Veronica G

Writer, Editor, Actress

Location icon United States

I'm a multifaceted editor and writer who predominantly focuses on articles, essays, novels, and blogging. I speak basic Spanish and Japanese and I am passionate about bringing the heart of every subject I write about into the forefront of my writing. In addition to my composition-based interests, I also have several years of journalism, copy-editing, and publishing experience.

City on a Hill Press
UCSC Community Takes Back the Night

UC Santa Cruz supports survivors of assault with a community-building event that aims to make Santa Cruz safer.

Why all 20-somethings should journal

Nowadays it's easy to get caught up in all the things going on outside of ourselves. In my own experience, a work-life balance can easily be tipped to favor the working half of the spectrum. Work-related responsibilities can't be put off as easily as those of a personal nature, and ever-present social media is basically designed to suck up time and brain-space.

City on a Hill Press
The PAATH to a Better UC

University of California uses culture-themed dormitories to create tolerant and cohesive communities.

Black Girl Nerds
Biracial Actresses Become the Main Faces of Black Girlhood

Biracial Identity As the Standard Bearer For Blackness Lately, whenever there's a mention of a woke, young Black starlet it's either Zendaya, Yara Shahidi, or Amandla Stenberg. It's great that these actresses are getting recognition, but the fact that three biracial girls have become the predominant representatives of young, Black girlhood makes me wonder about the roles colorism and their mixed backgrounds have played in their visibility.

Black Girl Nerds
A Time-Transcendent Connection: Kimi no Na Wa (Your Name) Review - Black Girl Nerds

By Veronica G This review contains spoilers. Imagine forging a connection that transcends the limits of time, life, and death. Add the element of body-swapping, and you've got the makings of a compelling story about two people with interwoven destinies. Makoto Shinkai's Kimi no Na Wa follows Tokyo boy, Taki, and Itomori girl Mitsuha ...

An Affordable Yoga practice

Yoga is an ancient discipline that combines meditation, engaged breathing and physical postures to unify the mind and body. When practiced regularly, yoga can have multiple beneficial effects on the quality of a practitioner's life. Some of the benefits of yoga include increased flexibility, a healthier response to stress management, and improved quality of life.

3 Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Afro

Afros or tightly curled hair are beautiful and versatile, but due to their very curly nature, they also need lots of TLC to be at their best. Curlier hair tends to be more fragile than straighter hair and as a result, Afros need some very specific accommodations when it comes to maintaining and enhancing the health of hair.

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