Katherine McLaughlin, The New School
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The constant need to compare art isn’t helpful when we should be focusing on human connection.
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The genre gets a bad rap, but those willing to dig deeper will find some clever ways of composing tight, compelling stories.
No matter what the situation, there are always ways to take something from life and turn it into art.
Clean lines, soft pink and green plants: From interior design to advertising, the style has permeated our culture.
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Whether it’s One Direction or ‘Twilight,’ things enjoyed by young women aren’t taken as seriously.
The conversation around women business owners might mean more obstacles for them than their male counterparts.
The iconic grocery store offers plenty of budget solutions for hungry students.
Are you ready to grow into your greatest potential?
Not every love story has a satisfying end.
Having too much clutter in my physical space directly translated to my mental state.
Here’s what to do before, during and after a visit, as told by a university tour guide.
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