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Southern Methodist University’s student body president David Shirzad talks about not having enough hours in the day and cooking mac and cheese.

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Southern Methodist University’s student body president David Shirzad talks about not having enough hours in the day and cooking mac and cheese.

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Self-taught producer and YouTube savant Andrew Chellman has brought a decidedly futuristic sound to Carnegie Mellon.

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With so many people revolutionizing their own pronoun and gender identity, will the constant changes hinder more than they help?

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Women make up nearly 50.8 percent of the population, yet they only account for 19.6 percent of the U.S. Congress. What gives?

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Blu rejoins his old producing partner Exile to release his new album “In The Beginning: Before The Heavens.”

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Out of all of the Thor movies, the latest installation ‘Ragnarok’ was by far the best out of the series, and it’s not for the reason you would expect.

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Here’s how to deal with the unfortunate situation that you—and only you—are responsible for.

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In an eery parallel to the 1940s internment camps of Japanese Americans, hundreds of legal Cambodian-Americans citizens are being held without reason.

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It’s critical that you take your crippling anxiety and channel it into productivity, otherwise you might as well give up now.

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On “Reputation,” Swift’s signature songwriting is more guarded and generic, but promises greater things to come through transformation.

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Religion classes aren’t what you would expect, and you could expand your mind by learning more about how people connect with their faith.

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If you follow these five tips, your Turkey Day celebration will leave you, the bird and your wallet all stuffed beyond recognition.

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As the job market becomes more competitive, adding a minor is a surefire way to increase your chances of securing a job.

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College students have an opportunity to put down their hefty novels and pick up picture books to read to preschoolers through Jumpstart.

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Amazon’s e-book reading program lets Kindle readers browse over a million titles for only $9.99/month, but is the service right for you?

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Considering the number of injuries to team passers this season, is it just ‘bad luck’ or is it becoming tougher to protect quarterbacks in today’s NFL?

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It’s time for young women everywhere to embrace and celebrate their periods instead of focusing on the “bloody crampy” bits.

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You both love dogs, eating ice cream and watching Game of Thrones. It’s all wonderful, but what about when the dating turns to politics?

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If you could return to any time period, what would it be? But before answering that question, consider these stipulations that come with each era.

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A Chinese art museum from the modern civilized era views primitive life as animalistic, and what people can learn from the collection.

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Getting into college is hard enough, but this Carnegie Mellon student overcame more obstacles than the average applicant.

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Students who graduate early may forfeit the outdoor ceremonies with big crowds and raucous cheers, but being in December commencement has its pros.

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College is a time to experience new friendships, and that includes roommates, too.

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This list is to make sure you don’t suffer from the nightmare of preparing to move from your dorm room to your new apartment.

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A surprising wave of Democrats inundated Virginia politics, and many think Trump is the reason why.

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Some things to remember when your peers throw shade at your major.

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A new study has found that gamers outperform non-gamers in attention tests, so go ahead, log back on.

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You may be sore afterwards, but the endurance boost from these sports will be worth the pain.

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Selena Gomez was just named Billboard’s 2017 Woman of the Year, but who is actually surprised?

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You can prevent animals’ mistreatment and wear clothes ethically with these suggestions.

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Your day could be a lot different without the thirty-minute snooze at mid-day.

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If you can’t join ‘em, beat with these different ways of having a good time.

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What do you get when you take a nerdy, Harvard-educated musician and try to put him in the public eye as a rockstar? Pacific Daydream.

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The last thing you need is to be stressed while planning to travel, so here are sixteen tips and tricks to make your preparation seem effortless.

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No one did it like Keith Haring, and no one’s doing it like Tatyana Fazlalizade.

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Next time you’re taking a study break, check out these interesting TV shows.

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From Demodogs to brand new bromances, season two of “Stranger Things” has got it all.

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How the Danish concept of ‘hygge’ can help college students survive the winter.

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From San Antonio to California, the twenty-one-year-old Matthew Baiza is taking it upon himself to create change wherever he goes.

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Planning holiday gifts for your friends can be hard when you’re a broke college student, so here’s some DIY gifts instead.

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Inspiration can come from anywhere, and for this University of Michigan sophomore, it came from nature and a premature college injury.

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NaNoWriMo has arrived and that means writers everywhere are gearing up for the month-long writing marathon.

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These scholarships are both a little bit odd and a lot a bit helpful. Do you qualify for any of them?

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Minnesotan track stars and boyfriends Brad Neumann and Justin Rabon have recently made headlines for being just that.

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Why we should all be terrified of the rise of the European far right.

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The challenges of being a non-traditional student can be daunting, but Nicole Spillane has ironed out the wrinkles.

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The origin of the hashtag that sparked a social media uprising.

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When the show you love is no longer the show you fell in love with.

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As unpopular as some of her actions may have been over the years, there’s a lot to learn from Miley Cyrus.

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The last week of the semester doesn’t have to be the most stressful one.

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Are any of these on your course schedule this semester?

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Here are just a few light talking points for family dinners during the holiday season!

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This Boston College senior is helping companies across the country get better insight into the millennial mindset.

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This week’s local elections show a changing face for our legislators.

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Because who doesn’t want to take a trip to a dystopian future where teenagers are forced to fight to the death? May the odds be ever in your favor.

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A Canadian poet with a massive Instagram following published his first book, “Love Her Wild.”

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With plenty of jams to spare, music is the only positive thing  that 2017 has going for it.

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These four songs showcase collaborations between successful electronic artists and rappers that perfectly combine the strengths of the two genres.

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The brand is back, but one question remains: Is it still the same as before?

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Memes, jokes and many other seemingly harmless actions we engage in may have turned into a form of bullying without us knowing.

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Five ways to commit to the writing challenge amid classes and approaching finals.

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New health care policies made by the Trump administration are going into effect soon, which means it’s time to stand up for women’s rights.

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Keep up with the bold, the classic and the ever-changing trends of fall.

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The recent Harvey Weinstein scandal, in which his history of unchecked sexual harassment became public, isn’t groundbreaking.

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Whether it’s a line on a resume or because you’re the next Mother Teresa, here’s how you can do well by doing good.

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With tensions running high between the mass media and political actors, one question remains highly contested: Should media outlets give equal time to all sides of a story?

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Stephanie Quintero, founder of Chicos and Kids, is on a mission to make teaching a give and take experience.

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Why young women should not be afraid of being tough and having a strong personality.

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Sophia Richards, Barnard College student and occasional model, wanted to fill a gap in the media by telling the stories of remarkable, fearless women.

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A malevolent clown, a depraved bastard and a troubled boy: Are one of these actors sinister enough to channel the Clown Prince of Crime?

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We all strive to have the healthiest looking hair, and these products make it possible.

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Bartol has some big city dreams and all the dedication needed to make them happen.

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It’s hard to have a conversation with those that have opposing views. Here’s how you can fix that.

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Struggling to find the perfect political commentary? Piker has your daily dose of news and politics while serving up looks you can’t resist.

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Being aware of what you post on social media can make or break your chances of finding a job in the future.

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Goddess parties are the new functions in which women’s empowerment is celebrated.

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The new Higher Education Access and Success for Homeless and Foster Youth Act, if passed, marks a significant step toward leveling the educational playing field for disadvantaged students.

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Graphic designer and visual artist Victoria Escobar, a student at Maryland Institute College of Art, steeps her work in anthropology, sometimes verging on the macabre.

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After a medical scare in high school revealed how acutely academic performance depends on health, UCSD’s Samantha Madala started the Healthy Scholars Foundation to ensure less-fortunate students had the same chance she did.

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As only a sophomore, SCAD student and Industrial Design major Ryleigh Tyson is already making history in the male-dominated world of collegiate fishing.

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Self-taught producer and YouTube savant Andrew Chellman has brought a decidedly futuristic sound to Carnegie Mellon.

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Bowling prodigy and McKendree University student Breanna Clemmer aims to lead her school’s four-year-old team to its second national championship.

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After witnessing the impact of her late sister’s organ donation, Chi Omega member Sara Miller has become a passionate advocate for educating and registering student donors.

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The Point Park University student has been making a difference in the lives of children as an intern at the very foundation that made her dreams come true.

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Columbia’s Anisa Tavangar, an Art History major and Editor-in-Chief of “Hoot Magazine,” has an ambitious vision for the fashion industry.

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Through her filmmaking, art and political activism, UC Berkeley’s Rebecca Dharmapalan is working to spread the unsettling truth about sex trafficking.

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Southern Methodist University’s student body president David Shirzad talks about not having enough hours in the day and cooking mac and cheese.

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Bennington College student Asad J. Malik, also known by his alias 1RIC, seeks to bring the gruesome reality of war to the forefront with his latest project “Holograms from Syria.”

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With sexual violence crimes continuing to rise across the nation, we need to do something to prevent the tragedies striking today’s young women.

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There’s black music worth listening to that happened waaay before Childish Gambino.

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Watching movies and television in a projected format can boost your entertainment experience.

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When you think of the pork industry you probably don’t think of piglet safety, but Matthew Rooda does.

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This UNC Pembroke student drew attention to mental health at Cannes with her short film “Left in the Dark: Mental Disorders.” What’s next?

The Indian army has systematically carried out the disappearances of over eight thousand Kashmiris. Where are the bodies?

Here are some musical groups who had found their success after hitting it off on-campus.

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Through her filmmaking, art and political activism, UC Berkeley’s Rebecca Dharmapalan is working to spread the unsettling truth about sex trafficking.

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After witnessing the impact of her late sister’s organ donation, Chi Omega member Sara Miller has become a passionate advocate for educating and registering student donors.

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Bennington College student Asad J. Malik, also known by his alias 1RIC, seeks to bring the gruesome reality of war to the forefront with his latest project “Holograms from Syria.”

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With so many people revolutionizing their own pronoun and gender identity, will the constant changes hinder more than they help?

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Women make up nearly 50.8 percent of the population, yet they only account for 19.6 percent of the U.S. Congress. What gives?

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Blu rejoins his old producing partner Exile to release his new album “In The Beginning: Before The Heavens.”

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Out of all of the Thor movies, the latest installation ‘Ragnarok’ was by far the best out of the series, and it’s not for the reason you would expect.

Responsive Image

Here’s how to deal with the unfortunate situation that you—and only you—are responsible for.

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In an eery parallel to the 1940s internment camps of Japanese Americans, hundreds of legal Cambodian-Americans citizens are being held without reason.

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It’s critical that you take your crippling anxiety and channel it into productivity, otherwise you might as well give up now.

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On “Reputation,” Swift’s signature songwriting is more guarded and generic, but promises greater things to come through transformation.

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Religion classes aren’t what you would expect, and you could expand your mind by learning more about how people connect with their faith.

Responsive Image

If you follow these five tips, your Turkey Day celebration will leave you, the bird and your wallet all stuffed beyond recognition.

Responsive Image

As the job market becomes more competitive, adding a minor is a surefire way to increase your chances of securing a job.

Responsive Image
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College students have an opportunity to put down their hefty novels and pick up picture books to read to preschoolers through Jumpstart.

Responsive Image

Amazon’s e-book reading program lets Kindle readers browse over a million titles for only $9.99/month, but is the service right for you?

Responsive Image

Considering the number of injuries to team passers this season, is it just ‘bad luck’ or is it becoming tougher to protect quarterbacks in today’s NFL?

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It’s time for young women everywhere to embrace and celebrate their periods instead of focusing on the “bloody crampy” bits.

Responsive Image

You both love dogs, eating ice cream and watching Game of Thrones. It’s all wonderful, but what about when the dating turns to politics?

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If you could return to any time period, what would it be? But before answering that question, consider these stipulations that come with each era.

Responsive Image

A Chinese art museum from the modern civilized era views primitive life as animalistic, and what people can learn from the collection.

Responsive Image

Getting into college is hard enough, but this Carnegie Mellon student overcame more obstacles than the average applicant.

Responsive Image

Students who graduate early may forfeit the outdoor ceremonies with big crowds and raucous cheers, but being in December commencement has its pros.

Responsive Image

College is a time to experience new friendships, and that includes roommates, too.

Responsive Image

This list is to make sure you don’t suffer from the nightmare of preparing to move from your dorm room to your new apartment.

Responsive Image

A surprising wave of Democrats inundated Virginia politics, and many think Trump is the reason why.

Responsive Image

Some things to remember when your peers throw shade at your major.

Responsive Image
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A new study has found that gamers outperform non-gamers in attention tests, so go ahead, log back on.

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You may be sore afterwards, but the endurance boost from these sports will be worth the pain.

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Selena Gomez was just named Billboard’s 2017 Woman of the Year, but who is actually surprised?

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You can prevent animals’ mistreatment and wear clothes ethically with these suggestions.

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Your day could be a lot different without the thirty-minute snooze at mid-day.

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If you can’t join ‘em, beat with these different ways of having a good time.

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What do you get when you take a nerdy, Harvard-educated musician and try to put him in the public eye as a rockstar? Pacific Daydream.

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The last thing you need is to be stressed while planning to travel, so here are sixteen tips and tricks to make your preparation seem effortless.

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No one did it like Keith Haring, and no one’s doing it like Tatyana Fazlalizade.

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Next time you’re taking a study break, check out these interesting TV shows.

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From Demodogs to brand new bromances, season two of “Stranger Things” has got it all.

Responsive Image

How the Danish concept of ‘hygge’ can help college students survive the winter.

Responsive Image

From San Antonio to California, the twenty-one-year-old Matthew Baiza is taking it upon himself to create change wherever he goes.

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Planning holiday gifts for your friends can be hard when you’re a broke college student, so here’s some DIY gifts instead.

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Inspiration can come from anywhere, and for this University of Michigan sophomore, it came from nature and a premature college injury.

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NaNoWriMo has arrived and that means writers everywhere are gearing up for the month-long writing marathon.

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These scholarships are both a little bit odd and a lot a bit helpful. Do you qualify for any of them?

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Minnesotan track stars and boyfriends Brad Neumann and Justin Rabon have recently made headlines for being just that.

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Why we should all be terrified of the rise of the European far right.

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The challenges of being a non-traditional student can be daunting, but Nicole Spillane has ironed out the wrinkles.

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The origin of the hashtag that sparked a social media uprising.

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When the show you love is no longer the show you fell in love with.

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As unpopular as some of her actions may have been over the years, there’s a lot to learn from Miley Cyrus.

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The last week of the semester doesn’t have to be the most stressful one.

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Are any of these on your course schedule this semester?

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Here are just a few light talking points for family dinners during the holiday season!

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This Boston College senior is helping companies across the country get better insight into the millennial mindset.

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This week’s local elections show a changing face for our legislators.

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Because who doesn’t want to take a trip to a dystopian future where teenagers are forced to fight to the death? May the odds be ever in your favor.

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A Canadian poet with a massive Instagram following published his first book, “Love Her Wild.”

Responsive Image

With plenty of jams to spare, music is the only positive thing  that 2017 has going for it.

Responsive Image

These four songs showcase collaborations between successful electronic artists and rappers that perfectly combine the strengths of the two genres.

Responsive Image

The brand is back, but one question remains: Is it still the same as before?

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Memes, jokes and many other seemingly harmless actions we engage in may have turned into a form of bullying without us knowing.

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Five ways to commit to the writing challenge amid classes and approaching finals.

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New health care policies made by the Trump administration are going into effect soon, which means it’s time to stand up for women’s rights.

Responsive Image

Keep up with the bold, the classic and the ever-changing trends of fall.

Responsive Image

The recent Harvey Weinstein scandal, in which his history of unchecked sexual harassment became public, isn’t groundbreaking.

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Whether it’s a line on a resume or because you’re the next Mother Teresa, here’s how you can do well by doing good.

Responsive Image

With tensions running high between the mass media and political actors, one question remains highly contested: Should media outlets give equal time to all sides of a story?

Responsive Image
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Stephanie Quintero, founder of Chicos and Kids, is on a mission to make teaching a give and take experience.

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Why young women should not be afraid of being tough and having a strong personality.

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Sophia Richards, Barnard College student and occasional model, wanted to fill a gap in the media by telling the stories of remarkable, fearless women.

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A malevolent clown, a depraved bastard and a troubled boy: Are one of these actors sinister enough to channel the Clown Prince of Crime?

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We all strive to have the healthiest looking hair, and these products make it possible.

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Bartol has some big city dreams and all the dedication needed to make them happen.

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It’s hard to have a conversation with those that have opposing views. Here’s how you can fix that.

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Struggling to find the perfect political commentary? Piker has your daily dose of news and politics while serving up looks you can’t resist.

Responsive Image

Being aware of what you post on social media can make or break your chances of finding a job in the future.

Responsive Image

Goddess parties are the new functions in which women’s empowerment is celebrated.

Responsive Image

The new Higher Education Access and Success for Homeless and Foster Youth Act, if passed, marks a significant step toward leveling the educational playing field for disadvantaged students.

Responsive Image

Graphic designer and visual artist Victoria Escobar, a student at Maryland Institute College of Art, steeps her work in anthropology, sometimes verging on the macabre.

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After a medical scare in high school revealed how acutely academic performance depends on health, UCSD’s Samantha Madala started the Healthy Scholars Foundation to ensure less-fortunate students had the same chance she did.

Responsive Image

As only a sophomore, SCAD student and Industrial Design major Ryleigh Tyson is already making history in the male-dominated world of collegiate fishing.

Responsive Image

Self-taught producer and YouTube savant Andrew Chellman has brought a decidedly futuristic sound to Carnegie Mellon.

Responsive Image

Bowling prodigy and McKendree University student Breanna Clemmer aims to lead her school’s four-year-old team to its second national championship.

Responsive Image

After witnessing the impact of her late sister’s organ donation, Chi Omega member Sara Miller has become a passionate advocate for educating and registering student donors.

Responsive Image

The Point Park University student has been making a difference in the lives of children as an intern at the very foundation that made her dreams come true.

Responsive Image

Columbia’s Anisa Tavangar, an Art History major and Editor-in-Chief of “Hoot Magazine,” has an ambitious vision for the fashion industry.

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Through her filmmaking, art and political activism, UC Berkeley’s Rebecca Dharmapalan is working to spread the unsettling truth about sex trafficking.

Responsive Image

Southern Methodist University’s student body president David Shirzad talks about not having enough hours in the day and cooking mac and cheese.

Responsive Image

Bennington College student Asad J. Malik, also known by his alias 1RIC, seeks to bring the gruesome reality of war to the forefront with his latest project “Holograms from Syria.”

Responsive Image

With sexual violence crimes continuing to rise across the nation, we need to do something to prevent the tragedies striking today’s young women.

Responsive Image

There’s black music worth listening to that happened waaay before Childish Gambino.

Responsive Image

Watching movies and television in a projected format can boost your entertainment experience.

Responsive Image

When you think of the pork industry you probably don’t think of piglet safety, but Matthew Rooda does.