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There’s More Than Just Priyanka

Before I begin, let me clarify that I, in no way, intend on bad-mouthing Priyanka Chopra’s career. Throughout its entirety, Chopra has faced her own obstacles and has chosen her own way of how to deal with them. However, although she solved her own obstacles she indirectly created obstacles for young Indian women. Where it all began During the first week of school, I sat with one of my best friends, Sruthy, and spoke about my application article for Her Campus UFL that talked about the hyperse

The Trojan Horse for Abortion

In all this commotion about Senate Bill 404 proposed by Senator Stargel, many have very little knowledge of what exactly this bill means to the state of Florida. HB 265/ SB 404 symbolize a slight crack in unleashing the Pandora's box of stricter abortion restrictions in Florida. Many states have enacted abortion laws in the last couple of years and now, slowly but surely, Florida is inching closer to doing the same. Why is this the Trojan Horse? The bill requires that girls under 18 must have

Misinformation for Minorities

As Petyr Baelish once said in Game of Thrones, “Knowledge is power.” Without knowledge, there is a lack of power, for knowing facts and figures could affect your life. I have always been a bookworm and a news snob, so not knowing information has never affected me. However, as I started analyzing different news channels, such as Univision and CNN, the difference in information was noteworthy. It is quite disconcerting to realize that both Hispanic news outlets are heavily biased, sometimes sprea

Facetune: Kryptonite or Lifesaver?

In this day and age, editing your photos seems to be the new normal. It’s just assumed that the picture was edited, and if it’s clearly not edited, it’s a show of extreme self-confidence. Yet, why is this a grand feat when we look like our natural selves every day in real life? I barely posted photos of myself before meeting one of my best friends. Not because I wasn’t confident, but because I simply had never felt the urge to post a picture of just myself. Often, I post group photos to commemor

Minorities in Medicine

Time after time, when the big question of what you want to do with your life comes up, most ethnic kids cringe at the coerced answer of doctor. To be more specific, I thought I wanted to be a doctor from the ages of eight to seventeen when I finally realized that chemistry just wasn’t for me. Why is that the case, where young children dictate the whole course of their lives through their parent’s pressure? It took me years before I actually realized what it took to become a doctor. There’s this

The Mute Button: MVP of a New Era

The start of a new school semester and the continuing reign of Zoom has troubled some of us. Personally, before the start of fall semester, I ripped through my old room and renovated it to befit my needs as a Zoom student. Taking 17 credits has tested not only my GPA but my mental health as well. After ordering three agendas and a wall calendar, it seemed my affairs were in order. There was just one problem left, and sadly I couldn’t remove my family or purchase a new one. The noise in this hous

The Beauty of Language

As a young girl, I would switch back and forth between my perfect English and my broken Spanish constantly. At the age of ten, I became a full-on interpreter for my entire family, always having the burden of explaining to English speakers what my mom needed or wanted to say. Truthfully, I believe one of the reasons I don’t suffer from social anxiety or the fear of public speaking is my responsibility growing up of having to speak on behalf of my mother. For a long time, I dreaded having to roll

The Anime Girl: Female Representation in Anime

One of my favorite topics to talk about is anime. Anime has taken over my free time this quarantine and opened me up to a whole new world of animation and even culture. As someone who didn’t grow up with anime, the common tropes within the medium didn’t influence me as a young girl. However, now, as a young woman and a women’s studies major, I tend to analyze the female representation in any form of media, especially anime. For the most part, every anime fan has watched at least one show that e

Am I an Anime Nerd? Yes, I am

During this stay at home time, instead of being productive by working out or learning new things, I have developed an unhealthy obsession with anime. To give myself some credit, I have picked up a bit of piano and graphic design as well, but the majority of my time is spent either watching anime or stressing out over school. As a result, anime has become my greatest form of stress relief during this crisis. It is a bit unusual, but over the past two to three months I have watched hundreds of ani

The Truth in Xinjiang

During the majority of the year, we’ve focused on the pandemic and the 2020 presidential election. As the latter has now been resolved, it is important that we keep our desire for change alive. Incidents of Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims being compelled to do manual labor in internment camps came across my For You page on Tik Tok. An app that is meant for dances and comedic videos to go viral exposed me to the vile treatment of human beings overseas. I decided to look further into what was go

Styling Against Stereotypes

What to wear? It’s a question that stumbles into our heads each time we struggle to decide on an outfit. Clothes are an important aspect of our lives. They demonstrate who you are and what you are interested in. Style is the unique way in which you choose to dress. As time continues, fashion and trends shapeshift into different things, which leads to judgement when you aren’t following the current trend. Nowadays, what’s in-style is decided by a group of elite YouTubers and influencers. One in

Reproductive Rights in El Salvador

To clarify, I understand that individuals may have varying beliefs and opinions on the topic of abortion. However, for the purpose of this story, I will focus on the laws against miscarriages that have been misconstrued as acts of abortion. As a result, many Salvadorian women have been imprisoned for enduring miscarriages. In El Salvador, abortion continues to be a central topic for debates and discussion. For the most part, the overarching influence within Latin America is Catholicism and Chri

The Search of Justice for Berta Cáceres

The story of Berta Cáceres is often untold. Most of those who have heard of her story are interested in Latin American politics or are from her home country of Honduras. Cáceres played an integral role in the fight against environmental threats caused by the Honduran government. The indigenous Lenca people of Honduras were threatened by the world’s largest dam builder working on the Agua Zarca Dam. The project would affect the treasured Gaulcarque River which was key to the Lenca people’s surviv

WandaVision: “What is grief, if not love persevering?”

Grief. A word many of us dread ever knowing or merely understanding. Unimaginable pain tied with unimaginable power. WandaVision, a show released through Disney+ focuses on Wanda Maximoff’s (aka The Scarlet Witch) grief after losing her parents, brother and partner. Wanda, who most audience members know from the "Avengers" movies, finds herself in an alternate reality with other “characters” living in a sitcom-style town called Westview. In this reality, Wanda never lost Vision, her partner, and

Birth Control vs. The World

There’s a common misconception on contraception. Many people believe that women who take birth-control use the pill solely for avoiding pregnancy; however, there are many more reasons why women turn to birth control for help. Acne can be a real threat to a person’s self-esteem. Once you’re at the age of puberty, not only are your hormones wreaking havoc, but you’re always wondering if people are judging you for your flaws. In some cases, birth control can have a beneficial relationship with acn

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