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Living with Dyslexia

Living with Dyslexia

Kelly Rodriguez Murillo

December 8, 2018

Contrary to popular belief, dyslexia is not a disability that affects people only in their youth. Dyslexia, a cognitive disability, remains with people all their lives. The brain ages and changes just like the rest of our bodies, therefore the disability also morphs and develops with time. Dyslexia occurs...

Finding Purpose

Finding Purpose

Jacob Tucker

November 5, 2018

Tara Jean Robinson has been heavily affected by suicide. She has lost multiple friends and family members and herself attempted to take her own life. Today, Tara has found purpose in helping others walk out of the darkness. Xpress magazine explores Tara's story in this video production by Jacob ...

Highs and Lows: The Hidden Cost of the Wreckreational Cannabis Industry

Highs and Lows: The Hidden Cost of the Wreckreational Cannabis Industry

Amelia Williams

October 25, 2018

It’s the wild, wild West all over again! As cannabis consumption soars to new highs thanks to the effects of Proposition 64, and SF adds new businesses, events, and services for its stoners every year, what does recreational cannabis look like for its industry insiders, and everyone that was subsequen...

Tackling Masculinity with Self-Care

Tackling Masculinity with Self-Care

Greg Ragaza

October 24, 2018

In the past few years, the idea of self-care has garnered quite a bit of buzz across social media. From thousands of videos on YouTube that show people’s self-care routines to a popular hashtag that gains constant traffic daily—self-care is a positive trend that helps promote the betterment of someo...

Middle Child Syndrome

Middle Child Syndrome

Marinelle Cabillo

August 1, 2018

Ignored. Lacks guidance. Jealous. Rebellious. Resentful. Overlooked. Wild child. Smack dabbed in the middle – Ahh, characteristics of your typical middle child expressing the effects of Middle Child Syndrome. Read More »...

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