced over the last 100 years. Let's take a look...

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A TikTok Ban? Nope, That's Not Happening

We've seen this movie before with the popular social media app.


Here we go again. There's a groundswell of support to ban TikTok in the United States.

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