Jocelyn Campos, University of Texas at San Antonio
If it helps, you don’t have to know the first thing about dancing to enjoy it.
Being able to give and receive feedback is critical to improving your writing.
Dora’s live-action debut has fans curious about some of the film’s choices.
Watching videos of other people watching videos is so much more entertaining than it sounds.
His two visual albums, ‘Straight Outta Oz’ and ‘Forbidden,’ illustrate his personal struggle growing up gay.
The watching party is at Ma’s on May 31.
Shakespeare is good and all, but writers like Acevedo are making reading appealing to millions of underrepresented people.
It’s no ‘The Fault in Our Stars,’ that’s for sure.
Be prepared to pause while you try and stop laughing.
The long-awaited novel from the New York Times’ best-selling author comes out Feb. 5.
As far as weird, creative channels go, you’ll be hard-pressed to find one better than P.J. Liguori’s.
And it makes for a very entertaining YouTube channel.
Halo brows? Seriously?
It involves literal cleaning.
Led by curator Sarah Urist Green, the series is all the intrigue of art with none of the pretense.
He’s doing what so many mental health advocates struggle to do: take their own advice.
Do you wanna see a moviieee? Come on, let’s go and waaattcchh!
The streaming service is ending the year with a bang.
The show captures the wit of Dan Harmon’s series, but adds emotional complexity and warmth.
YouTube Music might be the dark horse of streaming services, but it’s only getting better.
If the teasers are any indication, making sense is not their top priority.
It’s a cliche, but it works.
We have some guesses.
You either do or you delegate, there is no procrastinate.
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