The A List

Barbie Ferreira The model opened up about being labeled as a plus-size model in the modeling world. She discusses that early in her modeling career, she was marked as a plus-size model and how that the industry should be labeling beauty in all models and not trying to create a divide. She discusses that this is something the industry should’ve addressed by now. Barbie explains … Continue reading The A List

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Editor’s Letter

As summer is in full swing, I hope everyone is staying healthy and taking the necessary precautions to protect themselves from COVID-19. Throughout the entire world, the Black Lives Matter movement has been making a noticeable impact on our news feeds after the death of George Floyd. In Politics, we discuss the Black Lives Matter movement not only in the United States but around the … Continue reading Editor’s Letter

Skincare? We Care!

All over TikTok, skincarebyhyram has been going viral. Reacting to many teenagers’ and adults’ skincare routines, giving them advice on what products could be causing the irritation or inflammation in their skin. Hyram currently has 4,000,000+ followers. For a good reason, Hyram analyzes ingredients in skincare products and tells his followers exactly what they will do to their skin. He gives advice too many teenagers … Continue reading Skincare? We Care!

The Winner of the NHL Draft Lottery is ?????

On Friday, June 26, the NHL held phase one of it’s draft lottery to decide the order of next year’s NHL Draft. During a normal season, the teams that do not make the playoffs each have a certain percentage of getting the number one pick in the NHL Draft. However, due to the coronavirus, the NHL playoffs this year have 24 teams so things had … Continue reading The Winner of the NHL Draft Lottery is ?????

Five Inexpensive Ways To Help Reduce Stress/Anxiety and Improve Mental Health

I think most all can agree the 2020 has been a rollercoaster of events, which, in fact, has been assumed to be related to the rising stress levels of American people. With so much chaos going on in the world it’s hard to get a break or even the money to afford the help they may need! As for me being clinical diagnosed with ADD, … Continue reading Five Inexpensive Ways To Help Reduce Stress/Anxiety and Improve Mental Health

Four Ways That Rising Seniors Can Stay Ahead of College Admissions This Summer

Make your college list. Use your free time this summer to do research on schools that you may be interested in. A good organization tool is to divide your prospective colleges into reach schools, target schools, and safety schools. These groupings can often be made using your gpa and test scores and comparing it to admitted students at schools you may be interested in. Due … Continue reading Four Ways That Rising Seniors Can Stay Ahead of College Admissions This Summer

Using Your Privilege for Good: What it Means to be a White Ally

Are you able to find shampoo or ”skin”-colored products suitable for your hair type and skin tone? Can you flip open a magazine or switch on your TV and see people of your race represented? Have you ever had a teacher who looks like you? Do you feel safe in the presence of police? Have you ever been the only person of your race in … Continue reading Using Your Privilege for Good: What it Means to be a White Ally