Now that the school year has ended, you finally have time to spend with that special someone. But, where do you go?
If you are like me then you don’t like to stay in the house. Especially around the summertime when you know there is stuff do but don’t know when or where it’s happening.
As a woman, I like to know that I will be able to be fresh, clean and comfortable when that time of the month rolls around. Women experiencing homelessness, however, do not always have this luxury.
Self-esteem is a huge issue for teenagers. For some people, low self-esteem could easily turn into a really bad cycle of mistreatment and abuse — and a situation that’s hard to get out of.
The VOXCast is back with season three baby! In this episode, we debate each other on one of the most important moments of the upperclassmen high school experience: Prom!
All it takes is one text or one phone call to reach out to the people you love before it’s all too late. You can help them in ways you wouldn’t even know.
Meet a group of advocates and leaders aiming to replace the aged expression “disconnected youth,” with the updated term “opportunity youth.”
If you could write a letter to your past self, perhaps as a forewarning of relationships to come, what would you say?
You are worthy and capable of every single opportunity the world has to offer you. Never doubt your abilities, because where you go to school doesn’t define you.
There are three marches and/or walkouts being organized on March 14, March 24, and April 20. They all have the same general aim of insisting immediate government action to pass a bill addressing the current gun issues in the nation, but have slightly different reasons for their existence and ways to participate in them.