By Alli Guaman, Marymount Manhattan College
Not only does the search engine skew your results, but you may already be paying for a better alternative.
Australian journalists have discovered that the site is targeting depressed users to place ads more efficiently.
Even though 93 percent of millennial renters plan to own a home, a slew of factors outside of their control have made doing so more difficult than ever.
The online dating scene might be exciting, but you need to be boring when it comes to protecting your sexual health.
Alex Bonfiglio, founder of the Green Mountain Veggies club, is turning her for passion for veganism into a schoolwide initiative.
Last year alone, more Americans were killed taking selfies than by shark attacks.
A Wellesley student has been criticized for creating a database of professors accused of ‘ableist microaggressions,’ but the criticisms miss the point.
The University of Regina created a ‘masculinity confession booth’ to give men a safe space to share candidly. Are they going too far?
Even at a ‘liberal’ university, monogamy is still the standard.
Truesdale is the founder of Solar for Our Superheroes, an organization that provides free solar roofing and education to public servants.
It’s easier to make generalizations than it is to think critically about people, which is why it’s so hard to stop.
The American flag, meant to represent an “indivisible” country, is for some a symbol of intolerance and hatred.
In record numbers, illegal immigrants are going back to Mexico.
If the point of required classes is to produce useful citizens, then students should be learning about recent history.
Diaz started ‘Tampons, Period’ to provide women with hygiene products anywhere on campus.
By living on the edge of the rabbit’s fur, you can step out of your comfort zone and begin to solve the universe’s unanswered questions.
MIT freshman Kai Kloepfer is developing smart-gun technology that could save thousands of lives, so why are critics blocking it?
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