Joiya Reid, Georgia Southern University
Spring break is known for parties and booze, but when drinking isn’t an option, this easy recipe for virgin margaritas may be just what you need.
From a basketcase, a princess, a criminal, a brain to an athlete, will the characters of Freeform’s ‘Grown-ish’ be able to compete with Hughes’ original cast, or will they fall short?
Julien Turner of Morehouse College is using his passion for films and film making to fight back racial stereotypes and educate the community on social issues.
To save a vital nonprofit, Garel began a fundraising effort predicated on doing things that no blind person had ever done before.
The death of SHINee’s lead singer, Kim Jong-hyun, reveals where society can improve in terms of addressing depression and mental illness.
The site is under fire after publishing an ad for plus size tights.
Karen Vargas, senior at Fresno Pacific University, found herself fighting not only for her Hispanic roots but also for other minorities without an agency.
Cole Scanlon and Luke Heine created the Fair Opportunity Project after realizing how improbable their acceptance into Harvard was going to be.
Admit it, you have experienced at least one of these symptoms after that season of Game of Thrones.
Inspiration can come from anywhere, and for this University of Michigan sophomore, it came from nature and a premature college injury.
Jump onboard if you are tired of heart-wrenching ballads.
As the first Korean drama to be remade for American television, the show proves that a series can be bigger than its entertainment value.
Don’t worry, your time will come.
If I had known what I was giving up when I chose to stay in Georgia, choosing a college would have been ten times easier.
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