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by Rebecca Hughes, Girl Talk Ambassador It’s International Women’s Day, and this year I could not be more excited to be a young woman! This day is celebrated to eliminate discrimination against women. It also honors historical accomplishments made by women. Throughout history, women have been denied equal rights. Susan B. Anthony was one of…

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by Jessica Rao, Girl Talk Ambassador With our endless school work, and all of the other things going on in our lives, we tend to forget about the little things. A smile. A compliment. A hug. It’s tiny things like these that can make a person’s day. That’s why we should make more of an…

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by Jessica Rao, Girl Talk Ambassador The stores are flooded with bright pink candy boxes, giant teddy bears, and flowers. This can only mean one thing: that Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Despite what you may think, you don’t need to be in a relationship to celebrate Valentine’s Day. It can be Galentine’s…

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by Jenna Mains, Girl Talk Ambassador   As the New Year is coming up, everyone asks each other that infamous question; what are your New Year’s Resolutions? The classic answer is usually to become fit, start working out more or start a new diet, and they tend to only last for a month at most…

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by Jessica Rao, Girl Talk Ambassador Finals week. All nighters spent cramming information. Drinking coffee to stay awake. The feeling of constant exhaustion. Flying pens and pencils. Endless words. Piles of paper everywhere. Until at last, a light at the end of the tunnel: winter break. After studying so hard to ace your finals, you…

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It's Okay to Not Feel Okay | Mental Health Awareness | Girl Talk

  It’s okay to not feel okay. I promise. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, but the importance of being fully aware of the issues surrounding mental health is a year-round endeavor. I’m a senior in college and I’ve been struggling with my mental health since high school. As a teenager, I was the queen…

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