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The Center for Civil and Human Rights held “Exploring your Passion, Creating Your Career” on March 19. The event, sponsored by The Atlanta Tribune, allowed middle and high school girls an opportunity to gain information about different careers and fields from women in various professions such as medicine, tourism, media, and music. Read on
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Typically, when we hear of actors wearing wigs, fake teeth, prosthetic noses, and makeup that changes the color of their skin, outrageous characters such as werewolves, aliens, and witches come to mind. But in late 2012, fans across the country were disappointed to know that Zoe Saldana would require these cosmetic contrivances in order to…

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Newly minted non-profit Tuo-Be Youth Development Foundation held a panel discussion March 17 to discuss adolescent behavior. Throughout the meeting, panelists and the audience discussed how parenting can affect the behaviors of teens. Read on
This semester, VOX Investigates takes a deep dive into teen dating violence. According to loveisrespect.org, an organization dedicated to combating dating violence, one in three teens is a victim of sexual, physical, verbal or emotional abuse stemming from an unhealthy dating relationship. Sometimes, unhealthy relationships can be ingrained in our thinking through various mediums, including…

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Spring is finally here and that means spring break is near. That also means a week off from school with no homework, no projects and no tests (unless you have the teacher that loves to assign work over breaks). But most importantly, if you are lucky enough, you can get out of town! When I…

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With the contentious presidential primaries at their climax, it is unsurprising that many teens may not be aware of another pressing international issue: the Zika virus. Read on