By Josephine Werni, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Lopresti-Goodman works with the Beagle Freedom Project to care for dogs that have been the subject of laboratory experimentation.
After discovering a century-old Steinway with a double keyboard, UW Madison professor Christopher Taylor modernized the instrument and unveiled it to the world.
A student at USC’s Marshall School of Business, Berry has built a massive fan base with her college-lifestyle channel ‘Katherout.’
From an homage to Leslie Knope, to a slightly more collegiate version of the festivities, here’s how to spend the best day of the year.
Shockingly, there are more museums in America than McDonald’s and Starbucks—combined. So why doesn’t it feel that way?
The eclectic, brilliant sophomore has received a NASA-funded grant for exoplanetary research, as well as spent a summer at sea studying marine life.
For students trying to make quick money, donating your eggs may be the way to go.
Requiring all students in pursuit of a BA to take multiple semesters of expensive, inefficient foreign language courses is BS.
By connecting the past, present and future of medicine to literature, Dr. Thrailkill is paving a new path in public health.
In an acknowledgment of their past mistakes, Disney put incredible efforts into accurate cultural representation, and it shows.
You’d be surprised by how much they can teach you.
What goes on at these summer camps rarely reaches the ears of Girl Scouts, and that may be for a reason.
All college is hard, but some college is harder than others.
To find out how technology has affected illegal prostitution, Dr. Finn hit the streets to talk to the people who know.
Animal testing for cosmetics is outdated and cruel, and switching has never been easier.
Follow these five tips and you’ll finally be able to ask Jesi why she uses a roll of toilet paper every day.
Now’s your chance to learn about the ocean, space and everything in between.
The Music Education professor is using virtual reality to get future teachers in front of kids that aren’t children.
If the housing closest to campus is unaffordable, lower-income students are the ones who suffer.
Whether you’re a fan of the infamous drink or not, here are a few other options that are perfect for autumn.
Larger universities offer more diversity, more opportunities and more options than smaller colleges.
The Colorado State professor is using new methods of hop production to make beer better, cheaper and more quickly.
Cruelty-free cosmetics are on the rise, and animal testing is on the way out.
Could a region that produced Prince, Eminem, Bob Dylan, Madonna and Nat King Cole really be that boring?
These five vlogs range from helpful to hilarious, but they’re all worth your time.
Especially if you’re starting in a new city, getting your bearings is critical.
With many colleges now offering courses in technical writing, English is less about writing than ever before.
A bonus tip is to never date guys who blame their farts on you.
Nudity is only half the appeal.
By awarding points to tasks based on their level of adult, you can chart you and your friends’ growth. My roommates and I averaged 180.
Though society values competitiveness, not everyone is wired for it. Here are the problems that only noncompetitive people will encounter.
Cheaper, filled with young people and usually right in the center of the city, hostels are ideal for student travelers.
With the aid of technology, maintaining lifelong friendships really comes down to doing three things.
It’s essentially the two best parts of college combined.
Hiking through the Continent can be culturally and personally rewarding—just make sure you’ve planned for the worst.
When you fail to tell others about yourself, their assumptions will never fail to amaze you.
After participating in the ‘No Pants Subway Ride,’ I’ve begun seriously questioning the need for pants at all.
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