By Ashley Wertz, University of Pittsburgh
Rebecca Shoptaw, a Yale student and founder of ‘Middlemarch: The Series,’ is one of a handful of representation-oriented student filmmakers across the country.
The success of ‘Get Out’ didn’t raise the bar for thrillers; it revealed how low that bar is set.
The globetrotting junior already has a number of gorgeous projects under her belt, touching on narratives from surf culture to apartheid.
To be fair though, this list doesn’t consider ‘Study Breaks.’
There’s a good reason why artists and fans are moving away from large-scale, three-day events.
If society is going to be open about mental health issues, it has to be frank about suicide.
The talented nineteen-year-old is already being commissioned by ‘Nylon’ and ‘Rookie’ for her eccentric eye.
Watching TV is all fun and games until your favorite series gets cancelled.
New safe-search restrictions on the site block certain LGBT+ videos, sending negative messages to viewers about homosexuality.
With graduation around the corner, these sites will help you fake the whole “adulting” thing.
In today’s digital workforce, you can work an eight-hour shift in the comfort of your pajamas.
Whether you’re an artist or just looking for your next Netflix binge, “Abstract” offers something for everyone.
Between music-video production and photography shoots for magazines, the Temple University student is transforming her high-school hobby into a lifelong career.
Though no stranger to performance art, LaBeouf may have outdone himself with his latest project.
The new series ‘Riverdale’ spins the ‘Archie’ comics into a crime series.
Facing regulatory muzzles from the Trump administration, key agencies and scientists are finding creative, sometimes illegal ways of speaking up.
Breaking away from its food-diary reputation, Instagram has become an expressive tool for painters, embroiders and every artist in between.
Fans of the original anime will find even more to love with Netflix’s aesthetically pleasing reboot.
If you like ‘The Walking Dead,’ ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Dexter’ or ‘Supergirl,’ we’ve got some books you should check out.
In her current work, ‘Luminous/Weightless,’ the Point Park student continues to explore themes of femininity and domesticity through striking mixed media.
When the going gets tough, the tough make memes.
Only get $7 back after selling your $350 textbooks? Here’s a gift guide perfect for students on a (very tiny) budget.
The series showcases both ends of the human psyche, from brutality to conscience, and is beautifully complex as a result.
Bower, a junior at NYU, is flipping fashion’s stigma of superficiality on its head with her forward-thinking initiatives.
The strangeness of ‘Pacific Rim’ is essential to its plot, but we’re all hoping the sequel holds as much humor as its predecessor, too.
With the Lemony Snicket film adaptation less-than-satisfying, viewers hope the newly-announced Netflix series will do it justice.
Whether you’re an artistic veteran or someone who can barely draw at all, these seven YouTubers will light an inspirational fire under your ass.
Go ahead—eat pizza in bed and binge-watch Netflix instead of writing your dreaded midterm paper; it can only go up from here (right?).
Don’t just throw away your Halloween night if you can’t find plans; sit back and (try to) relax while watching one of these six hair-raising TV shows.
If you really want to get your creative juices flowing, commit to NaNoWriMo for the month of November.
Sometimes you just miss that clean, fresh air of your tiny, little hometown.
We’re all sick of music video parodies and Harambe compilations. Move on to the good stuff.
Here’s a list of literary masterpieces to help you celebrate autumn’s arrival.
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