August Pritchett, Armstrong State University
Even regular colleges have their benefits for art students, but art schools also have plenty to offer.
This virtual reality program could make medical students more prepared when entering their first operating room.
How much are you willing to pay for that A?
These people make talking about their disabilities seriously entertaining.
Masked by the adorable faces of potential pets, puppy mills are essentially factories motivated by profit.
If an offensive film were released today, is it possible to enjoy it despite shortcomings?
Even though she’s just starting college, Sulahain has already worked a job that many graduates would be lucky to land.
Not everyone will understand.
The transgender community is fighting for gender neutral public bathrooms, but they aren’t the only ones inconvenienced by the lack of them.
Inspiration porn, which objectifies disabled individuals by pitying or praising them, remains one of society’s most cringe-worthy mainstays.
There are plenty of ways to celebrate antebellum society that don’t involve commemorating the Confederacy.
After entering into a contest on the ‘Today’ show, Speech Pathology major Samantha Watts won the money to help her pay for school after her dad’s fight with cancer.
People may feel bad about going to freak shows at the carnival, but that same voyeurism is what’s keeping some series alive.
At a time when campus shootings seem to happen every day, how will the Campus Carry Bill affect safety at Georgia colleges?
In an era of heightened political correctness, the core issue of cultural appropriation has become muddled almost beyond recognition.
The theme park is actually raising its prices as a favor to its patrons. Sounds hard to believe, right?
Vinyl, calligraphy and vintage are three of a handful of trends that have little place in the tech age, but are enjoying a resurgence nonetheless.
Spiritual, mystical and New Age believers are routinely mocked for their faith, a hypocrisy that society seems completely at peace with.
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