Just kidding, I'm not that famous yet. But let's talk about my Instagram audience.
Most people would agree that your clothing size depends on a variety of different factors, like brand, style and fabric. There's never one straight answer for the question, "What clothing size are you?" So I went shopping, purely in the name of ~fashion journalism.~
Like most people have been saying lately, 2017 sucked for me, too.
My Theory and Practice of Advocacy class worked on an awesome semester-long campaign for mental health awareness. We partnered with Counseling and Psychological Programs (CAPS) and Active Minds to create #StompTheStigmaMSU. We drew in a crowd of over 200 students to our event on Wednesday, Dec. 6, where we had a panel discussion on mental health and communication.
Check out our website here.
Follow Active Minds at Montclair State University on Instagram here.
On the average Sunday afternoon, my sister Caira and I obnoxiously sing and dance in the car to Liam Payne’s “Strip That Down” blasting on Z100. We have a choreographed set of dance moves that we perform while sitting down — sometimes in unison, other times we do the opposite of each other. On the rare occasion that I don’t sound terrible, she’ll tell me that I successfully sang a harmony. But most of the time, she gives me a weird look and tells me I’m singing off-key.
Most people can recall a significant moment or two in their lives when everything changed. Maybe it seemed like their world was turning upside down, but maybe it was the minute they realized everything would be okay.
For you, it might be graduating college, getting a job, or figuring out what you want to do in the future. But for me, reading the Harry Potter books changed my life in a way I could’ve never imagined.
When the richest person in the world gives you a few words (or tweets) of wisdom, you listen.
It’s that time of year again. Everyone fresh out of college is wondering how they made it this far, while trying not to panic because of how scary the real world is.
On Monday, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates poured his heart out to college graduates through a series of 14 tweets. They’re nothing short of inspirational and exactly what every recent college graduate needs to see right now.
He started off by sharing that if he was in school nowadays, he would study artificial intelligence, energy or biosciences since they have a lot of potential.