Isabelle Mencia, University of Florida
American television is cool and all, but have you considered watching British TV instead?
A simple Facebook event led UC Berkeley’s Natalea Schager to fly out to Cusco, Peru, in hopes of preserving the Incan Ruins in an AR app.
Everyone is excited about their coming baby, but it is not an excuse to involve absolutely everyone you know in a gender reveal party.
The reward of drinking water instead of vodka is that you get to see people’s most hilarious moments when the alcohol starts to kick in.
Without proper preparation, your dream dream of studying by the Seine can turn into a nightmare
If you don’t want to read back decades of origin story, these comic series might be a good substitute.
Against the lucrative offer of special prices for students, the question remains whether the new iPad will make a technological difference.
With a spark of interest from childhood, the NYU senior Ericsson Hartfield brings a contemporary breath to the classical instrument of the violin.
If you just finished your third tub of ice cream out of stress, it’s time to check out these Vines for a healthier and more waistline-friendly therapy.
Most of them include missing out on precious opportunities for, well, your laziness.
Indulge yourself by turning on the TV and watching one of your favorite guilty pleasure shows.
DePaul University’s Bushra Amiwala is proving to the world that young people can engage in politics and make positive changes in their society.
Part of the problem boils down to plain old record-keeping, but most ancestry tests could be doing a lot more.
Alligators, mosquitos and swamps, oh my!
‘One Day At a Time’ speaks to the hottest topics in our society today, ranging from mental illnesses to LGBT experiences.
The 2000s were blessed with iconic pop punk bands that bring you not only nostalgia, but excitement in every playback.
Amazon Go launched its first store in Seattle, which left many people both hopeful and worrisome about the future of the cashier-less shopping concept.
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