Danielle Kuzel, Florida State University
Luxury bags have been the go-to status symbol for a while, but the top name brands are extremely inaccessible. Telfar changes the game.
Service industry workers on the video-sharing platforms are letting users know which stars are kind and which ones are entitled.
The concept might be able to help some people think critically about their actions, especially in situations involving race.
The Portland hip-hop musician is growing both lyrically and artistically.
Although taking extra precautions in your own home might feel tedious, it is important to remember to respect the people you share a space with.
The posthumously released album serves as both an incredible tribute to the talent of the late rapper and an inside look at the artist’s inner turmoil.
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The show demonstrates that it is important to be grateful for what we have, even during these difficult times.
This Netflix docuseries is a must-watch for college students seeking an understanding of our current social and political climate.
Online classes aren’t as bad as you might think.
The videos are more than just dances and lip syncing challenges — the app is changing how we find music, and even affecting the music charts.
Engaging in activism doesn’t have to consume all of your time. Calling your congressperson only takes minutes out of your day.
Steve Carrell is working with ‘The Office’ producer Greg Daniels and a few other big names on this warm, satirical Netflix series.
The movie isn’t just a musical. It tells a story of injustice and revolt that parallels our modern political climate.
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