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Life Ain’t Pretty

Life Ain’t Pretty

Did you know that two years ago, Rihanna got on a plane, taking with her a handful of her most devoted fans, and flew around the world for a couple… Read more »

How to Make Friends in College!

How to Make Friends in College!

Like most people, I had grand plans for my first day of college: I would breeze into the school, my braids whipping in the wind, and I would stand in… Read more »

My Oily Skin Saga: A Day in the Life

My Oily Skin Saga: A Day in the Life

Oily Skin Chronicle- Diary Entry 1001 Can you identify with being in a public setting only to feel the oils accumulate on your face? You know that you’re glistening because… Read more »

A Good Role Model Is Hard to Find

A Good Role Model Is Hard to Find

Almost everyone I admire is either fictional or dead. Maybe this shouldn’t be a big deal because I at least have nonliving people to look up to, but there’s a… Read more »

Defining My Generation

Defining My Generation

As a teenager, it is not necessary to know who you are. That doesn’t stop adolescents from searching for something (someone) they may not find until years, even decades, later…. Read more »

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