Claudia Ng, University of Texas at Austin
It’s as easy as listening to music.
And also a good excuse to travel abroad.
The Amazon Rainforest is tragically losing 1.5 soccer fields worth of rainforest every single minute to man-made fires.
The famous Indian actress courted controversy for nationalistic and pro-war remarks.
The increase of mass shootings is changing Americans’ behaviors. Their deep-rooted fears are a cry for help to lawmakers to address their concerns.
When does too healthy become unhealthy?
In a world plagued by environmental carelessness, young people are exerting their power to save themselves and the future.
The Kingdom of Ravka is leaping from page to screen.
To undocumented immigrants, hard work is not a choice. It is a matter of life and death.
Whether it passes or not, this question has troubling implications for who gets a voice in the United States.
It’s the beginning of the end of misrepresentation in the television industry.
So, take up some space and make some noise.
For the past few months, states have tried unrelentingly to overrule Roe v. Wade. Now, they are targeting birth control, too.
‘Period. End of Sentence.’ And the beginning of her future.
Dust off your House robes, Potterheads: There are four new Harry Potter eBooks slated for release this summer.
The book was revered for its accurate portrayal of mental illness. Will the film be too?
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