After a recent bill banned plastic straws, metal alternatives offer users a more ecologically-friendly option.Read more
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BY DOMINIQUE LIE
Although there are countless instances where I’ve demonstrated my shortcomings as a daughter, I remember a particular time about 10 years ago when my sisters and I neglected the filial responsibility of even acknowledging the day dedicated to appreciating our Mother.
BY DOROTHY LIE
I closed my eyes and envisioned the Cinderella snow globe that consumed by innermost desires; then, I flipped the coin.
by MELLISA MULIA
Living as a Muslim with an uncommonly spelled name can be complicated and impractical to say the least.
Facing challenges in school is an unavoidable part of being a student, but experiences in struggle and defeat will build strong resilience.Read more
by DOROTHY LIE
My parents always reminded my twin sister, Dominique and me, “You guys are two parts of a whole, one completes the other.”
by DOMINIQUE LIE
When my mother tells us about how she found out she was having twins, it seems almost make-believe.
by EVELYN WONG
To tread the last step of the eight-mile hike toward Mount Hollywood’s summit for the first time is truly surreal.Read more
by Robert Miranda
What is light?Read more