Abigail Adeleke, University of Miami
The actor had a major impact on Black culture through his portrayal of several Black icons and legendary characters.
Some universities have already closed due to an influx of coronavirus cases, but the University of Illinois may have found a solution.
Designer fashion, million-dollar commissions and catty gossip — welcome to your new favorite Netflix reality show.
A Taiwanese airline has curated a new experience for those who still want to travel during the pandemic — flights that come right back to the same airport.
Leagues are bringing their teams back together even though the virus is still on the rise. Now, an increasing number of athletes are testing positive.
Looking for your latest binge-worthy series? This crime show will keep you glued to your seat as you uncover the mysteries of the town and its residents.
Now more than ever, people are calling on brands to step up. The culture magazine took another step in the right direction by having Dario Calmese shoot their cover.
The policy elicited its fair share of outrage, and although the policy may have been withdrawn, calls to have the controversial law enforcement agency abolished are on the rise.
Often recognized as problematic due to racial stereotypes, the classic theme park attraction will soon honor the 2009 animated film that featured the first Black Disney princess.
Sometimes their actions spill out into real life, but really, they’re harmless, mostly.
The Capitol Hill Occupied Protest came about after demonstrators successfully evicted the police from the neighborhood. Now, the city is pushing to dismantle it.
With studies showing education and mental health intervention yield lower crime rates, is funneling funds into law enforcement really a good idea?
The Netflix miniseries covers the 1993 siege and highlights the tremendous power David Koresh had over his followers.
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