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Gen-Z Perspective

Gen Z and Mental Health – New Frontiers

Written By Michael Robb Struggles against mental health have persisted across generations, but the rising adults of Gen Zhave been able to confront them with an unprecedented level of unity and openness. What feltimpossible to discuss openly mere decades ago now has many outlets thanks to community-minded spaces on the internet and influential artists expressing […]
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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Written By Kathryn Marsh, Prosecutor POV Content Warning: This article contains references of sexual assault & abuse. Please continue reading with care. Jane made it home. Her arms wrapped tightly around herself, just needing to hold herself together a little longer. Once she made it inside, she collapsed on the couch, in shock, in pain, […]

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Written By Kathryn Marsh, Prosecutor POV The phone beeped and Jane jumped a little. Her friends asked if she was going to check her phone. “Not now, I’ll check it later”. Jane didn’t want to check her phone. She knew it would be Mike, wondering where she was, again. Jane also knew it would be […]

Leave The Other Half Behind, Look For A Cherry Instead

A newlywed’s advice on the first step one should take for finding ‘the one’ in the healthiest way. Written By Sarah Correa-Dibar, Gen Z POV When my friends or colleagues ask me how it feels to be married, my true response is “complete.” It’s not because my husband is my ‘other half’ or ‘he completes […]

Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays?

Is One More American Than the Other? A Prosecutor’s Perspective By: Kathryn Marsh Recently, around this time of year, there appears to be a lot of debate about using “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays,” in fact it’s become such a hot button issue that there is now political polling on what phrase should be used […]