`Hey, dork!'

Forman, Gayle; Ecker, Diana
October 1999
Seventeen;Oct99, Vol. 58 Issue 10, p172
Discusses name-calling, teasing and bullying in school. Case of Columbine High School massacre due to vengeance of two bullied students; Suggestions on how to deal with bullies in school; How to respond to criticisms; Information on some artists who used to be bullied in school. INSET: Hollywood squares.


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