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!

Long High-Waisted Denim Shorts are Making an Unexpected Comeback

One fashion trend that I never thought would come back is the high-waisted long denim shorts and I am not disappointed. Although I was hesitant at first, long denim shorts deserve some recognition. They can be worn with oversized clothing, tighter tops, and crop tops. Whether you cuff them or not, these shorts are 100% a summertime essential.

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“Skinimalism” is Changing the Makeup Game

As the saying goes, “All good things come to those who wait.” This especially goes for the trending “skinimalism” movement. This beauty trend is putting more of an emphasis on skincare and minimal makeup and less of an emphasis on heavy makeup products.

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Billie Eilish Serves Looks and a Powerful Message on the Cover of Vogue

Billie Eilish is once again breaking the internet with her picture features in Vogue. While Billie is breathtaking in these photos, we cannot overlook the fact that she is both open about how she is changing and ready to raise awareness about some pressing topics.

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Neutrals are Back in Full Force

While the Y2K fashion trend is full of bright colors, neutral palettes are coming back in full force. Brown, white, and black tones are taking over closets, and I predict that this color trend is here to stay. I believe that this trending color palette is likely a result of the increasingly popular minimalist trend!

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We Took Boba for Granted!

As if living through a global pandemic isn’t already stressful enough, the United States is about to experience a tragic shortage of tapioca balls, otherwise known as boba. Yes, that is right: bubble tea is about to become a luxury within the next few months or even weeks.

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Why You Should Not Sleep on “Over” by Andi

Andi is a popular new artist who is on the rise. Her fun personality and new music releases are a few of the ways she is becoming increasingly popular. Andi recently released her hit single “Over,” which already has more than 1.5 million streams on Spotify. The song, which is accompanied by a high-quality music video, is one you will not want to miss out on.

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How the COVID-19 Vaccine Comes with a Sweet Surprise

The COVID-19 vaccine can save lives and come with a sweet surprise. To encourage people to get vaccinated, Krispy Kreme is once again trying to make this year sweeter and brighter. As of 3/22, anyone who shows their COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card will receive a free original glazed doughnut from Krispy Kreme.

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John Tateishi and the Fight for a Better Tomorrow

Our country is guilty of a multitude of injustices and wrongdoings. One of the greatest social injustices in American history is the imprisonment of the entire Japanese American population after the bombing at Pearl Harbor. Not only were Japanese Americans stripped of their constitutional rights as American citizens, but they …

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Is There Enough Media on the Surge of Migrants?

New photos of immigrant children in U.S. custody at the border have been released, and people are wondering why the Biden administration is trying to keep them from the public. These photos, released by Representative Henry Cuellar, show children that are separated by plastic walls and lying under foil blankets.

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Why the Bassett and Rodrigo Tea is Old News

“Driver’s License” by Olivia Rodrigo took the world by storm when it was first released. Not only was it a good song but the alleged drama between her and her Disney channel co-star Joshua Bassett kept us all entertained. While it seemed like there was a messy love triangle between Rodrigo, Bassett, and Sabrina Carpenter, who had all had their claim to fame on the Disney Channel, we are left wondering whether this was real or just a publicity stunt.

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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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