Farah Javed, CUNY Baruch College
Aided by social media and the desire to recreate the dream homes of people’s imaginations, the old pastime is garnering some renewed interest.
COVID-19 fears may be fueling an exodus from the Big Apple, but the city is resilient and will bounce back — like it’s done numerous times before.
The archetype didn’t come from nowhere. Along with their ancestors BBQ Becky and Permit Patty, they all share a sense of entitlement, and oftentimes, a disregard for people of color.
The previously unassailable creator of ‘Hamilton’ is starting to receive some backlash, both political and personal.
Despite speaking truth to power and providing a much needed Muslim desi presence on television, Hasan Minhaj and his show will not see another season on Netflix.
The Republican National Convention may have been light on national unity, but it did provide plenty of humorous fodder for the internet.
The kids cartoon is proving to be especially relevant as it provides a glimmer of hope and imagination for viewers stuck in quarantine.
An online petition has gained thousands of signatures in support of recognizing the Food Network sensation, instead of the Italian colonizer that sailed the ocean blue in 1492.
Now that the public is growing more aware of her pattern of wrongdoing, she might be getting dethroned as the queen of daytime television.
The skin whitening cream perpetuates the notion that lighter skin is better than darker skin.
Traditional religious clothing marks brown people as targets of discrimination. Meanwhile, companies and celebrities rebrand these styles as chic and trendy.
As people scroll through Instagram and Twitter during lockdown, they are forced to confront images from injustices around the world.
Ryan Tedder’s band has been releasing versatile hits for nearly two decades, but they still remain under the radar.
Western society has generalized the people of Asia for too long, and effectively erased South Asians, their culture and their unique experiences.
Digital classes bleed into the summer as companies like MasterClass and CourseHorse continue to educate people from the comfort of home.
As demonstrations in response to George Floyd’s death continue globally, entertainers are participating in the movement by donating and marching.
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