The New York Times – Letters

Each day, the Times receives around 1,000 letters to the editor — and prints an average of 15. (Editor Thomas Feyer explains the process.) Since he began writing in high school, Marc has had 11 letters published, on a wide variety of subjects, from teen drinking to summer camp.

Give Teenager Drinkers Other Choices
Westchester Weekly
February 27, 2005

Life in Camp, Without the Bullies
Editorials/Letters
July 5, 2004

Prom Nigh, Safe and Sober
Westchester Weekly
June 20, 2004

Giving Teenagers Credit for Third World Service
Westchester Weekly
July 6, 2003

Diagnosis Senioritis; Treatment: Unclear
Westchester Weekly
June 15, 2003

Give Teenagers Choices Other Than Drinking
Westchester Weekly
January 12, 2003

The Summertime Escape of Sleep-Away Camp
Westchester Weekly
June 16, 2002

Cornell Freshman Tells of University’s Appeal
Westchester Weekly
April 15, 2001

Finding the Right College
Circuits
October 5, 2000

Diversity, at a Price
Editorials/Letters
March 4, 2000

An Ebay Report Card
Circuits
September 16, 1999

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