On November 5th, the media was primed to push out a story about the sad, lazy and apathetic Millennial Generation who couldn’t even make it to the polls to take part in democracy and vote. But then November 6th happened – and the Millennial vote determined the election because not only did we (...)
Obama’s re-election came largely from the help of Millennials nationwide. According to a survey by the Pew Research Center, 60% of Millennials came out for Barack Obama, compared to 36% for Mitt Romney.
Our votes had a huge effect on this 2012 election.CIRCLE, a research group at Tufts (...)
“I have the highest hopes for the new generation of Latinas. They need to know that they are growing up in a world where they have more opportunities than their parents could ever imagine, and that they are indeed the future.”
Those inspiring words came from female powerhouse, Nely Galan. In (...)
So, as everyone who's even glanced over my blog knows, I live in Texas. I've mentioned it in almost every post I've put up, mostly because of the effect it has on my view of the world, plus I find most Texans pretty hilarious, for obvious reasons, haha. I'm pretty critical of my state, but living (...)
With the rising popularity of social networking websites, it's all too easy to organize an event. Any facebook user should know that all you need to do is go to the events tab and click create new and after inviting a few friends you'll be on your way to hosting your own get-together.
So, when (...)
Anyone who knows me (or has at least read my profile) knows that I have a love for learning languages. Like many American students, I started out with Spanish in high school. I loved it so much, that when I got to college I decided to continue studying Spanish and also decided to take up French. I (...)