Madison Clark

Madison Clark

Bio: Madison Clark is from Southern California. She is originally from Connecticut but is currently a college student at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Her major is business, but she hopes to move into a concentration of marketing, fashion design, and advertising. Madison has always enjoyed being a writer and learning all about the fashion industry. She also has a passion for writing book reviews, bringing awareness to various political issues, and being an advocate for the body positivity movement. She is excited to not only develop as a person but as a writer and student!

This Starbucks Launch Could Be the Best One Yet

If you are a Starbucks fan, then you will know that people are going crazy over the new Starbucks drink and food launch. While they just dropped today, these new aesthetically pleasing drinks are going to make you want to drive to your nearest Starbucks.

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Stopping Subconscious Bias in Sports is Something We All Need to Work on

There is no doubt that there is racism and bias in sports. Every single day, players face the harsh reality that they are often treated differently based on their race, religion, and/or sexual orientation. I believe that no matter how much we try to combat this issue in sports, there will always be some level of subconscious bias. No amount of education and punishment can completely eradicate the discrimination our country faces, but it is a good place to start.

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Massive Iceberg Broke off From Brunt Ice Shelf

March, 2021 is already off to a rough start as British researchers found that a massive iceberg broke off Antarctica’s Brunt Ice Shelf. To put it in perspective, this iceberg is about 490 square miles, which is larger than New York City. Surprisingly, this is on the smaller size of icebergs that have broken off.

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Caroline Marks

Athlete of the Month for March 2021 Facebook Instagram Bio Highlights Bio Caroline Marks, who was born in Boca Raton, Florida, is an American professional surfer who has broken the boundaries of surfing. Not only was she the youngest female to compete in a World Surf League event, but she …

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Good Job by Alicia Keys

Video of the Month for March 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EiNDxN2O5rc&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=Hescia “Good Job” by Alicia Keys is a beautiful tribute to all the hard work and dedication of health care and essential workers. This song is a part of the Ad Council #OutThereForUs campaign. This video is meant to highlight all the bravery …

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James Leigh

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Fleetwood Mac

Flashback Artist of the Month for March 2021 Facebook Twitter Youtube Bio Love Shines Bio Fleetwood Mac is a British-American rock band formed in London in 1967. The group was founded by Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood, and Jeremy Spencer. John McVie eventually joined the group. This group is one of …

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Nicky Jam

Reggaeton Artist of the Month for March 2021 Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Soundcloud Bio Fan de Tus Fotos Bio Nick Rivera Caminero, otherwise Nicky Jam, is an American singer and songwriter. He was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He is known for his Latin trap and reggaeton music. Some of his …

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John Pacheco

Latin Artist of the Month for March 2021 Bio EL FAISAN Bio Juan Azarias Pacheco Knipping, otherwise known as Johnny Pacheco, is a musical legend. He was born on March 25th, 1935, in Santiago de los Caballeros. This Dominican-American musician, arranger, composer, bandleader, and record producer dedicated and gave so …

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Will Tiger Woods Ever Recover?

The infamous Tiger Woods is known not only for his incredible golf career but also for his multiple injuries. While he did have a lot of victories, he has also had countless losses.

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Biden Administration Works to Make 25 Million Masks Available to Health Centers and Food Banks

In another effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19, the Biden administration has announced that they would make 35 million masks available at community health centers and food banks.

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Attacks Against Asian Americans are on the Rise

Hate crimes against Asian Americans amidst the COVID-19 pandemic are not only disgusting but are also plaguing our country. What started off as harmful words and racial slurs is now widespread violence, hate, and discrimination.

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