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Arielle Steward

Arielle was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She is a proud Afro-Latina, women's empowerment activist, and future ...

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Ariella Eydelman

FASHION Magazine, Sidewalk Hustle, Her Campus Western OntarioToronto-based beauty & fashion writer. ‘90s freak. Boy band junkie. Can’t ...

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Skills: Proofreader, Feature Writer, Editor, Copywriter, Blogger
Specialisms: Travel, Social Media, News, Lifestyle, Journalism, Food, Features, Fashion, Entertainment, Culture, Art

Pamela Avila

Writer and Social Media Producer for HelloGiggles. Contributing writer for L.A. Review of Books. Freelancer. Reader. Aspiring caffeinated ...

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Bruna Somma

20, estudante de jornalismo, Faculdade Cásper Líbero

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Skills: Reporter
Specialisms: Journalism

Regan Gearhart

Regan is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has a B.A. in Anthropology. She has been ...

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Latest Articles

I always complain that “I’m lonely”

Once I came to college, I thought I would have a million friends who I would hang out with, party 24/7, that life at college was going to be “lit” and just have the best four years of my life on this campus. However, instead of partying 24/7, I feel lonely 24/7. It’s not that I’m not happy or anything, I just constantly feel this loneliness. It’s like what Taylor Swift says in 22, “We’re happy, free, confused and lonely at the same time.” Although I have friends, I haven’t really found anyon
By Hanna Chung
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I’m 19, Korean-American, and Terrified

It’s a fact that many Americans are afraid of WW3 breaking out with North Korea, although the States probably wouldn’t be the first target if North Korea did attack. To most Americans, North Korea is just a foreign country that’s far away but a possible threat to their safety. But for me, it’s a completely different story. It’s a country that used to be one with South Korea. It’s a country that many Koreans dream about re-uniting with. “Hanna, try calling to your dad in Korea a bit more. Th
By Hanna Chung
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Problems Perpetrated by the Model Minority Myth

One thing I struggled the most with while living in low Asian-populated cities was dealing with stereotypes about Asians. I was almost always expected to be the super smart kid who was good at math and played at least one instrument. However, unlike everyone’s expectations, I didn’t fit into such stereotypes and my friends often called me the “cool Asian” just because I was “different from the Asians they’ve seen.” Coming to the University of Texas at Austin surprised me a lot because of the d
By Hanna Chung
Her Campus

Favourite Fall Face

Fall is this collegiette's favourite fashion season. From plaid blanket scarves and capes, to knee high boots with tights; fall fashion trends are in full effect. Now all we need is a favourite fall face to match these fully fall outfits. So what makes a perfect fall face? Start by being inspired by the warm and rich colours that this season brings. Below are the elements that can make any make-up look fabulously autumnal. Wear each one individually or all together, either way embrace the chill
By Leah Dagg
Her Campus

Our Favourite Beauty Youtuber: Claire Marshall

YouTube is a paradise for all things fashion and beauty. Whatever look you want to try, there’s an abundance of videos to help. This over-saturation of content can make finding a favourite YouTuber to follow very difficult, so this collegiette is here to help! The YouTuber I’m loving right now is Claire Marshall! She’s an L.A.-based freelance make-up artist turned tatted-up beauty vlogger whose polished bad girl look transcends all of her videos. All of her videos are beautifully filmed and mat
By Leah Dagg
Her Campus

Gift List: For the Lover of Fashion and Beauty

It’s the time of year where your shopping skills are put to the test. We all know it’s the thought that counts, but additional value is added when you get the gift just right. If you are looking for a gift for that person in your life that breathes fashion and beauty, whose impeccable style is hard to match, here are some ideas to find the perfect present. 1. Make-Up Sephora is always a good place to start when on the hunt for the perfect present. Not only do they have a bunch of colourfully p
By Leah Dagg
Her Campus

Steal Her Style: Cara Delevingne

It’s time for our favourite (and only!) kind of stealing; it’s Steal Her Style! It’s the segment where we take a celeb’s iconic style and put it in your closet for less than $100. So, which Fashionista is up next? We are going to be stealing our favourite cool girl’s style, Cara Delevingne. No matter the occasion, she always looks fab, by rocking a smoky eye and bold lip or just keeping it natural. She frames her face with her luscious locks and she isn’t afraid to experiment with her hair thro
By Leah Dagg
Her Campus

Get GLOWING: 5 Tips For Your Best Skin

Now that the Winter months and cold weather are closely approaching, it’s the perfect time to take the extra steps to keep your skin glowing throughout the whole holiday season. During this time, our skin can get dull and tired looking, which can sometimes affect our mood and confidence. Some of the more traditional ways to get glowy skin is by getting proper sleep, hydrating with lots of water, and making sure you get enough Vitamin C, either through food or taking vitamins once a day!
By Hannah Elston
Her Campus

College Through The Small Screen: Brittany Lewis

Brittany Lewis is a freshman and Polk County native who’s already making a name for herself at the University of Florida. Brittany had a typical start to YouTube with a Room Tour and College Dorm Haul, but it was her College Move-In video that shot her channel to popularity. While on campus, Lewis has continued her channel throughout her time at school, while also depicting her life as part of the Delta Gamma sorority. Her Campus UFL decided to ask Brittany some questions about her budding YouTu
By Tranelle Maner
Her Campus

The Buzz on Campus: Austin Rankin

Lately, there has been a lot of news about bees and their recent endangerment status. Honey Bunches of Oats recently removed their mascot, Berry the Bee, from boxes to raise awareness for the growing issue. Austin Rankin and the Honey Bee Club, an organization on the UF campus, plans to make waves in this topic. Due to the little knowledge, many people have on this topic and the club itself, Her Campus UFL decided to ask the club president some questions.
By Tranelle Maner
Her Campus

Goal-Oriented Gator

Finding your way through college can be a bit of a daunting task. If has proven they are up to the challenge it is sophomore Nicole Bianco. She has dazzled in making her presence on campus known by making career moves as well as those simply within her major. To get some insight on her drive and hopefully give some tips to others on ways to get involved HerCampus asked Nicole some questions on her experiences on campus. Her is what she had to say.
By Tranelle Maner
Her Campus

Involved and Immersed Gators: Annisa Setiawan

Although just a freshman, engineering student Annisa Setiawan is taking the UF campus by storm.  She has taken full advantage of involvement opportunities on campus and used them to amerce her in culture as well as get acquainted with the student body. As the semester is nearing its close, Her Campus UFL decided to ask her a few questions about her campus involvement to help anyone who may be looking for some guidance.
By Tranelle Maner
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An Anonymous Gator’s Love of UF

The Gator Nation is known for its year-round school spirit. As the spring semester comes to a close, it's a good idea to reflect on all the good the school has in it. This year alone, UF tops multiple lists for achievements in academics, sports and diversity.  Unfortunately, there are some people who don't get a chance to experience the greatness of being a Gator on campus. One college student, who would like to remain anonymous, enjoyed her time as a virtual Gator only through watching the clas
By Tranelle Maner
Her Campus

Man Crush Monday: Brian Sommer

My favorite place on campus is Café on the Quad. I love the vibe in there and it’s a great place to meet with friends or hang out and do some work in between classes. I also have a coffee addiction that has clearly become a problem. My Grandmom is from Germany, so I’d like to be able to visit her hometown of Aschaffenburg to see the city she grew up in. I’d also, really like to go to Japan some day. Halloween is definitely my favorite holiday. I love going out with my friends to haunted houses
By Rylee Johnston
Her Campus

Setting the bar higher: men as allies to sexual assault survivors

In 2017, more sexual abuse survivors are coming forward to courageously share stories in the public eye than ever before. This year, a dishearteningly long list of 63 women and counting have come forth to share their stories of assault perpetrated by Hollywood film producer, Harvey Weinstein.
By Allyson Hamzey
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Reese on the Screen Again: Review of Home Again

Romantic comedies have a marked place within the Hollywood screens, and the entertainment of the audience is always guaranteed. In Home Again, Reese Witherspoon is Alice Kinney, daughter of a Hollywood filmmaker and Oscar winner, womanizer and loving father, although always busy with his career. Alice moves from New York City, where she lives with her husband, and moves with her two daughters to Los Angeles.
By Catarina Borsari Conte
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Why You Should Care About Your University’s Student Government

The average college student is constantly stressed out. Whether it be because you’re failing Chem 1, or you’re about to run out of dining dollars, or maybe you snapped something really embarrassing after one too many drinks to that hot guy in your favorite fraternity. The point is, in the everyday life of a busy student, who is going to take the time to care about Student Government? Probably not you, or your friends. Who cares about Student Government? We all know that the people elected are ju
By Alyssa Clementi
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Why Becoming A Student Leader Can Change Your College Experience

If you were like me in high school, you were involved for one reason, and one reason alone: to get into college. We like to think we held leadership positions in high school because we cared, or we wanted to make a difference, or we were passionate about a cause. But ususally, that is not the case. We held leadership positions in high school to put on our college applications and to make us stand above the rest of the applicants. But now, we are in college, we got accepted. Our leadership days a
By Alyssa Clementi
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