Katie Klear, Columbia College Chicago
How will your petaled beauties live their second life? Here are the many ways to prolong their value to you and your home.
College classes are moving online these days. Rather than stick with a subpar school experience, why not choose an alternative path?
As schools convert many courses to web-based video chats due to COVID-19, writers perhaps suffer the most.
With time on your hands and trash in your bin, why not try composting as your latest quarantine project? It’s easier than you might think.
Is it possible to always have a positive self-image? No, but simple self-acceptance, regardless of your body type, is probably the better way to go.
It’s the same food that the supermarket sells, so why the stigma?
They may be operating differently in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, but they’re still providing many benefits to local communities.
Searching through the trash is not exactly glamorous, but its many benefits might outweigh the ‘yuck’ factor.
For some, figuring out how to tell the world who they are is a wonderful, liberating step, but it may not be the right choice for all.
Environmental factors have caused many changes to everyday life, one being how we use the restroom. Is switching out disposable bathroom tissue the right step or just absurd?
Sexism conjures up ideas of women being victimized. Mistakenly, the term is never used to describe discrimination against intersex people.
Election season is upon us, and learning how to vote is the first step to exercising your rights. Here are the basics of the process for all you new voters out there.
It used to be that treating mental health was stigmatized — now, however, some people are shaming those who don’t go to someone for help.
In attempts to combat the lack of diversity, writers from non-marginalized communities often miss the mark when writing about groups they don’t identify with.
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