A 12-year-old girl picks up her bead kit and begins to string little black beads into a bracelet -- a gift for her mom. As her mom wore it, the compliments poured in and she began to realize this could be more than just a craft.
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Marshmallows: a commonly forgotten childhood treat typically bought at grocery stores, added to hot chocolate and used as an essential ingredient in making the ever-so-loved s’mores.
She wakes up to the sound of a new email. Her inbox is flooded with show confirmations, event invitations and editors’ questions. She’d arrive at the office to confirm the seating and prioritize the editors by seniority when it came to ticketing.
She receives her assignment along with her partner for her latest project. She arrives at her destination: a block in downtown Phoenix. Upon her arrival, she sees an open, abandoned field with parking meters and chain link fences.
It’s 9 a.m. on a Monday. It’s time to get ready. A student puts on their rainbow-striped pants with a green patch on the right knee. He throws on his red and yellow long-sleeved top with polka dots on the sleeves. He slips on his large, shiny blue and yellow shoes and ties his red laces. Finally, he adds his rainbow curly-haired fro to complete his look. He leaves his house to begin the day “clowning around.”
Bare walls are covered with paintings. An unfurnished room is filled with furniture. Empty cabinets are filled with kitchenware. The once sparse apartment turns into a decorated home. One local organization is behind this transformation: The Welcome to America Project.
The red carpet lies on top of the ice. Fans are in their seats. A couple that are longtime season-ticket holders begin to make their way to center ice for the ceremonial puck drop.
Everyday women. Curvy models. Inner beauty.
A new online order has been submitted. A woman just purchased a gold dress with a black vinyl square on the front containing the words “Estrogen Made Me Do it.”
At first glance, the brown metal racks appear to be full of multicolored bikes. Upon taking a second glance the picture isn’t as perfect as you thought. It becomes noticeable that the turquoise bike to your left is missing a wheel and the shiny red bicycle a couple bikes over is without a seat. Remnants of a broken lock near an empty rack signify that one student’s mode of transportation may have found a new owner.
A door that exposes one to a house filled with books. Visitors pass the bright-colored shelves that lead to the backyard containing many chairs and a wooden stage. A place where people gather to experience literature and music was in jeopardy last year.
Being underage always has it limitations. You can only be places during a certain time, if you are even allowed to be there at all. It can be frustrating to make plans because of these limitations, but it doesn't have to be difficult. Here are a few places that have events specifically for minors.
The semester is over, finals are completed and what better way to celebrate than to go on a day trip to some of the best places in Arizona?
Students wait hours prior to the week of ticket distribution. Photo by Luu Nguyen
Lauren Blair in her element with her violin. Photo courtesy of Lauren Blair
Carmen Estep, member of The Body Project Photo by Luu Nguyen
Sometimes a change in scenery can be a good thing. It can change your outlook on life or just make your day better. Leaving the usual college environment and escaping to a different city for a few hours can make a huge difference. Whether the trip takes you to Glendale, Scottsdale or Gilbert, here are a few restaurants you shouldn't miss.