While the growing American university student body–which according to recent statistics totals an impressive 18.4 million individuals (US Bureau)–is diversifying, some commonalities still exist across gender, sex, race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic divisions. One thing nearly all students experience is the real struggle to balance their responsibilities and obligations while away at college. Students are expected to properly handle the daunting task of seeking out new experiences at college while still maintaining their responsibilities. And, with the U.S. undergraduate student body expected to climb to some 20 million by 2028 (US Bureau), even more individuals will start grappling with college life soon.
In July the entrepreneurial sibling duo and Guin Records co-founders, Milan and Misha Kordestani, released their first collaborative hip-hop album, “Uncharted," featuring an array of underground talent. Since its release, the album has accumulated over 3.5 million streams on Spotify, 2.7 million downloads on Soundcloud, over 260,100 views on YouTube, over 300,000 streams on Tidal and over 400,000 streams on Apple Music.
An independent music label by the name of Guin Records run by siblings Milan and Misha Kordestani, caters to new artistes from the Hip-Hop and R & B genre.
The business world is changing at a rapid pace. People from all around the world are contributing to these changes. But what’s interesting, is the part that young entrepreneurs are playing. They are not waiting to get done with their studies, have a degree and then start their business.
Today, small time farmers across the United States are stuck between a rock and a hard place due to unfair and unjust pressures put on these family run farms by mega corporations. This pressure has made it harder and harder for farmers to make ends meet to properly care for the health and wellbeing of their livestock.
It’s not my kind of job. It’s just messy. I’m surprised that they don’t get a shitload of Mexicans willing to do that. They ship them all back to Mexico? These were the responses of four unemployed Americans in search of work when asked if they would consider working on a dairy farm.
Today’s students are burdened with an excess of work, overwhelmed by social and cultural pressures to succeed, and feel they are unable to reach the impossible standards of achievement set before them.
It’s been awhile since we last spoke, since we went our separate ways. I remember thinking that unfriending you on Facebook was such a great idea; I wouldn’t have to see your posts that I disagreed with, and you wouldn’t see mine.
It’s your fault you’re fat, “it shouldn’t be so hard to get them to run around and play, right?… It’s about how active our kids are” (Michelle Obama). For years, people have been told that it is their fault if they cannot lose weight, and that consistent exercise is the key to effective weight loss.