Ciara Page (Ciara Lauren) is an inspiring TV host and personality, from Detroit, Michigan. Ciara has a passion for entertainment news and television. She has interned for HOMTV, wrote for the Social Bee Blog and volunteered at Impact Radio Station. Ciara is currently interning for Lansing City Pulse, involved in school organizations and would currently describe herself as "evolving".
Living up to the standard is typically the way of the world but for some it came harder and started earlier. Dwayne “Wayne” Daniels grew up in Detroit and attended Detroit Public Schools. As the only child, Daniels grew up feeling like he was the odd child out with no friends. Not knowing what beauty was at a young age, Daniels assumed it was being skinny, because most people were. Known as “Fat Kid” by his classmates, Wayne was often bullied and teased for being overweight.
With the weather changing and fashion styles changing with it, how do you decide what to wear with this confusing weather? Just this week, Michiganders experienced snow, rain, wind and sunshine. When the weather changes, so does a person’s style. Students on Michigan State’s campus gave tips on what to keep in your closet during these confusing weather times. MSU communication graduate Maya Askew defines herself as fashionable.
Standards for most professional environments, is tailored pants or skirt, blazers and blouses, heels and ties. But is natural hair included on a resume? Most professional employers would agree that hair in a professional setting should be well groomed, clean and in a natural color state. When it comes to men and women with natural, heat and chemical-free hair styles such as afros, dreads, braids, and curls, the question of are you are good enough starts.
Although, the “big chop” wave is on the rise and natural hairstyles are more embraced today, African-Americans are facing dilemmas in the workplace wearing their natural hair.
MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP- Michigan’s seasonal ale beer has hit the shelves. For most people, Opening Day for baseball, means it is summer time. For many Michiganders, the release of the unofficial Oberon beer is the first taste of summer. Old Chicago celebrated Oberon Day with tons of the American wheat ale on the shelves. Every March, Bell’s Brewery of Kalamazoo releases one of its most popular brews.