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African-American Outliers

November 10, 2017 2:07pm | Carlens George

Reading about race and famous people is interesting. Recently,  I read an article which claims that there is no one way to be black. I believe that there are many ways to be black. If you are black, knowing and understanding your black roots can […]

Women’s Rights

November 2, 2017 1:23pm | Gabriela Huaraca

Growing up is a challenge for women, no matter the country. Sometimes women wonder why we were not born men. For years women have been seen as an object of reproduction and the person in charge of the house and their family. Google defines a […]

A Friend Who Moved Away

October 27, 2017 1:35pm | Rahma Hassan

      “Nothing makes the earth seem so spacious as to have a friend at a distance; they make the latitude and longitudes,” Henry David Thoreau.           It is painful when someone you have been friends with for 11 years […]

Lady Gaga’s Pain

October 11, 2017 1:37pm | HuanChun Xu

  On September 18, 2017, CNN reported that famous singer Lady Gaga postponed her European “Joanne World Tour” because she is apparently suffering from “severe pain” caused by fibromyalgia. The report emphasizes that it is the second time this month that Lady Gaga postpones her […]

Teen Issues

October 11, 2017 1:11pm | Gabriela Huaraca

  What does adolescence mean? According to Wikipedia, adolescence comes from the Latin word “adolescere” that can be defined as to grow up. Now, according to my own definition of it, I would say that adolescence can be interpreted as the shift that a person […]

Never Say You Can’t

October 5, 2017 1:34pm | Tou Chou

There were so many times I would doubt myself, I would doubt myself who I am? I would doubt myself why am I so weak? I would doubt myself why am I so poor? I would doubt myself why can’t I do anything to change? […]

Freedom and Citizenship

September 14, 2017 1:13pm | Huanchun Xu

After reading the essay “A Chinese View of the Statue of Liberty,” I feel a heaviness and sadness which is hard to describe.  I lack the words to describe the feeling, but it is as if the author Saum Song Bo is telling me to […]