The Power of Believing in Yourself

By Alyssa Weiss We live in the age of comparison. Our Instagram feeds display our picture-perfect lives for thousands of followers to admire. We post our greatest achievements on Facebook so our hundreds of friends can stay in the loop. We make a Snapchat story every time we’re doing, eating or watching something impressive. In a time where social media is thriving, it’s only natural … Continue reading The Power of Believing in Yourself

Eight Tips for Powering Through New York City

By Brooke Bajgrowicz I had always wanted to go to New York City, so when given the opportunity over spring break, of course I took it. Taking on the Big Apple makes you feel like you can take on the world – it makes you feel powerful. So from a first-time New York tourist to you, here are eight pieces of advice for facing one … Continue reading Eight Tips for Powering Through New York City

The Power of your 20s

By Michelle Tapia As a graduating senior, it’s no surprise I’ve been especially pensive about my life and my future. It’s a moment that shouldn’t come as a surprise to me considering the past 17 years of schooling have been building up to this. Graduating school means making the final step into becoming an Adult™ and all of a sudden we have to make hard and … Continue reading The Power of your 20s

Powerful Skin Care Routines That Pack a Punch

By Rhina Garcia I have always channeled my stress into a variety of things. Sometimes I don’t eat enough, or I eat too much. Sometimes I can’t sleep, and other days I can’t make it past noon without a nap. Regardless of how the rest of my mind and body reacts to this, there is one constant in my stress: My skin freaks out along … Continue reading Powerful Skin Care Routines That Pack a Punch

What Moving Away For College Taught Me

By Isa Perez Unlike most people, where I would attend college was already predetermined before I was even born. My grandfather put me onto the Florida Prepaid plan and said I would never leave. I would attend Florida International University and live at home in Miami. Little did he know his granddaughter would grow up to be determined and independent. I never really grew up … Continue reading What Moving Away For College Taught Me

What’s in your name?

By Klarizza Aggabao Do you remember the iconic balcony scene in William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet when Juliet questions why Romeo has to be Romeo, a Montague. Her exact quote, “What’s Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot, nor arm, nor face, nor any other part belonging to a man. O, be some other name! What’s in a name? That which we call a rose … Continue reading What’s in your name?

Unconventional Power Couples

By Elayza Gonzalez Sorry Jay and Bey, but it’s time someone else gets their day in the sun (even though you’ll always be #GOALS). Power couples are defined as two individuals who are equally strong, independent and dynamic and together can conquer the world. In today’s day and age, it’s important to acknowledge power couples don’t need to consist of a man and a woman … Continue reading Unconventional Power Couples