From Lemon Groves to Butcher Shops

The wheels of our luggage rolled across the smooth, polished floors of the airport. In July of this past summer, my dream of traveling the world with my friends became a reality. After winning the Glocal Challenge last year, an innovative project for students at…

Introducing Georgia Lou!

Hey there! My name is Georgia Lou and I am a first year at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. As of right now, I am an intended Biology and Anthropology major on the pre-health track, but I am definitely open and excited to explore new…

A Small Price to Pay

Being raised by religious immigrant parents has shaped the person I am today. My parents are Muslims who emigrated from Sudan to America in their teens. I was raised surrounded by the Sudanese culture. My mother always cooks Sudanese food and burns Sudanese incense in…

PCOS Blog

We’re Chatting Again!

We had a great summer and now we’re back to chatting about PCOS! Whether you’re new to our chat or you’re a frequent flyer, we would love for you to join us today and once a month to discuss PCOS-related stuff with specialists and other…

Appreciating the Adults in Your Life

Since I’ve gone away to college, I notice that I interact with my parents differently when I come home than I used to in high school when I saw them more frequently. I make more of a conscious effort now to thank them for providing…

Introducing Nicole!

Hi! My name is Nicole and I’m a rising 9th grader at the O’Bryant. I’m really interested in writing and have been for pretty much my whole life. In my free time I like to draw and hang out with my friends. I really love…

Saving Our Planet One Bottle at a Time

Recycling (turning trash into reusable materials) is a superpower that is frequently underestimated. I personally was one to undervalue the impact recycling can make on the Earth, until I began to research the topic. One organization that is making great strides is Recycle Across America….