Kerrianna Wallace, Arcadia University
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This one’s for the English majors.
Miss A is here to help you bring your A-game.
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning author’s essay on childhood rape, mental illness and suicide opens up the conversation on male sexual assault.
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Turns out they’re not same thing.
The app/game that’s pushing players to tears with its beautiful visuals, music and story.
University of Maryland senior, Emily Starobin, hopes to catch a glimpse of the Maryland state insect with the Baltimore Checkerspot Project.
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The Canadian chef and his high-energy, charismatic personality bring humor to the cooking show genre.
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Helen Fleischer looks to change the fashion industry and help those in the trans and gender-nonconforming communities get the underwear they want and need with her startup, IntimaQ.
How the McElroy brothers in their podcast and show, ‘My Brother, My Brother and Me,’ keep themselves open-minded, apologetic and hilariously unproblematic.
Like other musicians before him, Jack White announced a plan to ban the use of phones at concerts, but audiences deserve to make that choice for themselves.
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