Women’s Rights in Iran: What’s Happening Right Now and How to Help – Her Campus

"Trigger warning: this article contains information pertaining to violence, specifically toward women.  In September 2022, 22-year-old Mahsa Amini was arrested and killed at the hands of Iran’s morality police for improperly wearing her hijab. This has led to what many are now calling a revolution consisting of protests all over the world. While Iranian officials claim that …

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Five of the Best Trader Joe’s Items for an Unforgettable Fall – Her Campus

"Not only does fall mark the start of a new semester, but it also calls for the seasonal trip to Trader Joe’s. There is nothing more satisfying than the return of pumpkins, and of course, a brand new batch of some of my favorite items with a fall twist — only at Trader Joe’s. I …

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Media’s Influence on Children – Lexspects

*****This is a piece I had published to my school online magazine called Lexspects. There is fantastic work on their site, if you would like to read more work from young people (lexspects.com). For now, enjoy my most recent piece on the influence of media on children. A boy runs around the kiddie pool yelling …

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A Special Education Student Speaks: When Misconceptions and Ignorance Raise Barriers -Education Week

A Special Education Student Speaks: When Misconceptions and Ignorance Raise Barriers Misconceptions and ignorance add to students’ hurdles *This article was published on Education Week's national website. Click here to read it on their site.* By Darya Iranmanesh December 5, 2018 The music began to play as the curtains unfolded, exposing a dark and unfamiliar …

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