Monday, July 25, 2005

Wear it if you like, girl advises in "Fadshion" article

Carin, 15, a New Moon contributor and Computer Advisory Board member, was featured in the Lancaster New Era last week. Carin wrote about fads in the July/August issue of New Moon (pictured at left). "Fads are marketing strategies, a way to get you to buy something," Carin explained in her article. She wanted girls to know that fads don’t happen by accident. “You have to realize that it is controlled,” she told the New Era. Other feature stories in the "I Don't Buy It" issue cover labeling, reality TV, and craft projects. Check it out!

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Businessgirl donates profits to charity

Natalya, author of "Natalya's Happy Hugged Hens" in the July/August issue, was featured in the Daily Camera yesterday. Natalya, 12, said she wants to be a journalist, and we think she has great potential!

More press about TBIO participants

The girls who attended the 2005 Turn Beauty Inside Out conference are still sharing what they learned about movies. Caitlin and Kaylor's take was recently published in the Davis Enterprise.

Friday, July 08, 2005

"Body Language": Predicting a Girl's First Period

To help girls learn about their bodies and their health, each issue of New Moon contains a "Body Language" article. The July/August 2005 article, "Study Period," describes how doctors are looking for a way to predict a girl's first period. Kati, 13, helped them out. To read Kati's article, order a copy of the issue. Members of the media can contact me for a copy.