merediddys: For today's #TBT I’m posting our graduation day photo of the class of 2009!!! Being back here and seeing our old professors and celebrating Annette made me miss you all so much!!!! #GoBlue #Michigan
coreylubo: I didn’t know that picking up a book off a random table at Barnes and Noble would lead me down this path. I didn’t know the wonderful people I’d meet along the way. And I didn’t know, after all this time… Harry’s would still going strong. Happy anniversary #HarryPotter. (I’ll post some more BTS throwbacks on my story tomorrow!) #harrypotter20
The Starkid women are my role models, not just because they’re strong, independent, talented women pursuing their dreams in a career field I one day hope to join, but because they offer a wide representation and diversity in their media.
Lauren Lopez is Latina.
Lauren Walker is African American.
Meredith Stepien is not afraid to rock her natural curls.
Jaime Lyn Beatty dyes her hair and experiments with different styles.
Devin Lytle is a stick.
Julia Albain is curvy.
Rachel Soglin is short and brunette.
Denise Donovan is tall and blonde.
And none of them try to hide it. They’re all amazing and quirky and true to themselves, proving that you don’t have to be model flawless or artificial to make it in this business. And to young, impressionable minds, it’s more important than anything else that they can identify with positive roll models in their dream careers. It’s encouraging. I love the Starkid women.