Recently, there has been a lot of change within the republican party. Trump is now the only nominee left for the republicans, while the democrats still have two candidates, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Clothing brands are constantly being criticized for their quality, labor conditions for workers, pricing and style. An often overlooked issue is the sizing. Most brands are reputable for providing many sizes for those of different body types and sometimes providing plus sizes. Yet people, especially teenage girls, are starting to notice and see many brands, in varying popularity and style, use the “one size fits all” sizing protocol. An obvious observation is that one size will never fit all, so why is this system being used and what is the point of it?
For the last Friday of National Women’s Month, we’re going to end with four of the most current, influential and amazing feminists of the 21st century.
For this Feminist Friday we have highlighted some of the most iconic feminists of all time who work not only in the realm of gender equality.
This platform has taken over the lives of teenagers. We are enveloped in the personal lives of celebrities and those of our friends. The home to DJ Khaled and Kylie Jenner, this is where we post our weirdest selfies and our artsiest stories. Yep, of course: Continue reading Instagram’s More Casual Counterpart: Snapchat
We have watched YouTubers take over the industries of fashion, food, movies and merchandise. Although one of the most popular genres has been writing books. I recently walked into a Barnes and Noble where I was greeted with a wall of books, solely written by YouTubers. These books are topping bestseller lists and are constantly getting sold out. Many YouTubers have gone on book tours to sign books for hundreds of fans at a time. Continue reading YouTuber Books
Essena O’Neill is 19-year-old woman from Australia who decided to quit social media. She was a part of a new phenomenon of “Instagram models,” typically girls ranging from the age of 15 into their 20s, who decide to take a stand against the obsessive perfectionism fueled by social media. She was often paid for wearing a dress, tagging the designer and posting it on Instagram for her 500,000 followers to see. But then, in early November, she decided to leave the social media world. Many people are asking, “but why would she do that? Why would she walk away from that perfect life?”
This school year the middle school has experienced many changes to our school lives including a new principal, flex period, new sports requirements and possibly the most talked about change- the new cell phone policy.
On September 16th 2015 a fourteen year old boy named Ahmed Mohamed was arrested for making a clock. Sounds pretty insane right?