Kaitlyn Peterson, UCLA
On the heels of his first album release, Ng speculates what the future holds for his haunting, atmospheric sound.
Columbia’s Anisa Tavangar, an Art History major and Editor-in-Chief of “Hoot Magazine,” has an ambitious vision for the fashion industry.
University of Texas student Imran Rizvi, a Biochemistry major on the pre-med track, is bringing his eye for design to the medical field.
Discoveries like this are always music to the ears and to the soul.
Then, sit back and watch everything start falling into place.
How a college student quickly became an entrepreneur while simultaneously encouraging environmentalism and preservation.
A lifelong fashion designer, Marist College’s Dylan Skinner is adjusting to the release of her second clothing line, Sticks & Stones, a casual departure from her formal background.
Because the best feeling is saying ‘I’m over them’ and actually meaning it.
With the booking app’s help, you can finally travel and live like everyone else on your Instagram.
From making ambitious plans you’ll never keep to counting down the days till school returns, your summers are a lot less unpredictable than you think.
Meme Cisse combined her West African roots with a ’90s sensibility for her Black Student Union’s annual fashion show.
Not one of which is ‘doesn’t take attendance.’
The Marymount Manhattan College student and actress channelled her experience as a biracial woman to play the role, which is set in 1930s America.
More money, fewer problems.
It’s not all door chants and cringey stereotypes .
The album follows the artist as she comes to grips with the emotional toll of remaining so publicly vulnerable.
You don’t have to be able to sing to write a song.
For several of the contestants, being sent home in a limo was the best thing that ever happened to them.
Rupi Kaur’s incredible poetry book explores love in a subtle, yet heart-wrenching manner.
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