Abby Webb, Rice University
The new Travis Scott documentary has some fun moments, but avoids deeper insights into the rapper’s life.
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The trope of the Bond girl is finally dead.
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Ingrid Michaelson’s new album sets the ever-popular ‘Stranger Things’ to music.
It’s time to stop shaming people for taking nudes, and start doing something about the ones who leak them.
This summer, lose calories, not money.
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Something good can come from even the worst of breakups.
Art doesn’t have to be expensive, and it can make all the difference in transforming your humble space.
I mean murder is relative, right?
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