A Reflection: Who Defines Beauty?

By Camden Cook Individuals growing up in the twenty–first century are inundated with information from the mass media. It’s impossible to dispute that we are greatly influenced by the ongoing stream of content presented to consumers, a large portion of which subliminally establishes unattainable standards.     The media places a great deal of value on the … More A Reflection: Who Defines Beauty?

Should college students worry about lack of sleep?

By Jaslyn Ravenscraft and Alexis Potter Pulling all-nighters and avoiding 8 a.m. classes at all costs has become the narrative of college students’ sleep patterns, but students may want to consider the effects that a lack of sleep has on them, such as lack of productivity and poor overall health. The American Academy of Sleep … More Should college students worry about lack of sleep?

Fresh Finds at the Phoenix Farmers Market

By Camden Cook It’s Saturday morning, and shoppers are eagerly flocking to the Downtown Phoenix Open Air Market, which offers a plethora of fresh produce and natural beauty products. A weekly occurrence, the market serves not only as a shopping platform but also as a means of connecting with other like-minded individuals. Here you will … More Fresh Finds at the Phoenix Farmers Market

6 Tips to Taking the Leap and Starting Your Own Blog

By Maya Foxall In this day and age, everybody has their own voice and an online platform to share that voice. What sets some people apart is the platform they use. Blogs have become quite popular over the last few years, offering another platform for individualized voices to be heard. Oddly enough I get to … More 6 Tips to Taking the Leap and Starting Your Own Blog