By Aliyah Thomas, Mount Saint Mary College
The Pratt student’s work is proof that industrial design is about more than just the chisel and the blade.
The University of Texas poet uses vivid, mythological imagery, stitching together modern questions and ancient themes.
Despite its attempts at good will and inclusion, Black Lives Matter continues to center a national narrative of violence propagation.
High-waisted pants, jumpsuits, gap teeth, cigarettes, florals and the air of a distinctly 1970’s feminism imbue the SCAD student’s work.
In 2017, remakes and live-action adaptations shall inherit the world.
Could we really be so crass as to believe that 2016 was worse than molten rock literally falling from the sky in 79 AD?
Through her UT Real Beauty initiative, Unnati Shukla actively raises awareness for positive body image, self-acceptance and the effects of colorism on men and women in recognizing self-worth.
Save for the celebrity involved, photo leaks seem to be nothing new—and unfortunately, neither is the tired, misguided dialogue surrounding them.
Because every book you read can’t be as good as “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
If cinema has you cringing at the latest exploits in whitewashing, you can find your new hero (and his supporting cast) in Marvel’s “Black Panther.”
To create her haunting, contorted stills, the NYU student and photographer strips color and subject down to their barest forms.
For the broke college student who needs a week-long escape after finals, look no farther.
No, we don’t just sit at home and read, but we are secretly judging your poor choice of words.
Would you rather be in bed with a bag of Doritos and Netflix or spend the night with someone else’s vomit on your shoes?
The newfound money may mean moving from microwavable meals to the stovetop, but at what cost?
With both overt and subtle references to the contemporary politics of black life, Luke Cage brings some much-needed representation to the superhero spectrum.
By tapping into her own experiences and self-worth, Solange tackles the topics that matter in her new album.
New to a school but not new to school? Here are six things you’ll be thinking.
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