Asha MacKay, Wellesley College
The up-and-coming artist shares her distinctive voice and style with her livestreamed performances and new EP, ‘Otherside.’
With their 31 year age difference, Big Ed and Rose are provoking an age-old discussion about love.
Children are socialized with assumptions about gender. How should you respond to their unknowingly insensitive questions?
The latest streaming platform is bringing 10-minute ‘quick bites’ of TV straight to your phone. It’s a great idea, but the shows need some work.
From professional wrestling to laundromats, the things that stay open show what we didn’t realize we needed — and, occasionally, our possibly weird priorities.
Two doctors came under intense criticism after suggesting using African nations as testing grounds for a COVID-19 vaccine, prompting the hashtag #AfricansAreNotLabRats
The title track begins, ‘You want a timeless song, I want to change the game.’ Over the course of 11 tracks, the British pop star accomplishes her goal.
Teens being stuck inside with their phones for weeks on end is a recipe for disaster — or a few unique social media hashtags.
The phrase has gone from a term to call out prejudice to overused internet slang that has lost all meaning. There are so many better words.
Disney’s controversial upcoming remake seeks a different audience than the family-favorite animated movie that so many grew up with.
Her turn toward social commentary has received praise, but every artist should be taking on these issues — and many already do.
Many college students find comfort in racial affinity spaces. Multiracial students harbor an internalized barrier for entry.
He has received support from fellow TikTok creators for making light of the leak. Meanwhile, female celebs are on the defensive.
Gwenyth Paltrow’s lifestyle enterprise Goop took us to the edge with their latest mini-series.
It’s easy to get caught up in ‘green’ advertising. Here’s how to weed out companies that use environmentalism as a brand without putting it into practice.
For fans of fantasy looking for a feminist addition to the genre, this series may or may not live up to expectations.
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