Danielle Kuzel, Florida State University
Spare yourself the trouble of living in a cramped space on campus. Look at some apartments instead.
Sponsored content on platforms like Instagram and Snapchat are becoming more and more prevalent. At the very least, the process of posting paid promotions needs to be more transparent.
The pop singer has a past full of rushed and rocky relationships. Is her new one moving too fast, or is happiness more important?
The pandemic has made resources even harder to access for first-gen students who are already at a disadvantage. Apple’s new Launch program can help alleviate some of that.
Creating your own paper is becoming increasingly popular with millennials and Generation Z.
The show may not be ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy,’ but it’s an enjoyable way to pass the time and learn a few things about the human experience.
This style of art is nothing new, but thanks to video-sharing platforms, it’s becoming a lot more mainstream as a quarantine hobby.
In their latest release, Spillage Village uses religious motifs to address racism, police brutality, the pandemic and other prominent issues from 2020.
It’s hard to know when to let go of a friendship that isn’t working out. These questions will help you know if it’s time to say goodbye.
Students are often extremely stressed, especially as finals are approaching. Hitting the hay for a few minutes can help regulate that.
The clocks moved back an hour and messed up schedules of every type. People are not happy about it.
The new Netflix film questions the common family expectation of being in a relationship, but it falls into the very cliche it attempts to critique.
Making a visual interpretation of your dreams and goals can be inspiring and motivating.
Searching for a career and a way to be financially stable after you graduate can be hard. But there are ways to de-stress that daunting task.
The pandemic has spawned the creation of a lot of small businesses as people try to make a little extra cash. Here are several ways you can help support them.
The singer’s fashion company has expanded to include plus-size male models in their new lingerie line.
The new documentary-drama will make you put down your phone as it dives into what makes social media so addicting and the consequences attached to it.
The Spanish Netflix original may seem like it’s cut from the same cloth as its American predecessors, but really, it goes much deeper.
You can still take part in the seasonal festivities without putting your health at risk.
Luxury bags have been the go-to status symbol for a while, but the top name brands are extremely inaccessible. Telfar changes the game.
Service industry workers on the video-sharing platforms are letting users know which stars are kind and which ones are entitled.
The concept might be able to help some people think critically about their actions, especially in situations involving race.
The Portland hip-hop musician is growing both lyrically and artistically.
Although taking extra precautions in your own home might feel tedious, it is important to remember to respect the people you share a space with.
The posthumously released album serves as both an incredible tribute to the talent of the late rapper and an inside look at the artist’s inner turmoil.
The app has a lot more to offer than Addison Rae’s dance videos. These redecorating hacks will help you achieve your dream space.
The show demonstrates that it is important to be grateful for what we have, even during these difficult times.
This Netflix docuseries is a must-watch for college students seeking an understanding of our current social and political climate.
Online classes aren’t as bad as you might think.
The videos are more than just dances and lip syncing challenges — the app is changing how we find music, and even affecting the music charts.
Engaging in activism doesn’t have to consume all of your time. Calling your congressperson only takes minutes out of your day.
Steve Carrell is working with ‘The Office’ producer Greg Daniels and a few other big names on this warm, satirical Netflix series.
The movie isn’t just a musical. It tells a story of injustice and revolt that parallels our modern political climate.
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