Nesha S. Girl Reporter If I get more than 4 hours of sleep on a school night, it is usually because I have accidentally fallen asleep on my books, my chromebook, or even worse – the midnight snack my mom brought me, which is now smeared across my forehead. Yet, as I struggle out of my daze, I know that I am not the only … Continue reading Girl Report | Sleeplessness: The Teen Epidemic
Nesha S. Girl Reporter The fall season is long over and now, as the winter season slowly comes to an end, I will miss all the traditions and celebrations that are part of those seasons. The fall to winter months have always been my favorite ones because it is a time of many cultural celebrations and holidays. I respect all the festivities and traditions being … Continue reading Girl Report | Diwali : One Cultural Celebration of Many
Nesha S. Girl Reporter As we celebrate Veteran’s Day, we honor our military veterans, those who sacrificed for our country, and we celebrate our American history. The history of America is our hope for the future. It is a history of incredible valor, sacrifice, tragedy, love, war, struggle, failure, victory, diversity, and unity. Empires rise and fall. It is up to the next generations, including … Continue reading Girl Report | History: Our Hope for the Future
Elise M. Girl Reporter After a recent trip to Comic Con in Long Beach, California, I’ve been inspired to read quite a few comics and graphic novels that I discovered at the convention. One of my personal favorites was “Olive and the Underworld”. I was fortunate enough to meet the both the writer and the artist behind the work, Emily Felt and Laura West. … Continue reading Girl Report | Power in Imagination
Sofia S. Girl Reporter This past Wednesday March 8, was International Women’s Day. It is a worldwide day that is celebrated all over the world to promote the cultural and political rights for women everywhere. Although girls have achieved and fulfilled many obstacles in life, we still continue to accomplish more! On February 28, 1909, IWD was first celebrated in the United States, … Continue reading Girl Report | Women’s History Month
Sadness is relative. It’s not a competition between people to see who has more stress in their life. We all have days when we just want to scream and cry, and as a young person your daily life is full of ups and downs, trying to juggle friends, family, school and other activity demands. It’s the same for adults, too. But when the drama in your life seems … Continue reading 16-year old Malala Yousafzai: The first girl ever to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.