Gillian Farnan, SUNY Cortland
University of Texas student Jacqueline Gibson is using her personal experiences and education to help the underrepresented people in her communities.
This might be the year we finally retire Diana Ross’s “I’m Coming Out.”
One simple act, like participating in Yards for Yeardley, is just one small step toward ending relationship violence.
After taking a hiatus to explore other creative pursuits, Melinoe is back with a new single, ‘Cyclones,’ and fresh new sound.
Cardi B’s newest album, ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ was well worth the anticipation, hype and wait — all put together. She’s killing the game.
Dakota Herman has always loved drawing and the arts, but now she wants to take her artwork to the next, more permanent level: tattooing.
With Netflix’s new ‘Chef’s Table: Pastry’ trailer, there is an obvious lack of female chefs and people are not having it.
Vogue’s recent interview with Kendall Jenner has shone a light on how forcefully confronting or assuming someone’s sexuality isn’t Gucci. Ever.
‘Bobby Tarantino II’ is the sixth mixtape by Logic and it currently has his fans reeling as ‘mixtape Logic’ makes a much-welcomed comeback.
With Warped Tour’s final tour approaching this June, it’s important to reflect on the music community it created over its 23-year reign.
GU’s Sam Shapiro aspires to have students connect to not only his writing but to every inclusive effort he performs on campus.
Union College’s discovery of a lock of George Washington’s hair in their library is bringing the 18th century into the new millennium.
A look into how celebrities — by entering the political realm — affect the vote after actress Diane Neal announces she’s making a congressional run.
Reese Witherspoon’s production company Type A Films, now Pacific Standard, has marked a new age for women in the entertainment industry.
Harley Barber’s racist video got her expelled but also shined a new light on an old conversation.
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