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#BratzChallenge: A false image of beauty

#BratzChallenge: A false image of beauty

Janette Estrada

February 10, 2019

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

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

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

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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