Jenna Amore, Oakland University
YouTuber and ‘All Things Internet’ podcaster Rachel Ballinger no longer censors her language — or subject matter — in this deeply personal (and humourous!) offering.
Meet magical singing centaurs, an equine protagonist and a touch of darkness in this newest addition to the streaming platform’s roster.
The famous YouTuber collaborated and consulted with clinical psychologists to offer mental health advice that everyone can benefit from.
Influencers with the mental health condition formerly known as ‘multiple personality disorder’ are sharing their experiences on TikTok and YouTube.
Here are the must-have fan favorites and the packs you can safely skip, all ranked side by side.
The latest expansion pack for this iconic game allows players to ‘feed their souls (and their chickens!).’
TikTok isn’t just for teenagers looking to participate in the latest dance trends. People of all ages are using the app to seek help from licensed therapists.
The inclusion of shopping carts and the return of Brewster are among the many items on fans’ wishlist.
The influencer is opening up about her awful experience behind the scenes of the YouTube Original show, but her former costars are pushing back on her narrative.
Working in the customer service industry is difficult enough as it is, but there are certain lines that can really push someone over the edge.
The beloved game is finally getting the updates that fans are demanding — as well as some surprises that they didn’t expect from the game.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, theater in New York City closed down. Now that it’s coming back, the ‘In the Heights’ creator has gone on Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ to express his excitement.
The band’s latest song pushes politics and critical thinking to the forefront in the midst of political turmoil.
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