Baby Bay Box: From Bay Area to baby clothes

Picture it. As a parent of a recently arrived baby, you spend hundreds of dollars on clothes that only seem to truly fit for about two weeks, then you need to go and buy new clothes because the baby is quickly outgrowing them. Penn sophomore Anna Dailey, formerly of Menlo Park, California, noticed this issue working as a babysitter and realized that she could make … Continue reading Baby Bay Box: From Bay Area to baby clothes

The Buddy Project: Freezing up depression one buddy at a time

We’ve all had that one friend. That one friend who had so much mental anguish in their heads, that they couldn’t express through words. Instead, some drive towards a quick end, committing suicide just before they can truly begin their life in earnest. This has become a very serious problem. In 2016 alone, the suicide rate jumped to a staggering 13.26 suicides in every 10,000 … Continue reading The Buddy Project: Freezing up depression one buddy at a time