Kate Maxwell, NC State University
Things are gonna get spooky.
The final season of Netflix’s hit show will air Nov. 2.
The ruling marks somewhat of a success for the myriad Cosby accusers.
And somehow it looks much darker than the first two seasons.
Rumors are swirling about two of the MCU’s best anti-heroes finally getting their time in the spotlight.
His cruel meme targeted Christine Blasey Ford, who recently accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of attempted rape.
Her newest collection, Savage X Fenty, featured a wide range of shades and sizes.
Lyndsey Scott had some choice words for the trolls who discounted her coding chops.
A Periscope video Jones posted was the last straw for the social media giant.
The upcoming film will be the first time a woman has led a solo movie in a Marvel Studios film.
The more outspoken half of Dolce & Gabbana has come under fire before for his comments about Selena Gomez.
Students have reportedly been placed in cockroach-laden basements that lack any privacy.
He and LeBron are setting a new standard for socially conscious superstars.
And several former Miss America winners have jumped to her defense.
Her former co-star, Jimmy Bennett, has alleged the two had sex when he was 17 years old, below California’s age of consent.
But will it be enough to save the struggling service?
Teens want to go under the knife to look like their fave filters.
It looks like the remake won’t be bringing honor to us all, though.
Their new concept is a frontrunner for the least intelligent idea award.
Of all the racial biases in Hollywood, casting descriptions are some of the worst.
In 2018, your social media is everyone’s business.
The unorthodox pope is shaking things up left and right.
Despite being decades outside of our demographic, Ginsburg remains a ‘notorious’ pop culture staple.
Here’s to hoping that other mothers get that option too.
And got roasted for doing so.
Economic factors will now be considered before ecological ones.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that nothing beats a good TED Talk.
The Disney feature film will showcase the powers of Kamala Khan, America Chavez and six others.
A hashtag that tried to roast millennials took a serious, but surprising turn.
After years of injecting her lips with fillers, Jenner’s opted for the au natural look.
More of this please.
Lush’s new foundation sticks offer a range of environment-saving shades.
For weeks, Woodley restricted herself to a daily diet of a can of tuna, a little steamed broccoli and two egg yolks.
Can Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter PLEASE get a divorce?
Advocates for gender equality should be applauding Terry Crews, not mocking him.
A recent incident at ACE Comic Con in Seattle is just the latest result of what social scientists are calling ‘parasocial relationships.’
The actress and singer recently revealed that she had broken her six years of sobriety.
Semenya is formally challenging the new rule, which she claims is a thinly veiled attempt to police her femininity.
Fictional or not, Mr. Incredible is helping change some seriously outdated perspectives.
Chinese-Canadian director Domee Shi both wrote and directed the short film.
Which, as it just so happens, is exactly why what they’re doing is so important.
And might have helped disenfranchise thousands of voters in Ohio and throughout the U.S.
The all-female cast of ‘Ocean’s 8’ subverts many of the common narratives surrounding female characters by being unapologetic criminals.
Kelly Marie Tran deleted her Instagram because of the rampant, incessant misogyny of ‘Star Wars’ fans.
The verdict provides little insight as to how far the Constitution protects religious liberties and same-sex rights.
After nine seasons, frontrunner Andrew Lincoln is stepping away from ‘The Walking Dead,’ and the exit might be fatal to the once mega-popular show.
Although ABC claims the reason behind the cancellation of Roseanne Barr’s show, ‘Roseanne’ is just morals, money seems to be the true motivator.
Recent actions from the governments of the United States and Israel might signal a shift in the fate of the popular two-state solution.
By creating The American Agora within the university, students of American University are promoting ideological diversity throughout their campus.
The controversial decision marks a break with decades of diplomatic precedence.
Summer break has arrived and you need to fill up your free time with a museum or two.
A new ‘Harry Potter’ themed game is meeting the same popularity that other ‘Potter’ spin offs have met.
Despite being known for its quick and viral content, these investigations may support the case to consider BuzzFeed as a legitimate news source.
Support for Saudi-led bombing campaign in Yemen is taking a severe toll on the civilian population and the U.S.’s foreign policy is a contributing factor.
Palestinians have taken a stand in Gaza, and they are demanding that they be heard and given the basic human rights that they deserve.
The world needs more Beast Boy.
Sofía Campoamor, the first female in the group’s century-long history, discusses the pressures and opportunities of the position.
Who says video games can’t save the world?
Social media has taken one of the least productive components of human interaction — being petty — and elevated it into an art form.
You might just be starting out, but you still deserve professionalism when it comes to the workplace.
Donna Imadi, a sophomore at George Mason University, founded InvestinYOUth, a program which mentors at-risk youth in Fairfax County, Virginia.
‘The Walking Dead’ killed major character Carl Grimes and his unexpected and controversial death may signal a more negative future for the show.
Famous for its kiosks, Redbox is now offering movies and TV series on-demand that’s available on various platforms.
The Supreme Court will decide on cases that cover important issues that will be significant to the future of American life.
By choosing to remain silent and social media free, Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy sent a powerful feminist message about reproductive choice and autonomy.
After a second-trimester abortion ban barely failed in the Senate, it looks like 2018 is turning into another year where women’s healthcare will face multiple challenges.
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