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#BratzChallenge: A false image of beauty

#BratzChallenge: A false image of beauty

Janette Estrada

February 10, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Let’s go back to the good ol’ days when toys were the key to our heart. Two words: Bratz Dolls. Ring a bell? As a child, being gifted a Bratz Doll made you the coolest kid on the block. Following their first release in 2001, Bratz became known as the most influential fashion doll for young gi...

Emerging trend: Latino and American musical artists unite

Alejandra Solorio

December 5, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Mobile Headlines, Reviews

Music shifts like tides of the waves, living through cultural trends and speaking for it in ways written form can’t. A recently observed phenomenon of collaborations between Latino artists and American singers/rappers is on the rise and it’s creating a shift; the kind that merges two audiences in...

Go-ing Outside

Kenta Mcafee

August 19, 2016

Filed under Columns, Sports

Video games might have a bad reputation for creating couch potatoes, but one app has proved that gamers will even walk outside if it means leveling up.As most people sleep at 2 a.m. I run three miles while frantically pursuing a dream of my own, to be the very best.I'm no athlete and I'm certainly not ...

Don’t self-diagnose mental disorders

Don’t self-diagnose mental disorders

William Rein

March 27, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Possibly the result of the growing autonomy of youth or the accessibility of specialist information, self-diagnosing is on the rise. Upward of 30 percent of Americans have used the Internet to reach a medical conclusion. This number is only rising, but what are the merits of giving yourself a diagnosis?...

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