In: Columns

Perception: How Social Media Is Changing What It Means To Be An Immigrant

As I walked through Marco Forster Middle School’s courtyard, the murmurs between classmates began: “Are you cutting class or are you…

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Race And Relationships

After thirty-three seasons of The Bachelor and its spinoff, The Bachelorette, dominating television sets with white leads and a poor attempt…

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Breaking Points — Act I: Relationships

During a dimly lit dinner 800 ft above ground on the Las Vegas Stratosphere Tower Restaurant, my partner and I discussed…

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Rare Frequency — Music In 2016 Is The Wild West

In 2016, artists and music lovers have grown accustomed to the idea of surprise albums. Every few weeks it feels like…

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Growing and Knowing

As I watched media coverage of the neighborhoods filled with people who look like me — people of color — awaken…

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Femininity As A Decisive Tool For Change

Do you ever wish you could handcraft your perfect presidential candidate, then convince the whole country voting for this candidate would…

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Write What You Read – The Writer’s Block

By: Stephanie LaRue I’m going to let you in on a secret. It’s a big one, too. It’s a secret that…

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Perspectives of an international student in San Francisco

By: Janisara Katanyutaveetip Before we get started, let me tell you a little bit about myself. My name is Janisara Katanyutaveetip….

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When Push Comes To Shove

By: Michelle Tran A crowd of people cheer on from the stands while women in eye-catching uniforms and black bottoms fearlessly…

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The Writer’s Block with Stephanie LaRue

By: Stephanie LaRue My writing “career” started when I was 14 years old. I kept a notebook of what I called…

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Perspectives of an International Student in San Francisco

By: Janisara Katanyutaveetip Before we get started, let me tell you a little bit about myself. My name is Janisara Katanyutaveetip….

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Seizing Life

By: Pricilla Salahuddin Shake it off. Blink. It’s not happening. I promise. You’re still here. These things go through my mind…

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