By Isabella Martinez on April 8, 2021 During a time when no one knew what the future had in store for us, recent graduates, such as Armando Ramirez, struggled to find employment following the end of his college period. Graduating from Oakland University in the summer of 2020, Armando applied to multiple different firms, hopingContinue reading “Life of a Covid-19 Graduate”
Alayna Currey, Bryan Clinthorne, Iris Zou and Bella Martinez Body image is a struggle that many will come into contact with in their lifetimes. Not just weight, but anything from height, to skin tone, to body type. These insecurities manifest with different severities, and with different symptoms. We decided to focus on the way individualsContinue reading “Beauty is Not A “One Size Fits All””
Health in Numbers One of the biggest dividers in the US is the rich from the poor. In 2018, nearly 7.5 million families were living in poverty, which is considered a 4.7% rate. As for that same year, Oakland County was home to 106,451 families that made less than $10,000. These factors then have toContinue reading “Lab 7”
I use it Ana-Laura Escamilla is a 20 year old college student who lives in Clarkson, Michigan. I got to interview Ana to ask her some questions about the vitamins she takes on a regular basis.
Roberto and his Health It’s not uncommon for adults in the U.S to be diagnosed with some sort of health issue. On average, according to the cdc, this happens to 6 in 10 adults across the country. This may be whether it’s cancer, strokes, a heart disease, chronic lung disease, Alzheimer’s disease, etc. What makesContinue reading “Simple Digital Story”
Understanding Health Issues Drugs are a worldwide health issue that has caused the death of thousands of people. In some areas it is a lot more common than others, such as Pontiac, MI. This city, located in Oakland County, has had a drug problem for years. It’s not uncommon for me to read a newsContinue reading “Lab 5”
My health story Making sure I keep a positive mind set at all times can be challenging, especially during these times. As a college student, I remind myself that taking breaks to focus on my mental health is okay. One of the ways in which I do that is with Ballet Folklorico, mexican folk dancing. Continue reading “Lab 3”
Immigrant Health Workers Immigration is a very important topic all around, but especially for those who deal with it first hand. Paulina Velasco, a journalist in California, took it upon herself to check in with those who help the Latinx community. Questioning them on their mental health and how they keep themselves focused and putContinue reading “Lab 1”