By Emma Taubenfeld, Pace University
After high school, bullying looks a lot more like emotional abuse than swirlies, which means it’s dangerous in an entirely different way.
You can’t be what you can’t read!
Only a junior in college, Butler’s social media acumen and eye for promotion have helped her climb the ranks of NYFW.
In Donald Trump’s America, nothing says rebel more than being a kind, empathetic person to others.
Thanks to the proliferation of social media and crowdfunding, you can afford anything if you can convince others that you need it. But is that a bad thing?
Instead of breaking out of the dusty tomes of Donne, we’re celebrating National Poetry Month with writers who are still paying off their student loans.
Getting sacked can be a shitty way to learn, but there are some lessons you can only learn from being cut.
The University of Pennsylvania senior is using his perspective as a student and his background in public health to change how society deals with substance abuse.
Catcalling, like other, more serious versions of misogyny, is a habit that men need to change, not women.
As younger generations become accustomed to immediate feedback, the erosion of their patience will lead to serious problems.
The only person more badass than Meredith Gray, Annalise Keating and Olivia Pope is the woman who wrote them.
Using influence over students to push politics isn’t just wrong, it flies in the face of what they’re supposed to be doing.
After taking an “Oceans: Past and Present” class, the Boston University student decided to take her talents to the beach.
Why study for midterms when you could be reading these incredible books?
Some college students don’t have the time or money to travel abroad, and that’s okay.
ASMR, a physiological sensation triggered by stimuli that both calm and arouse you, is meditation we can get behind.
If you’re an imaginative thinker, sometimes succeeding in an analytical environment means abandoning your greatest strength.
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