By Brittany Sodic, University of North Texas
If it’s still hard for you to wrap your head around last year’s election, Clinton’s personal account may help you come to terms.
Transitioning from college to the real world can be difficult. Here’s what to expect after taking your turn to walk across that stage.
Racial tensions in America are at their highest, but reading stories of marginalized people is one step toward education and rehabilitation of a nation.
Cornell University’s Caitlin Stanton is a force in the coding world who founded her own coding hackathon and program.
How Trump carefully crafted his public image from businessman to leader of the free world, and turned it into a nationally recognizable brand.
Understanding the history of Confederacy monuments as well as legal roadblocks in their removal is essential, no matter where you fall on the issue.
UC Berkeley’s Adiba Khan has spearheaded a bill that would require California public colleges to provide on-campus access to medical pill abortions, but funding the measure has proved challenging.
Especially when the stresses of school seem all-consuming, having a pet can help some students stay grounded.
At nineteen years old, the Harvard student has turned her childhood, intersectionality and politics into a wealth of stunning feminist poetry.
If the popularity of K-pop is any indication, it’d probably be a smart move to hop on the K-TV wagon early.
The second season of Handler’s talk show on Netflix has been more political than ever, and she’s not apologizing for it.
You belong on campus. Misogynists don’t.
A few steps easy steps on increasing your political engagement on campus and beyond.
Last year, Athena Del Rosario came out about her experience as a trans athlete, and is now embracing her role as more than just a soccer player.
Close out Pride Month by checking out these must-know LGBTQ artists, ranging from historic greats like Audre Lorde to contemporary fixtures like Pussy Riot.
If you live in the continental U.S., one of these fests should be on your summer agenda.
Where does the Boat end and the Yachty begin?
I survived, and actually thrived, in college despite mental health disorders, and so can you.
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