The best bookshelves have to offer.
Hopefully it’s worth it.
Chloe Zhao’s breakthrough film captured the power of identity, both old and new, in times of pain.
The film version of David Levithan’s book is a pared-down, emotionally stunted misfire.
The podcast explores celebrities’ teenage years and proves that adolescence was awkward for everyone.
If I could stream ‘Kim Possible’ I’d never leave the house again.
Sustainability guru Manuela Baron wants to make living well less intimidating.
Twenty-year-old vlogger Kelly Vuong is a thrift shopper’s dream.
A trio of Canadian-born Chinese YouTubers has helped illuminate the second-generation experience the best way they know how: comedy.
You can put an end to the chaos.
Dope ink and supporting female artists? Sign us up.
Controllers at the ready.
All of the stress with only half the intrigue.
How different is anti-aging from immortality?
Halo brows? Seriously?
The rapidly popularizing genre is plagued by the same sexism that permeates American music.
The complicated film is frustrating but refreshingly inventive.
Whether it’s an impossible assignment, impending deadline or indecipherable text, you have options.
On his new album, the 26-year-old finally leaves the gimmicks behind.
The game has become deeply ingrained in youth culture, for better or worse.
‘I become you, and you become me,’ indeed.
Or, seven books you no longer have to read.
And how to make them into reality.
And considering Google is restricted in China, it’s doubly impressive.
Getting that elusive ‘job experience’ just got a little easier.
And it’s the perfect way to spend your winter break.
Trust me on this.
His signature campaign promise is in dire straits.
In scrawling misogynistic text over famous works, Tompkins exposes the patriarchy of the art world.
Variety is the spice of binge-watching.
Never rely on the dining hall again.
Reading slumps happen, but these podcasts can help.
In honor of the president’s two years in office, here’s the most current list of everyone who’s quit or been fired.
Ah, another life-changing decision to make in your early twenties. Wonderful.
The characters might be juvenile, but the themes aren’t.
The YouTube-famous duo have returned with another pop-culture-bashing album.
The numbers were good, but the film not so much.
Alfonso Cuarón’s art-darling movie casts a light on how women endure and overcome suffering.
As the YouTube series prepares to release its eighth season, there’s never been a better time to tune in.
How the company turned its signature drab boot into an enduring status symbol.
The photo does so much more than normalize breast-feeding.
It involves literal cleaning.
Chances are they were behind some of your favorite projects of the year.
We’re leaving writer’s block in 2018.
It’s been a banner year for video games.
You’re not going to want to miss this one.
Rife with magic, nuance and creativity, fantasy gets to completely reimagine what’s possible.
Here are the female frontrunners for the Democratic bid in the 2020 elections.
The film installation offers an imaginative, eerie perspective on global warming.
College calls, am I right?
Yes, it’s possible.
His insane interviewing style has scored him sit-downs with everyone from Mikhail Gorbachev to Cardi B.
New year, new books.
Three essay-writing tips from your friendly college writing tutor.
The Republican Party must either turn a blind eye to Trump’s behavior or revolt against him, and either decision will cost them voters.
If you’re looking for personal-trainer results without a personal-trainer cost, these three women are a can’t-miss.
When Pete Davidson threatened suicide, was he being vulnerable or manipulative?
New semester, new you.
And looking very aristocratic in the process.
The brilliant show is gearing up for its best release yet.
The app and the eating disorder community have a long, troubled history together.
The reboot is full of nostalgia, but it lacks magic.
Would you have done your holiday shopping with a company called Cadabra?
The album has head-banging potential, but the 22-year-old’s work still needs some polishing.
The funniest of the year are here.
Trust us, it’s worth it.
Could it be another ‘Get Out’?
To celebrate, here are its six best fights.
Led by curator Sarah Urist Green, the series is all the intrigue of art with none of the pretense.
Catherine Hardwicke’s take on the Mexican drug wars is a little lackluster.
Giant jackets are the new wave.
Maybe we aren’t as progressive as we think.
The real terror of evil is how gradually it can come about.
It might be hard, but it’s completely doable.
The tradition has been threatened by extremists, precisely because it threatens extremism.
The story of her groundbreaking career will reach millions, so it needs to tell the whole tale.
We’re all in the ‘Endgame’ now.
Take it from me: it’s not easy.
It’s going to be a banner year for graphic novels.
He’s doing what so many mental health advocates struggle to do: take their own advice.
The former Baylor frat president faces almost no repercussions after raping and assaulting an unconscious woman.
The Amazon series is quietly becoming one of the best shows in the streaming-service universe.
What a time to be a hip-hop fan.
The MC’s sophomore project, ‘NOIR,’ is brimming with promise.
The new Rewind video is record-breaking, and not in a good way.
I’m convinced the writers use my life for source material.
If you fell in love with teaching English abroad, a TESOL degree should really be your next step.
And it sounds marvelous.
They might seem similar, but they couldn’t be more different.
Neil Postman’s 1985 work so presciently captured the dangers of the post-truth era that it still feels eerily modern.
Growing up is, and has always been, rough.
Donna Tartt’s cult novel shows how life-changing college can be, for better or for worse.
Do you wanna see a moviieee? Come on, let’s go and waaattcchh!
Good thing it snows in January, right?
What a time to be a Netflix subscriber.
Jan. 6 will be a night of comedy gold, just you wait.
Three shows will always be better than one.
It was apparently less painful than apologizing.
Deep breath in, and out. Now you can focus.
What use is rebellion when it’s sponsored by your overlords?
The move to Facebook Watch has proven to be, like, a totally dope move for the hilarious series.
Video games have come front and center in the discussion surrounding freedom of online speech.
If she pulls it off, Bynes’ turnaround would be one of the most dramatic in celebrity history.
For anyone who was dying to make Krabby Patties, Kevin’s Famous Chili or milksteak of their own.
Macabre humor makes taboo topics accessible, and that can lead to their much-needed discussion.
It’s about time the man who embodies jazz makes his own mark on the genre.
A new Tumblr is on the horizon.
If you feel like you haven’t smiled in a week, these are for you.
You’re goan thank us later.