An Open Letter to The U.S. Court of Appeals

This letter is in response to the U.S. Court of Appeals’s decision to ban dreadlocks in the work place, allowing employers to discriminate against those who have the hairstyle. Click here for a rundown of the case.  Advertisements

When a Good Brand Goes Bad: Colourpop’s Product Naming Fauxpas

By Michaela Felix Photos courtesy of Instagram/Colourpop Cosmetics and Twitter Colourpop Cosmetics’s popularity has risen in recent years due to their not only affordable beauty products but the amazing quality that comes with such a low price tag. With products ranging from highlighters to liquid lipsticks to more recently brow products, their range (and following)…

Self Care and it’s Importance

By: Aaliyah Roulhac As a college student, it is easy to get submerged in so many different responsibilities that you forget to fulfill your most important one- caring for yourself. Self-care can be conducted in various forms; making sure you get the correct amount of sleep, having a balanced diet, making sure to squeeze in…

RU Stressin?

By Jasanna Sevier As the semester starts up and deadlines are already staring you down, it is important to take a step back and reevaluate yourself. Are you already drowning in the responsibilities of your course load? Or are you going through each day painfully waiting for the night so you can sleep or relieve…

“I didn’t chose the pageant life, it chose me…”

By: Rachelle Legrand Those were my thoughts after competing in my first Miss America Local Preliminary and receiving 1st runner up and the talent award. I had grown up watching pageants on television and had seen my sister grace the Miss Teen New Jersey USA stage as a child. As the theatrical child I was,…