You should believe that you’re beautiful and awesome. So, the next time you look in the mirror say, “I’m a confident and empowered woman.”
Atlanta is probably the hottest music scene in not only the southeast, but perhaps the whole country. Most high-profile artists make sure to stop by one of Atlanta’s various music venues. These are my personal top 5 music events that are definitely on my calendar for the next few months.
Our intrepid photographer captures the faces of sage advice-givers to teens.
The Reformation Project, started by author of “God and The Gay Christian” by Matthew Vines, recently came to Atlanta for a conference. This project was started in 2013 in Kansas, reaching people in Missouri and California. The eponymous conference in Atlanta lasted June 11-13, covering a vast amount of topics. Those who were able to […]
Throughout the night, the energy of the room kept increasing. Kyle pounded his bars through the mic, creating a constant hyper tangle of limbs, hair, and feet down in the sand. Kyle became a conductor on stage, throwing up his hands on a chorus and the crowd increased in volume, filling in the words. When he pointed out random fans in the crowd, on command, they let the lyrics flood out of every pore. He made sure we received the most out of him and that he received just as much from us.
I’m very comfortable with driving because I’ve had tons of practice with my parents on and off the highway. My parents are trying really hard to continue to give me the freedom to go where I please when I please, and they’ve been giving me that for most of my life and I am totally appreciative. But you know how parents are.
Events in McKinney, Texas, have caused much uproar across the nation. What started out as a call about a neighborhood disturbance on Friday, June 5, quickly turned into police brutality against 14-year-old Jahda Bakari, who was forced onto the ground in her two-piece bathing suit by McKinney police officer Eric Casebolt. What some are calling […]
VOX is proud to present our fifth annual VOX Media Cafe (VMC) program for teenagers who live all over metro Atlanta. This summer, we will be hosting two different sessions with students from all over metro Atlanta in each. These sessions involve taking a deep dive into the realms of journalism, such as photography and audio.
Summer break is the time to unwind and relax after all of the hard work we put in during the school year. But with all of this free time, what do we do for the summer?
On June 6, the Woodruff Arts Center and High Museum joined forces to create the Smells Like Teen Spirit Film Festival and Parallelograms teen art exhibition. The film festival was a platform for filmmakers 21 and younger to showcase their masterpieces.