Alicia Drier, Roosevelt University
In condemning ‘The Tonight Show’ host for toying with Trump’s hair, critics forget what Fallon’s job is.
A Biochemistry and Biological Engineering double major, freshman Mitchell Scott talks about his experience as a non-traditional Ivy League student.
Who knew a tiny sentient tree could play such an important role in the galaxy’s ability to smile?
Hulu’s new original series might be breaking streaming records around the world, but Atwood’s dystopian tale has a subtler message that gets easily lost.
It’s been said that the undead have been overdone, but the zombie story isn’t going away any time soon.
The transgender author behind ‘If I Was Your Girl’ talks words, boxes and intersectionality.
Tired of living off of Easy Mac and cafeteria food? Here is a wallet-friendly food blog to help you fall in love with food again.
Freshman Andrew Bower will do just about anything to become a stage actor, including impersonating a Mark Twain impersonator.
From ‘jumbo’ to ‘yas,’ a brief history of how the English language has brought us to where we are now.
What Trump’s promise to decrease funding for the National Endowment for the Arts means for the United States.
The Greek system may still be known more for its extravagant parties than its academic rapport, but students still flock to pledge every fall for one important reason.
More and more students are living at home while they attend college and even after. Is that a bad thing?
Ball State freshman Heather Stafford shares her story of surviving and thriving in the face of anorexia nervosa.
When books are marketed to large audiences, disturbing themes can find their way into the hands of unsuspecting readers.
In the heart of February, when you might be knee-deep in snow and stranded indoors, check out these feel-good movies to lift your spirits.
For many years, feminism has been a dirty word, but could 2017 bring a necessary facelift to this decades-long revolution?
Ever since it made its debut as a DVD mailing system back when I was an undergrad, the streaming service and the college community have been inseparable.
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