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By now, you've probably binged the Selena Gomez-produced series 13 Reasons Why on Netflix and can't stop thinking about a possible second season. If you haven't (how dare you), the story's based on Jay Asher's novel of the same name and follows a girl's suicide and how her death drastically impacted those around her. _ To commemorate the show's success and support a strong movement, Gomez got a semicolon tattoo with two of the show's stars: Alisha Boe (Jessica) and Tommy Dorfman (Ryan). "Project Semicolon is a movement dedicated to presenting hope for those suffering from depression, thoughts of suicide, addiction, and self-injury," Boe wrote on Instagram, adding, "Rest In Peace Amy Bluel, who started this movement." Bluel died last month. _ Dorfman also posted a pic of the trio and their new tattoos, sharing his personal battle with mental illness: "I struggled with addiction and depression issues through high school and early college. I reached out and asked for help. At the time, I thought my life was over, I thought I'd never live past the age of 21. Today I'm grateful to be alive, in this new chapter of life in recovery, standing with my colleagues and friends, making art that helps other people." _ At the time of this writing, Gomez hadn't posted a tattoo pic herself, but did share a selfie with Dorfman and Boe. "Overwhelmed with the response and love @13reasonswhy is receiving," she captioned. "Thank you to each beautiful person who has watched and talked about the message of our show." _ by Stacey Grant: MOLTON SELENA GOMEZ GOT MATCHING TATTOOS WITH TWO 13 REASONS WHY STARS NEWS By now, you've probably binged the Selena Gomez-produced series 13 Reasons Why on Netflix and can't stop thinking about a possible second season. If you haven't (how dare you), the story's based on Jay Asher's novel of the same name and follows a girl's suicide and how her death drastically impacted those around her. _ To commemorate the show's success and support a strong movement, Gomez got a semicolon tattoo with two of the show's stars: Alisha Boe (Jessica) and Tommy Dorfman (Ryan). "Project Semicolon is a movement dedicated to presenting hope for those suffering from depression, thoughts of suicide, addiction, and self-injury," Boe wrote on Instagram, adding, "Rest In Peace Amy Bluel, who started this movement." Bluel died last month. _ Dorfman also posted a pic of the trio and their new tattoos, sharing his personal battle with mental illness: "I struggled with addiction and depression issues through high school and early college. I reached out and asked for help. At the time, I thought my life was over, I thought I'd never live past the age of 21. Today I'm grateful to be alive, in this new chapter of life in recovery, standing with my colleagues and friends, making art that helps other people." _ At the time of this writing, Gomez hadn't posted a tattoo pic herself, but did share a selfie with Dorfman and Boe. "Overwhelmed with the response and love @13reasonswhy is receiving," she captioned. "Thank you to each beautiful person who has watched and talked about the message of our show." _ by Stacey Grant

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Tiera Guinn is just 22 years old and she’s already working with NASA. As a Rocket Structural Design and Analysis Engineer for the Space Launch System that aerospace company Boeing is building for NASA, Guinn designs and analyzes parts of a rocket that she said will be one of the biggest and most powerful in history. Guinn, whose career trajectory seems like a sequel to the much-acclaimed “Hidden Figures” movie, has been aspiring to become an aerospace engineer since she was a child. Her mom, who noticed her daughter’s skills from a young age, made sure to Guinn stayed sharp by putting her intelligence to use...at the supermarket. “When [my mom and I] would go to the grocery store, she would get me to clip coupons [and] put it in my coupon organizer,” Guinn told WBRC News. “By the time we got to the register, I’d have to calculate the exact total, including tax. And I did that since I was six years old.” “One day I saw a plane fly by and I just had this realization, ‘huh, I can design planes. I’m going to be an aerospace engineer,”’ Guinn said. She chose all of her middle school classes accordingly and commuted an hour to go to the high school that would best prepare her for the future. Now, Guinn will soon be graduating from MIT with a 5.0 GPA and is clearly on a path to success. She said she’d advise young girls looking to follow in her footsteps to expect obstacles throughout their journey. “You have to look forward to your dream and you can’t let anybody get in the way of it,” she said. “No matter how tough it may be, no matter how many tears you might cry, you have to keep pushing. And you have to understand that nothing comes easy. Keeping your eyes on the prize, you can succeed.” 17thsoulja BlackIG17th: This 22-Year-old Is Already An Engineer With NASA And she's yet to graduate from MIT. with a 5.0. e Flight Center d Space Flight Ce CO17thsoulja4 Tiera Guinn is just 22 years old and she’s already working with NASA. As a Rocket Structural Design and Analysis Engineer for the Space Launch System that aerospace company Boeing is building for NASA, Guinn designs and analyzes parts of a rocket that she said will be one of the biggest and most powerful in history. Guinn, whose career trajectory seems like a sequel to the much-acclaimed “Hidden Figures” movie, has been aspiring to become an aerospace engineer since she was a child. Her mom, who noticed her daughter’s skills from a young age, made sure to Guinn stayed sharp by putting her intelligence to use...at the supermarket. “When [my mom and I] would go to the grocery store, she would get me to clip coupons [and] put it in my coupon organizer,” Guinn told WBRC News. “By the time we got to the register, I’d have to calculate the exact total, including tax. And I did that since I was six years old.” “One day I saw a plane fly by and I just had this realization, ‘huh, I can design planes. I’m going to be an aerospace engineer,”’ Guinn said. She chose all of her middle school classes accordingly and commuted an hour to go to the high school that would best prepare her for the future. Now, Guinn will soon be graduating from MIT with a 5.0 GPA and is clearly on a path to success. She said she’d advise young girls looking to follow in her footsteps to expect obstacles throughout their journey. “You have to look forward to your dream and you can’t let anybody get in the way of it,” she said. “No matter how tough it may be, no matter how many tears you might cry, you have to keep pushing. And you have to understand that nothing comes easy. Keeping your eyes on the prize, you can succeed.” 17thsoulja BlackIG17th

Tiera Guinn is just 22 years old and she’s already working with NASA. As a Rocket Structural Design and Analysis Engineer for the Space L...

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