By Carli Scalf, Ball State University
We all know New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep, but these books will help you stay on track.
Ithaca College’s Peter Champelli is using motion graphics, radio and video to create journalism with style.
These highlights from the 2017 edition of ‘The Best American Nonrequired Reading’ provide perfect snapshots of the topics in which defined this past year.
As the college market gets more competitive, universities are pouring large amounts of money into marketing campaigns to rebrand themselves. But do they really work?
Even if President Trump declines to, you can celebrate the accomplishments of these five outstanding entertainers–this year’s honorees.
North Central College’s Upasna Barath, an author and serialized videographer for Tavi Gevinson’s renowned girl-power publication, is writing to survive.
By spotlighting the friction between self and family, Greta Gerwig’s bittersweet coming-of-age story makes adolescent angst feel novel.
The show might have finished its final season, but Mindy Lahiri’s Hulu masterpiece has broken the romantic-comedy mold for good.
On “Reputation,” Swift’s signature songwriting is more guarded and generic, but promises greater things to come through transformation.
How the Danish concept of ‘hygge’ can help college students survive the winter.
Five ways to commit to the writing challenge amid classes and approaching finals.
Does horror send you running for the hills? These classic flicks provide Halloween fun without the scare.
It might seem like a fun game, but what does it really mean when we turn a real person into an exaggerated character?
Men seem to miss the benefits they stand to gain from gender equality.
The NBC show continues to emotionally connect with its large audience through expert, authentic storytelling in its second season.
Feeling emotionally naked and afraid in a new place? These tips will help you survive and break into a new culture with ease.
Making an effort to consume and support media about women of all ages benefits everyone.
From 1D fan to CEO, Nishiki Maredia, alongside co-founder Angela Jin, created the 1950 Collective, which has already netted over $300,000 in revenue.
Time Magazine has dubbed the devastating hurricane “the first social media storm.”
Rediscover one of the best comedy writers of our time by delving into some of his best work.
Jumping back into intense study sessions can be difficult, but these chill tunes will make it a little more enjoyable.
As an intern for the Blue Ridge Parkway, a national park that spans North Carolina and Virginia, the rising junior helps visitors appreciate the rich history of Appalachia.
The docuseries offers an inside look at two careers that shaped the music industry forever.
As the seminal collection from Joan Didion turns fifty, here are four of its best, most perfectly preserved lessons about youth and growing up.
The rising sophomore and STEAM pioneer is using her skills as a front-end developer to inspire and mentor others.
The indie darling captivated audiences and created new expectations for humor and inclusion in rom-coms.
‘Something to Tell You’ combines jaunty hooks with meaningful songwriting to reflect the ups and downs of love.
Despite what you’ve heard, you don’t have to be outgoing to stand out in your internship.
Trade in your Spotify playlist (every now and then) for these life-changing podcasts.
The film’s historic box-office numbers augur a bright future for female action stars and DC Comics.
When summer laziness starts setting in, use these books to keep your brain sharp and stay entertained.
After killing off Michael, the show managed to mature its tone without losing its character.
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