Ten Questions with United Nations Speaker Amelia Marcum

How did you discover Girl up? “I discovered Girl Up after attending the 2018 leadership summit in Washington DC. I was incredibly inspired by the empowering speakers, Teen Advisors, and attendees Who were all doing such important work in their communities. When I got back home to Denver, I decided to start the very first Girl Up club at my school. Over the last three … Continue reading Ten Questions with United Nations Speaker Amelia Marcum

Keith Dwayne Nelson Sentenced to the Death Penalty after Killing a 10-year-old Girl

Keith Dwayne Nelson was sentenced to death for the 1999 kidnapping, sexual abuse and subsequent killing of a 10-year-old girl, Pamela Butler. Nelson abducted Pamela while she was out rollerblading in front of her house in Kansas. Nelson confessed to raping Pamela and strangling her with a wire. Nelson’s attorney had filed some last minute legal challenges to his execution. Including arguments that the use … Continue reading Keith Dwayne Nelson Sentenced to the Death Penalty after Killing a 10-year-old Girl

The Kpop Sensation BTS Continues to Take Over the World

On August 21, Bts released their single, Dynamite. Dynamite is the group’s first all-English track. This song’s purpose was to give their fans a positive outlet during this deadly pandemic. BTS is a seven-member group from South Korea: RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. Even though English is not their first language, they manage to take over the Western Market thanks to their … Continue reading The Kpop Sensation BTS Continues to Take Over the World

California and a Few Other States Want to Challenge the Latest DACA Restrictions

California is bringing new challenges to the changes that the Trump administration has recently made to the Obama-era program. The Obama-era program protects certain undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children from being deported. General Xavier Becerra the California Attorney General announced Tuesday that California and other states “to bring challenges” to the new policy for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals … Continue reading California and a Few Other States Want to Challenge the Latest DACA Restrictions

Three Beauty Tips that Should Work

Shave your legs with hair conditioner  If you ever run out of shaving cream and don’t really feel like buying more shaving cream, then try using hair conditioner. It works as well as shaving cream but even better! It makes it easier for you to shave and it also makes your skin softer and silky just like when you condition your hair. Conditioner is the … Continue reading Three Beauty Tips that Should Work

Three Ways to Maintain Good Mental Health

Keep a Positive Mindset In order to have a good wellbeing and maintain a good mindset, you got to stay positive and think positive thoughts. You need to do things such as watch sunrises and sunsets, go for a run, reflect, have time for just you and stuff just like that. Its really difficult to see the bright side sometimes but in order to be … Continue reading Three Ways to Maintain Good Mental Health

Six Tips for Having a Great Start to Your New Academic Year

The starting of an academic year normally causes some stress, no matter if it’s in college or high school. Specially when it’s just after summer has ended, in which you passed two months of relaxation without any worries about submitting works before deadlines or waking up early… Most of the time the beginning of an academic year impacts how you are going be doing during … Continue reading Six Tips for Having a Great Start to Your New Academic Year