By Maddie Hayes There were so many celebrities from the early 2010s who we may have forgotten about throughout the years. Some of them are off doing their own thing, and some have come back better than ever. The Jonas Brothers Starting off as a lovable, teenage boy band, the Jonas Brothers decided … More Celebrities Then and Now
By Maddy Talbert While the #MeToo movement gained the most traction across media platforms in October 2017, this movement had existed for more than a decade. Tarana Burke, a social activist, created the phrase “Me Too” in 2006 on the social networking site Myspace. Burke used the phrase to “encourage empowerment through … More #MeToo Movement
By Indira Midha 2017 was rough in the United States, littered with many difficult events. However, 2017 was also the year of social activism becoming more mainstream, which was a HUGE step in the right direction. Social media has changed how social justice and activism works; it is an amazing tool to unite … More Three Celebrity Influencers Doing Social Good in 2018
By Maddie Sievers My oh, my… 2017 was quite a year! Luckily, 2018 is off to an incredible start thanks to the Golden Globes, which took place on January 7. Most notably, the Time’s Up movement called out an industry full of gender inequality and sexual assailants. While the actual success of the movement has … More 15 Best Things About the 2018 Golden Globes
By Danielle Wetterer As we reflect on all those child stars we grew up watching on TV, we can’t help but to ask ourselves, “where the heck are they now?” It’s Throwback Thursday, so I see it fitting to look back at the shows we love, and see what they are doing today (if anything). … More #TBT: Where are our favorite childhood stars now?
By Joseph E. Davis My WCW is Gabrielle Union Wade. To be honest, it sometimes hurts for me to say that last part (Wade! despite him being one of my favorite NBA players–but that’s neither here nor there. This article is about Gabby.). Brown skin, high cheek bones, beautiful smile, educated, and a strong woman that is … More #WCW: Gabrielle Union Wade