Regardless of what is pushed on us in high school, college isn’t right for everyone, and that’s okay.
By not giving yourself a fair chance to live on campus and away from your old life, you are missing out on so many chances to grow and develop.
Though they seem like two contradicting ideologies, you can be a feminist and still enjoy being treated like a lady.
With the influence of pop culture and social media, mental illness is being romanticized and viewed more as a trend than a serious health condition. Songs and “relatable” clothing that glamorize and glorify mental illness appear to be rising in popularity with the younger generations.
As school is starting up again, we are noticing year after year something in us is changing, we’re scared. Whether it be the fear of what someone keeps hidden in their back pack, the fear to walk home from class alone or the fear of what could happen if you go to a party; we’re scared.
Climate change and its effects are proving to be more and more real everyday. We need to stop turning a blind eye and begin taking this issue seriously in the short window of time we have left to fix it.
People are divided on whether celebrities, such as Cardi B and Lady Gaga, should open up about their political views or keep quiet and remain a figure. Some view celebrities involving themselves in politics as a form of brainwashing on their loyal followers. On the other hand, citizens seem to be more interested in voting as more and more celebrities become politically vocal.
Vacations, or simply taking a few days off, can do more for our mental and physical health than we realize.
Trump’s unfiltered hate speech against Islam and Muslims has refueled Islamophobia in the US.
The keto diet, though advertised by many influencers and celebrities, could actually be doing more harm than help for our bodies.