Getting Tossed Up in the Air by Pandemic

I feel like my whole life has been turned upside down. I am a college sophomore studying nursing at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire. My name is Savannah Scott. Our spring break started […]


Old Fears and Dreads Return with a Vengeance

Everyone knows the saying that only two things in life are for certain, those being death and taxes, but I like to think there is a third: change. Change is no longer a stranger in […]


Pandemic: I Have to Do My Homework on My Phone

My name is Justin Hayden and I am 20 years old. I am a communication major with a focus in public relations and a minor in psychology at Purdue University Northwest. I was placed in […]


Love on the Frontlines of Foster Care

  Hi, my name is Annie. I’m 27 years old, an age I honestly didn’t think I’d ever live to become. I was placed in foster care at the age of 17, though it should’ve […]


Barricaded But Hopeful in Quarantine

In less than 24 hours, my classes were suddenly catapulted into the online realm of Zoom meetings and frantic Canvas messages. As a paralegal studies major, this was terrifying. In the law field, one detail […]


What Foster Youth Need Right Now

Since 2020, things have been … well, not going great. From World War III almost happening, Kobe Bryant dying in a helicopter crash, to the pandemic of COVID-19, or as we know the coronavirus. My […]