By Christina Vazquez, University of Central Florida
New or old, these shows are sure to catch your eye.
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Sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, because she’s taking over the music industry.
The sophomore is now looking to give back to the organization that changed her life: the Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project.
With the arrival of the web retailer’s on-campus locations, the company is taking another giant step in disrupting traditional commerce.
These smaller programs can do a lot to round you out as a student.
The Netflix docuseries follows five Indian girls, born into the ‘untouchable’ cast, who have been admitted into a special school aimed at breaking the cycle of discrimination.
Warning: This article may cause you to spend hours trying to hack into your old Neopet account.
In her writing, the Pratt student confronts the intangibility of discrimination by focusing on its specifics: language, deportation, stereotyping, self-doubt and trauma, among others.
As Facebook and Instagram continue to copy its ideas, the ghostly app has been forced into a state of perpetual-innovation.
You’ll be thankful later when you can fix any wardrobe malfunction or clean any surface.
On the History Channel’s new survival show, contestants don’t even have a camera crew to help them.
All she had to do was stay…on streaming services.
Michael Rodriguez, a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania, is the son of Cuban immigrants whose sacrifices have helped inspire his desire to succeed.
Research shows that English critics were right to condemn the ‘NYT’ headline—suggestive words heavily influence the thoughts of readers.
Pro tip: Ramen eventually starts to suck.
From diplomatic insight to fart jokes, the Catholic community had plenty to say about the meeting of world leaders.
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