Brittany Sims, Temple University
She might be able to shake off the haters, but the stigma seems to stick.
CBS Announced that an all ‘Big Brother’ version of ‘The Amazing Race’ may happen and here are the pairs I would love to see on it.
From babies to weddings to fashion, Americans care more about what happens in the British monarchy’s life than their own government.
Singing songs from all six albums and multiple costumes changes, Swift delivers a performance you’re unlikely to forget.
As an accounting major, Petito enjoys helping low to moderate income people with their taxes.
Harding was involved in one of the biggest scandals in sports history, so why is America making her the hero?
Though everyone from John Cena to Channing Tatum seem to be splitting from their significant others, there are still many reasons to believe in classic Hollywood romances.
The Ottawa-born star and his ‘Kidney Beans’ address thorny, important issues like love, gender roles, depression, anxiety attacks and mental health.
On ‘It’s Gonna Be May’ day, April 30, the former band will reunite for this tremendous honor.
NYU’s Isabella Bruder is a YouTube force to be reckoned with.
American Idol is back in our homes, this time on ABC, after taking a two-year hiatus and the nostalgia is real.
From Ed Sheeran to David Otunga, more and more famous celebrities are sporting “mangagement rings,” but will the trend last?
Although ‘Once Upon a Time’ has lasted seven seasons, fans are hungry to know the fates of their favorite fairy tale characters.
‘The Undercover Edge’ is a great tool that provides tips on how readers can apply investigative tactics to live a better life at work, school and home.
Ballart was born with spina bifida and is in a wheelchair, but she doesn’t let that stop her from living the life she wants.
If college life wasn’t stressful enough, the insurmountable burden of tuition costs should be the least of these student’s problems.
Although justice has been served in the Larry Nassar trial, progress remains delayed for Hollywood accusers demanding justice.
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