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Q&A: What it’s like to be on a college campus during a pandemic?
Q&A: What it’s like to be on a college campus during a pandemic?

On August 26, I moved into my college dorm. I was surprised to make it that far. The entire week, I half-expected Wellesley to cancel, to say that there were too many cases in the country and we had to go back home. When I moved in that day, I was required to quarantine in my room until I received my negative test result. Though this gave me a full day and a half to unpack my things, I couldn’t bother–I was prepared to be sent back home at any moment. ...

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Girl of the Month: Drew Townsel
Girl of the Month: Drew Townsel

Drew Townsel is the Girl of the Month for our 7th issue! Drew is the Founder & CEO of Intersect Magazine and a freshman at Loyola Marymount University. She also works with Sony Music U and has an internship with 10k Projects. Listen to our interview with Drew on Spotify or Apple Podcasts or watch the video podcast on YouTube to hear more about her story and about how she created Intersect Magazine....

Issue 7: Letter From the Editor
Issue 7: Letter From the Editor

Hello and welcome to Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine’s 7th issue! Happy New Year! It is finally 2021. 2020 for me, felt like the longest year ever while simultaneously feeling like it went by so quickly. Looking back on it, I can’t believe it’s 2021! 2020 was a difficult year for many people in a variety of ways. Whether it was losing loved ones, the impact of isolation, the effect on mental health, finishing school on zoom, or not graduating in person. ...

First Time Voter Vlog | 2020 Election
First Time Voter Vlog | 2020 Election

This year in April, I turned 18; this meant I had the opportunity to vote in the 2020 Election! I was so excited, and this moment was one of the things I was looking forward to this year especially because this was such an important election in the history of our country. On November 3, I voted in person with my whole family, and I decided to vlog my experience to share it with Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine. ...

“Voting is not only our right—it is our power”
“Voting is not only our right—it is our power”

A vote can seem like a meaningless ballot in a sea of millions of people, voices, and opinions. It can almost seem like it doesn't matter and won't affect those around you. With today's divided political climate and tense atmosphere, opting out of voting may seem like the best option. Many people share these thoughts and fears for the future, so voting is especially important this year. ...

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Being Black: The College Process pt.2
Being Black: The College Process pt.2

The college process is in full swing for the class of 2021. November 1st was the last day for seniors to submit their ED application and with that deadline, lots of stress and anxiety imbued the minds of many. For Black students, there seems to be an added emotional weight, pressure to do especially well because of their skin color, and lack of support, aspects that their white counterparts–generally– do not experience. ...

Kaleidoscope Teen Spotify Playlist: KTM Staff Top Picks
Kaleidoscope Teen Spotify Playlist: KTM Staff Top Picks

Let’s be honest–– We all have that one playlist. A playlist filled with throwbacks, uplifters, movie soundtracks, and that one song we can not get out of our head . Here at Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine, we value the power of good music and wanted to share our current favorites songs and artists. We will update our official KTM playlist throughout the year, so follow us on Spotify to stay tuned!...

Issue 6: Letter From the Editor
Issue 6: Letter From the Editor

Hello, and welcome to Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine’s sixth issue! We just witnessed one of the most important elections in American history. Before the results of this election was released a lot of us were unsure if America will either regress, stay the same, or make progress forward. This is why voting is very important. Many of us voted for the first time, and I am so proud of Gen Z because we got out there, voted either by mail or in person, and made sure our voices were heard....