Kayla Johnson, Bradley University
Using the small publishing platform, the ‘After’ author was able to make a name for herself — and at the same time, raise the possibility that others could do the same.
The Hulu show examines the dark side of the perfect suburban existence.
Liberty High will hopefully find some closure in this controversial Netflix series.
The hit series provides a fascinating look into a group of teenagers navigating their own adventures off the North Carolina coast.
Darker people of color have long been ignored by makeup companies. But if those brands can make brown eyeshadows, they can make brown foundations.
The people on this list can play whatever role, whenever.
Which is more effective? Apple pencil and iPad or good old pen and paper?
South LA provides the perfect backdrop for this CW series about football, family, death — as well as hope.
The song is blowing up all over social media, but as a piece of music, it doesn’t have much going for it.
Just because you’re taking these tests at home doesn’t mean you get a free pass — treat them as if you’re taking them in a classroom.
The Netflix series set in inner-city Los Angeles shows that sometimes promises are meant to be broken, and that nothing lasts forever.
Being black at a predominantly white university is hard, but remember you’re not alone.
He values quantity over quality and it’s getting old, really fast. If he had a diverse team of writers to help out, his career might have many good years ahead.
It’s not just this particular Netflix original either. There seems to be an endless amount of films using this tired trope.
Lara Jean has a complicated love life for someone who’s never been in a relationship.
The death of Kobe Bryant and Nipsey Hussle leaves the city of LA quiet.
The debate on whether cheerleading is a sport or not is over. The dedication of the athletes in this docuseries speaks for itself.
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