Ten Questions with United Nations Speaker Amelia Marcum

President and one of the founders of the Girl Up Chapter at Regis Jesuit High School, Amelia Marcum, joined the Girl Up International Board. Marcum has collaborated with girls from ten different countries to advise Girl Up Organization and promote gender equality worldwide. Many of the jobs Marcum undertakes is leading the international summit. Although many events that Marcum would be organizing have been sadly … Continue reading Ten Questions with United Nations Speaker Amelia Marcum

The CROWN Act Has Been Passed In Connecticut’s Senate and Is Making Strides for Gender Equality in the Workplace

The Senate approved Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair with a near-unanimous vote. The bill is similar to those passed in states such as New York, California, Virginia, New Jersey, and others; it protects those with natural or defensive hairstyles from the workplace or school discrimination and makes that discrimination illegal. Rep. Robyn Porter of New Haven, the bill’s sponsor, told NBC Connecticut that … Continue reading The CROWN Act Has Been Passed In Connecticut’s Senate and Is Making Strides for Gender Equality in the Workplace

Demi Lovato Discusses The Toxic Nature of Beauty Filters

Demi Lovato is not interested in using “beauty” filters anymore. The actress posted a TikTok video (which she later uploaded to Instagram Reels) about popular beauty filters can alter almost all of the users’ features, explicitly highlighting the alteration of an individual’s face or nose. She apologized for using them in the past. Demi poses in the video with one of the mentioned filters applied; … Continue reading Demi Lovato Discusses The Toxic Nature of Beauty Filters

An Interesting Conversation Causes Tesla To Buy Bitcoin

In a recent interview with Time Magazine, Michael Saylor said that Elon Musk’s Twitter conversation with MicroStrategy’s CEO inspired Tesla’s decision to spend $1.5 billion in bitcoin. Musk tempted him late last year by tweeting a suggestive meme drawing of a monk praying with his eyes closed as a prostitute in the background serves as a symbol for bitcoin. Saylor responded to Musk’s post by … Continue reading An Interesting Conversation Causes Tesla To Buy Bitcoin

Bella Hadid Discusses Her Mental Health Leave From Instagram

Bella Hadid revealed that she took a social media break to boost her mental health. Bella says she has reconnected with her faith and has a “closer relationship” with herself now that she is back. On Thursday, the model shared a series of photos on Instagram, writing in the caption that she took a sabbatical from the application to focus on her mental health. A … Continue reading Bella Hadid Discusses Her Mental Health Leave From Instagram

Chadwick Boseman Received Golden Globes After His Death

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom won Chadwick Boseman a posthumous Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama). Taylor Simone Ledward, Chadwick’s wife, accepted the award on his behalf during the virtual ceremony on February 28 with an emotional speech. Chadwick Boseman’s wife accepted his award on his behalf: “He would thank God, he would thank his parents, he would thank his ancestors … Continue reading Chadwick Boseman Received Golden Globes After His Death

Lindsay Rosenberg is Prioritizing and Changing the Perceptions of Cheerleaders In Society

Female NFL photographers are adding a much-needed “female gaze” to the sport. They are taking shots of cheerleaders from a new angle. Some male sports photographers still use the traditional “male gaze” Rosenberg is one of the only female NFL photographers to shoot cheerleaders regularly. She has had great success with the Gold Rush and other NFL cheer teams. Cheerleaders’ exploitation has been increasingly well … Continue reading Lindsay Rosenberg is Prioritizing and Changing the Perceptions of Cheerleaders In Society

Ten Questions With Polsinelli Shareholder and Award Winning Litigator, Ghislaine G. Torres Bruner, Esq.

Ghislaine G. Torres Bruner, Esq. grew up in South Florida and attended Ransom Everglades School in Coconut Grove for high school. She always knew that she wanted to have a career that involved public health. Bruner volunteered to assist children with various disabilities at a young age and worked at Mercy Hospital during her junior and senior high school years. Upon graduating from high school, … Continue reading Ten Questions With Polsinelli Shareholder and Award Winning Litigator, Ghislaine G. Torres Bruner, Esq.

How Andrew Cuomo is Handling the Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines in New York

Currently, America has a 3000 personal daily death rate due to the COVID-19 vaccine. Throughout this entire pandemic, New York has maintained one of the highest death rates in the United States of America. Distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine has been difficult in many states around the country. Because of how quickly the vaccine expires, struggles with distributing the vaccine, and many individuals opting not … Continue reading How Andrew Cuomo is Handling the Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines in New York