Cheryl Sutton, Purdue University
It started as a joke, but then the internet, as usual, took it a step too far.
The 28-year-old figure skater Adam Rippon was recently named the third member of the men’s team, but not without controversy.
With high political tension across the country, 2017 was a dynamic year for all minorities, in both good ways and bad.
Still new to competitive weightlifting, Meredith Alwine of Randolph College hasn’t let that stop her from lifting her way to the top.
They say you never really know a person until you live with them.
After the Charlottesville protests, Amalia Garcia-Pretelt began working for the city’s witness protection program, giving immigrants a voice by translating theirs.
A short story was the latest thing to catch the internet’s attention, but how did a piece of fiction from the New Yorker manage to storm through Twitter?
With allegations from Terry Crews and Timothy Heller, it’s important to remember that sexual violence isn’t just a woman’s issue.
In light of the Roy Moore allegations, it’s a wonder conservatives can still cry “family values” because this isn’t the first time the party has supported a sexual predator.
As a fellow friendless freshman, I’m here to tell you that there are some serious silver linings.
Out of all of the Thor movies, the latest installation ‘Ragnarok’ was by far the best out of the series, and it’s not for the reason you would expect.
NaNoWriMo has arrived and that means writers everywhere are gearing up for the month-long writing marathon.
Music is the only positive thing that 2017 has going for it.
From Treat Yo’ Self Day to Lil’ Sebastian, “Parks and Recreation” is the heartwarmingly funny show that rises above the rest.
Pandiscio has a stark message about distracted driving.
It’s much less fun than the popular “broke student” meme, and much more factual.
With insurance costs on the rise, it’s time to bring universal health coverage into the ongoing conversation.
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