By Ben Zhang, Duke University
More than fifty thousand college students are homeless, but for a variety of political reasons, the crisis rarely receives attention. Students Kevin Lee and Brooke Evans are working to fix that.
Michael Nowoslawski, a parkour fiend and Marketing major, brought the spotlight to his school through his success in the obstacle course television show.
With record times dropping, ownership increasing and cults of celebrity developing, there’s never been a better time to get Cubing.
In sports that have as many unwritten rules as written ones, enforcing those codes of conduct can be tricky.
Any show that both hackers and transgender advocates can get behind is worth checking out.
Despite a shifting technological landscape, radio is thriving, hosting more weekly users than Facebook.
They may have lower approval ratings than the Vietnam War, but film critics perform an incredibly valuable task for the industry.
If the Oscars are any indication, the hottest Hollywood buzzword is ‘representation,’ and it’s about time.
Sports are emotional and mercy rules are empathetic, but they don’t belong in the game.
The Paul Quinn College junior overcame multiple relocations, illness and a broken education system to become one of the most ambitious students in the country.
What good can knowing the capital of Albania really serve? You’d be surprised.
What starts out as a joke can turn into a brand of skepticism that erodes entire belief systems.
Except for Michael Bay productions, most films take a village, and that village has feelings too.
Sometimes, the most effective protest is a turned back.
From Twitter to Snapchat, the UT student is ready to revolutionize communication in the social media industry.
Believe it or not, achieving the highest score in Angry Birds does not translate into technological literacy.
Remember: When it comes to pounding pavement, less is usually more.
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