Freelance writer Lealeah Livingston is a junior at Columbia College Chicago, working toward her BA in Journalism in 2013. Although Lealeah loves to write about almost anything, she shares a particular love for the arts and health. She is also co-founder of Columbia College’s Her Campus Magazine.
She can be contacted at Lealeah@glossmagazineonline.com
Up-and-coming Chicago artist Brittany Davis, better known as Bebe O’Hare, brings her own flow and sense of style to the game. She's a 24-year-old rapper/writer that’s undoubtedly talented and charismatic and isn’t hesitant on showing her personal flare in her music. Bebe has performed in Chicago at Shannon Brown's Wood Star Festival and in California at Dragon Fly Bar. She’s also had her music critiqued and approved by artists like Wiz Khalifa and Machinegun Kelly. Her current project, Fashionably Late, was slated to drop late last month. Having posted her music and videos on Facebook and Twitter (also has a music page on MTV’s website), she’s gotten herself to be recognized as a dope and promising artist who has people excited to see what this fresh face has in store for Hip Hop.
Chicagoans gathered in protest over the killing of unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on Saturday afternoon at the Daley Center.
Chastity Washington has been performing for nearly 20 years. She is a stand-up comedian performance artist, playwright, choreographer and Michael Jackson impersonator. Her work has spanned nightclubs, college campuses and theatres across the country. Outside of performing, she is a full-time high school and head start teacher and girls’ basketball coach.