THIS MONTH'S EXECUTIVE INTERVIEWS

MALLORY ROTHSTEIN

Mallory Rothstein, creator of Learn What Matters, talks with Writer Haley Stern about moving students to think about personal development in conjunction with their career goals.

ELIZABETH LIM

Elizabeth Lim, author of both Spin the Dawn and Reflection: A Twisted Tale, discusses her journey from a fantasy lover (and fanfiction lover) to a published young adult novelist.

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FEATURED ARTICLES

REDEFINING TOXIC MASCULINITY IN NEW GIRL

Entertainment Tab writer, Samhitha Saiba, puts a twist on the hit series New Girl. She looks at the comedy from an increasingly different perspective. Read her review here!

NO EYELINER, NO PROBLEM

Ashley Musick knows just how to finish off the final touches of her makeup. That is, until eyeliner ruins it! Read some life hacks she has picked up for tackling makeup monsters.

LOVELESS CAFE: FULL OF LOVE

Cate Burgan takes everyone back to her hometown, Nashville, TN, with her review of the Loveless Cafe. See for yourself why this restaurant's history continues to attract visitors year round.

Elena Joseph

INTERN SPOTLIGHT:

ELENA JOSEPH

This week's Spotlight features our Entertainment Tab writer, Elena Joseph! She attends Newington High School and strives to become a public relations coordinator. By showing immense improvement and lots of journalistic promise, she has been a big part of our family here at 60 Seconds.

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60 Seconds is an online magazine run entirely by student interns from high schools and universities across the United States. Produced by the nonprofit career-exploration organization Omics LIVE!, 60 Seconds combines traditional journalism techniques with the fast-paced world of modern technology to deliver our readers lifestyle tips, fashion trends, entertainment news, and more—all in sixty seconds or less.

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