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When it comes to being Black in the LGBTQ+ community, many of us are exposed to a unique brand of prejudice that is brought about in response to our overlapping identities Read on
Unlike previous generations, the teenagers of today have grown up with easy access to the internet along with several different social media apps. I am currently a senior in high school and I have had many social media apps including Instagram and Snapchat since sixth grade. As a teen of this generation, I feel that…

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As of July 22, 2022, a federal appeals court ruled that Georgia’s “Heartbeat Law” could immediately take effect, banning most abortions. The new “Heartbeat Law” will prohibit abortions as soon as cardiac activity is recorded and monitored. Last month’s Supreme Court decision allowed this state legislation to take effect. When the Supreme Court overturned Roe…

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Many struggle with finding new books to read, including myself! This selection of reads might help you explore new genres, stories, and adventures. “I Love You So Mochi” by Sarah Kuhn The story was so heartwarming. The way the relationships in the story grew from stranger to lover and from estranged to understanding mom, made…

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What do you think of when you hear the word nostalgia? Bright colors? Playgrounds and toys? The 80’s? Nostalgic feelings for days gone by have only been increasing as we move through an uncertain future, and the fashion trends of our generation are no exception.  From tramp stamps and low rise jeans, to boldly colored…

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It’s no secret that teen girls are disproportionately affected when it comes to Instagram and their body image. Due to this, 1 out of 3 teen users have their body image worsened. The fact of the matter is that Instagram is bottomless, sending no signals of when to stop scrolling. VMCer Katharine Markiewicz interviews three…

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