My message would be, “Just do you, create what you like, what best suites you and don’t try to alter yourself for the likes of others because you’re really doing this for yourself.
Lit Mag is produced by students in Youth Radio’s intermediate training program and peer teaching interns. Contributors produce work surrounding a central theme using visual arts, journalism and music skills learned through training.
Buddhism. The word evokes images of meditation, shaved monks, and the mantra of “love and peace.” What the word is…
Gracie Arevalo is a 17-year-old high school girl and #72 on the Saint Mary’s College High School football team. Gracie…
Multimedia students worked in the visual realm to bring their own art and creativity to go with our central theme Rhythm & Move.
Rhythm & Move: Music Track This session’s Bridge music students made beats with percussive sample elements to go with our…
Leaving your home and traveling to a far, distant land requires great bravery.
It’s becoming a little easier for people to be proud of who they are even if it isn’t what people originally thought was “normal” or “attractive.” We’re changing what those words mean and I think that’s a move in the right direction.
For most of the girls that I got the opportunity to interview, African dance is an outlet for them. It is something that either ties them to their culture or simply gives them a space to feel safe and express their passion for dance.
You should just release whatever you feel needs to be gone in that moment and what needs to be uplifted in your brain.