That’s essentially the question Chevrolet has been asking America for quite some time now, with their ubiquitous commercial series that features “Real People.
Pete Souza, it seems, has a photo for every occasion. The former White House photographer, who captured all eight years of the Obama administration, has cultivated post-Obama fame for his frequent Instagram posts subtly mocking President Donald Trump. The latest burn comes in the form of a photograph of Michelle and Barack Obama holding hands at an event in Alabama. Souza's caption simply reads: "Holding hands." A post shared by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on May 23, 2017 at 7:53am PDT Should you be unclear on the reference, Souza's photo seems to take aim at recent observations that Melania Trump supposedly swats away her husband's attempts to hold her hand. At Ben Gurion International Airport
On the last night of his life, Corey Walgren sat with his parents in the kitchen and talked about the colleges they would visit over spring break. At 16, Corey didn't know what he wanted to study - maybe business, maybe astronomy - but he liked the idea of attending a Big Ten school. He wanted a big, bustling campus with different kinds of people, a place that could match his energy and varied interests. His parents, Doug and Maureen Walgren, described it as an exciting but bittersweet discussion with their eldest child, a rite-of-passage conversation that occurs in kitchens all across the country. It ended with the family deciding to visit the University of Iowa and the University of Minnesota,
We consistently turn to Olivia Palermo for sartorial inspiration-let’s face it, she could make a bedsheet look stunning-and to our delight, the Global Style Ambassador for Banana Republic is giving us the scoop on the exact pieces she loves from the retailer, just in time for summer. What’s more, OP is spilling her secrets for staying flawless in the heat, from her go-to lunch outfit to her favorite warm-weather piece that transitions from day to night. Here, shop Olivia’s edit and take note of her pro tips for an impeccable look à la the style star.
A high school senior with a grade point average of 4.4 will not be allowed to walk at her own graduation this year. Why? You guessed it - her clavicles! Summer, who attends Hickory Ridge High School in Harrisburg, North Carolina, was sitting in the school cafeteria last week when the school principal asked her to put a jacket on over her shirt. The shirt - one of those convertible off-the-shoulder tops that are ubiquitous this season - was, per NBC Charlotte, partially exposing her shoulders and back. SEE ALSO: Teen told to wear 'appropriate dress' starts 'Crop Top Day' instead Summer told the principal that she thought her shirt was "fine," but she complied with the request nonetheless, quickly borrowing a jacket from a friend. ok so this young lady, an HONORS student with MULTIPLE scholarships got suspended basically for the rest of her senior year because of this: pic.twitter.com/E264srpJCO - curly aliyah (@curlyaliyah) May 21, 2017 According to Summer's account, the principal then instructed her to go to the school's control room to change her clothes entirely. Because Summer has a tense relationship with the principal anyway, she refused, and said she'd need to wait to go anywhere with the principal until her mom was contacted. (Summer's mother had already instructed the school to contact her if Summer was being disciplined.) "I stayed in my seat just like a lot of role models that I have looked up to stayed in their seats," Summer told NBC Charlotte in an interview. "I mean, you have to stand up for what you believe in." Later, Summer was singled out after a school assembly. A school security guard informed her that, even though the school wasn't able to reach her mother, she could either change her clothes immediately or face arrest. Seems like ... an overreaction. Now Summer's been suspended for "insubordination." She's also been barred from all end-of-year events - including walking at her own graduation. After all, there's nothing more disruptive than a teenage girl's shoulders, right? WATCH: How 3D printing custom mannequins could mean change for the fashion industry