Chloe Hamer, Pitzer College
Athletes continue to promote social change, seen especially with the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks.
Your season may have been canceled, but that doesn’t need to stop you from making strides in both your physical and mental game.
These influential and socially aware individuals are more than capable of running the Oval Office.
Angel City is the first National Women’s Soccer League team to be owned by a majority of women.
In her new podcast, the former first lady is speaking with her friends and family on a wide range of interesting and empowering topics.
The Olympic gymnast’s recent controversial Vogue cover story has revealed that the magazine has a long way to go to empower Black voices and creators.
The concept provides an artistic and powerful way to engage in social change by coaxing our imagination to connect us to the voices of the past.
The philosopher’s theories of the ‘studium’ and the ‘punctum’ explains why we prefer certain creative works over others.
The new Netflix documentary entertains and informs those wanting to learn more about psychedelics — from a distance.
Not using liquid courage as a crutch while you bust some moves will only improve upon your self-confidence in other areas of your life.
Former women’s soccer player Julie Foudy’s platform bridges the gap between the personal lives of pioneering female athletes with politics and race.
Athletes have heard the phrase ‘DI bound,’ but is there a better alternative for students wanting to focus on both athletics and academics?
Covering your mouth doesn’t have to mean suppressing your freedom of speech. What you wear has the ability to speak louder than your words ever could.
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