New Year, Same Me?

There’s rarely a direct reason for my anxiety—it swells and recedes with little announcement and less explanation—but there’s always ample frustration over it: after all, January 1st doesn’t feel like a fresh start when you wake up with dread of getting out of bed.

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Gretta Kissell
Why I Vote

Midterm elections are tomorrow, and we at GLO want to encourage everyone who can to head to the polls. By using our voices to choose our leaders and our laws, we help bring about a better world for our country’s minorities and marginalized. But don’t just take our word for it: GLO reached out to the newest generation of voters from all over the United States to see why voting is important to them.

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Gretta Kissell
My Time With Glo

I had decided to calm my pre-interview nerves with the most Gen Z antidote out there: a scroll through Instagram. In my defense, this wasn’t my typical aimless wandering through the feed. This time, my social media venture had purpose; I was on the @shopglo page, staring at the company that I would soon be interviewing with for a potential staff position.

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Gretta Kissell
Am I Good Enough?

I sit behind my screen, tapping away as my brain swells with ideas while I contently listen to my favorite song, which, right now, is Beautiful Boy by John Lennon. Someone else at this exact moment might be running a marathon, donating his kidney to a loved one, or even funding a non-profit organization founded on the beliefs of universal healthcare and ending child poverty.

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Mina Ahmed
Terrorism: East Versus West

Zehra’s frustration with lack of news on terrorist attacks in South Asia, West Asia, and Africa came to a boiling point when the death of 137+ people and 100+ injured in a terrorist attack in Pakistan received little to no attention from the media; she explains the hypocrisy and how you can stay informed.

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Zehra Naqviz