When you find out It’s Really…..

By: Andrea Moore As a parent, I continuously find myself telling my daughters “you can do that when you get older”. In addition, when my stepdaughter lived with me and my husband I remember telling her  “when you get on your own you are going to have to…”, many times. Furthermore, I can remember my…

You’re Important, but Why Aren’t We Considered the Same?

By: Chloe Catrow There’s no doubt that men have been given precedence over women for millions of years. Our accomplishments and impact as women is constantly being denied by our male counterparts. However, when it comes to issues that impact women negatively (such as violence, sexual assault, misogyny, etc.) these issues often aren’t deemed important…

Step Into the “Adult” Side

By Andrea Moore Back when I was growing up, I thought my sweet 16 birthday was supposed to be the start of my true “young adult” life. This would be the year I started driving, was able to go out with my friends alone, and I could even get a job so I wouldn’t have…

The Cost of Being Comfortable

by LaJoia Cannon My comfort zone has always been isolation. Even as an adult, I find that I am most comfortable alone or in smaller groups. It made navigating through academics, my career and personal life so much “easier” …at least, that was my rationale. In college, I elected online-learning. Professionally, I opted for jobs…