Jen Tombs, University of Warwick
Combining tenets of female empowerment and pagan mysticism, witchcraft is on the rise in modern America.
With her Uncomfortable Art tours, the anti-establishment art historian is challenging how we approach galleries.
The broke student approach to travel can have its benefits.
Tinder Trap, Fyre Festival, TanaCon: They all point to one thing.
The English author is taking on the entertainment business.
It’s never too late to make your English teacher proud.
What did you expect when you put a bunch of self-deprecating teenagers together?
Science is a liar … sometimes, but ‘Always Sunny’ will never let you down.
The film tells the story of a hotel turned hospital for criminals and manages to aptly balance pathos with absurdity.
Shifting social mores — along with the internet’s help — have led to a uniquely millennial brand of mysticism.
Do you really want to wear lingerie named after after a sex slave?
In recent years, the former flower-toting lead singer of the the Smiths has become increasingly racist and Islamophobic.
It’s one big chilled out synth-fest … where every song sounds the same.
Even better: Pick them up at your local LGBTQ+ bookstore.
Here’s your chance to binge TV and claim it’s for ‘cultural exploration.’
There’s one big problem, though.
PSA: Female authors aren’t penning novels with the intent of having half the world’s population avoid their literature.
After a rough patch, the new season of cult sitcom ‘Arrested Development’ is a return to what made it awesome.
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