Crissonna Tennison, UCLA
Co-founders of the app Swifte, Justine Avoudikpon and Sofia Demay, plan to take community carpooling to the next level at SXSW’s Student Startup Madness Competition this month.
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Like looking into a mirror, pop music reflects the bad, good and potential of whoever is playing it over the radio.
Lim, a Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology major, has a knack for capturing the energy of minutiae.
The twenty-year-old San Francisco State University junior is committed to fighting the negative effects of the Syrian civil war the best way she knows how—through advocacy for education.
If scientists are positive that the West Coast is due for a catastrophic weather event, how seriously does that rule out Portland for post-grad?
In increasingly unstable times, helping others is a foolproof way to make a positive impact.
Facebook shouldn’t solely be about the positive engagements and happy, staged moments; it should be a balanced platform for both the ups and downs.
Almost everybody loves coffee, but does coffee love us back? Or is it really negatively affecting our well-being?
When you work in customer service, just getting through your workday can be a true nightmare; use these tips to recover from all those problem customers.
Protesting the recently established President-elect may not change the outcome, but it’s still important to exercise your First Amendment rights.
Building the right LinkedIn profile is a difficult task, but finding a job in the real world without marketing yourself is a lot tougher, folks.
The right squad will be your squad for life, but it can’t hurt to occasionally escape that stereotypical group and have your own adventures.
Solange has been keeping it cool in the shadows for most of her life, but that hasn’t stopped her from making enormous impacts on music and society.
No, you can’t chant yourself into becoming George Takei (sorry), but you can at least learn a little self-love.
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