March 8 is historically known as International Women’s Day and has been celebrated for over 100 years, as early as 1909, according to un.org. The day first resulted from the labor activities and movements in North America and Europe at the time. “International Women’s Day is a collective day of global celebration and a call…
In respect for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (Feb. 26-March 4), here are some quick facts to know about recognizing and dealing with a disorder.
The General Relief Society program has been around for 175 years.
College life is busy and finding time to work out can be pretty difficult. Between balancing classes, relationships, friends and studying, finding time to hit the gym seems nearly impossible.
Spring break is soon, where are you headed?
People around the country have been watching a live stream featuring April the giraffe waiting to give birth to her calf in the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York. A live video of April waiting to begin active labor has been streaming since Feb. 22 and has had tens of thousands of people watching…
Girl Scouts have changed up the game by adding a new flavor.
Is the new dating app for LDS singles just another Tinder?