Savannah Howard

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Trendy Spring/Summer Makeup Tips for Oily Skin

By Savannah Howard Blog Content Contributor Twice a year, new makeup trends arise for the Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter seasons. New trends are always based on or inspired by the previous year’s trends and by what celebrities have been wearing. However, some trends are included every year so I would go as far to say that they are staple makeup looks based on the seasons. For example, dewy skin, glossy lips, […]

todayApril 12, 2018 141


Meeting Meditation in the Middle

By Savannah Howard Blog Content Contributor Our society has the mindset of always being on the go. People feel like they have a million things to do and not enough time in their days to do them. Or, they feel like they have to have something to do or they are wasting the day. We are bombarded with messages that tell us we are not doing enough or could be […]

todayApril 9, 2018 271 1


We Needed Wakanda

By Savannah Howard Web Content Contributor (This article is spoiler free!) The majority of the movies that have black actors in the leading roles are usually about slavery, the civil rights movement or some position of oppression and submission. Plus, the small minority of movies that depict black life with some form of accuracy and dignity are underfunded and not well known. How many more slave movies can be made? […]

todayMarch 5, 2018 31

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Representation in Education

By Savannah Howard Blog Content Contributor On Thursday, Feb. 1, Monteplier High School in Vermont became the first high school in the United States to raise a Black Lives Matter (BLM) flag. This was done in support of the BLM movement and to bring awareness to the inequality of education and resources to black students. BLM brings the sometimes uncomfortable subject of race to the forefront. It calls out the […]

todayFebruary 21, 2018 24

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Don’t Claim Our Cornrows

By Savannah Howard Web Content Contributor In Black culture, hair has a rich, deep-run history. When you dismiss it as being “just hair,” you are belittling the sense of identity that has been passed down for hundreds of years. In the United States, from slavery, to the Civil Rights Movement, to present day, Black hair has been revolutionary, political and a representation of perseverance. Although society has come a long […]

todayFebruary 20, 2018 21


Save the Date: Neon Desert Festival

By Savannah Howard Blog Content Contributor Neon Desert Music Festival is returning for another year during Memorial Day weekend! The festival will be making its eighth appearance in El Paso, Texas, on Saturday, May 26th and Sunday, May 27th. El Paso is a city in West Texas sitting on the Rio Grande and has hosted Neon Desert since its inception in 2009. The festival is two days of music including […]

todayFebruary 5, 2018 89

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Male Pleasure Should Not Equal Female Discomfort

By Savannah Howard Blog Content Contributor The concept that a women’s sexual pleasure is less important than men’s is too normalized. In porn the female orgasm is rarely portrayed accurately. The actresses are always climaxing multiple times from penetration alone and/or way too quickly. In movies and TV, there's that scene where the woman is tired, but her partner wants to fool around so she’ll suppress an eye roll and […]

todayJanuary 26, 2018 67

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