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International Men’s Day: How Men’s Mental Health is Portrayed in Movies Matters

By Melanie Love Salazar Web Content Contributor Humans tend to be impacted by what is around them. The words they hear between their family members, the ads they see consistently, the books they read can all build a message in an individual’s mind of how the world works. This can all be a good thing when positive and helpful messages are being absorbed, but what happens when the message is […]

todayNovember 19, 2021 223

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How to Approach Journaling and Writing Ideas

By Melanie Love Salazar Web Content Contributor Many people swear by journaling and claim it to be great as a means for better understanding and processing your emotions. Perhaps it is simply writing your thoughts on paper that helps you take a step back and understand them rather than fixate on them. Additionally, for those who feel they have no one to turn to, getting out the thoughts they hold […]

todayNovember 5, 2021 29

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Creating Better Habits

By Melanie Salazar Web Content Contributor It seems there is a similarity in the aspects people advise to add or strip from your life to create a healthier one: managing your time better. According to an article published by Healthline, “it can take anywhere from 18 to 254 days for a person to form a new habit,” so consistency is necessary. A lot of people claim to be too busy […]

todayOctober 22, 2021 34 2

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The Only Fall Show You Need to Watch

By Melanie Love Salazar Web Content Contributor There are a good amount of fall shows out there. But only one really gives you that warm feeling of autumn, and- coming from someone who’s on their third time watching it, still does not get old. Gilmore Girls follows the story of mother and daughter, Rory and Lorelai Gilmore, figuring out life with the help of those around them. Lorelai, who had […]

todayOctober 11, 2021 56

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Adapting to Change

By Melanie Love Salazar Web Content Contributor There is a quote that states, “nothing is constant but change.” I am beginning to realize how true that is, as I experience these first few weeks as a sophomore in college. As a freshman, I hoped COVID-19 would be something of the past by the time I began my second year. Although it did not exactly get better, the ways in which […]

todaySeptember 15, 2021 57 1

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Lesson Learned: Freshman Year

By Melanie Love SalazarWeb Content Contributor Being a freshman during the first year of college amongst a pandemic was weird. I know there are thousands of more elaborate words I could use but “weird” is what best fits. New student orientation was online, everything felt dangerous for the first few months, and it was difficult to find a balance between having fun my first year and being exceedingly responsible about […]

todayMay 10, 2021 18

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Maybe It Didn’t Happen For A Reason

 By Melanie SalazarWeb Content Contributor I used to wholeheartedly believe that everything happened for a reason; I was good at it too. I could see all the small inconveniences in my life, like having to take an alternate route because of a road closure or the person in front of me taking 10 minutes too long on their coffee order, making me late. They all seemed like things that had […]

todayApril 15, 2021 28

Taylor Swift’s album Folklore


Our Connection to Others Through Music

By Melanie Love SalazarWeb Content Contributor On March 14th, 2021, Taylor Swift won her eleventh grammy. This time for her album folklore, which was released this past July. It was a special moment, not just for her, but for the millions of people who felt this album was created for them. Over the past year, the pandemic caused people worldwide to search for ways to connect with others despite being […]

todayApril 1, 2021 55

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Empathy Is the Solution

By Melanie Love SalazarWeb Content Contributor Growing up, empathy was not a term I heard much about. This led me to enter my teenaged high school years absent of knowing the importance of attempting to understand situations from another person’s point of view. As you can imagine, it could have been a crucial tool to me around that time to help me navigate healthy friendships and to get along with […]

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