Kristian Porter, Northern Kentucky University
The pageant star, EDS survivor and Mount St. Mary’s University student is working to change how society deals with hard-to-diagnose disorders.
In more ways than one, the country seems to be spinning out of control.
Taking up too much space on the bus makes you an asshole, not a gender terrorist.
Science has become politicized, yes, but finger-pointing and berating have little place in any educational environment.
After dropping out of a Kentucky election last year, the 24-year-old Interdisciplinary Studies major is taking a shot at Cincinnati politics.
Looking for a partner who shares your Harry Potter obsession? Find out who’s qualified.
By exploring the causes of a young girl’s suicide, the show spotlights how significantly your actions can affect others.
It’s senior year, and you just realized your major isn’t cutting it. What now?
The Industrial Design major is solving the nation’s flower-pollination problems.
Anyone who denigrates literature for appealing to teenagers is forgetting what makes reading worthwhile.
Honestly, I don’t know how anyone could criticize these photographs.
The rule changes have only succeeded in alienating old fans and failing to attract new ones.
The dystopian novels of yesterday are the political blueprints of today.
Despite an NCAA ban and growing accusations of cultural appropriation, Chief Illiniwek lives on at the University of Illinois.
After a web series and a successful viral video, the Tulane senior has her hands full with a new feature film highlighting black women in lead roles.
Your fear of social interaction doesn’t have to keep you from getting involved.
Whether or not their message is effective, discomfiting or timely, every American has the right to voice their thoughts.
Sorry not sorry.
The enterprising junior founded ‘Caged Bird Magazine,’ an online writing platform created for minorities, by minorities.
Bisexual representation on television is necessary for better understanding the orientation, as well as for the well-being of those who identify.
If we wade through the celebrity deaths and ignore Donald Trump’s yuge ego for once, 2016 doesn’t look that bad.
Through his stereotype-subverting humor and intelligence, Crowder is trying to make public perception of the South rise again.
Millennials are pushing deeper into zine culture, developing pamphlets promoting social justice, relevant movements and even just art and poetry.
Though CityNova is Teaford’s latest project, the UC senior is fresh off two books of poetry and an ambitious political campaign.
To reignite my love for reading, I turned to the most popular, knowledgeable Booktubers, and you should too!
Take a break, Rowling; you’re already a billionaire.
There are books about it. There are art exhibits about it. So, what exactly is it?
So, you’ve been avoiding writing that midterm paper until the day before it’s due, and now you realize you need help. What now?
Miller, a recently-appointed Mental Health Ambassador, seeks to encourage fellow individuals with depression to open up about their struggles.
All of us ‘90s “kids” are now ‘90s “adults,” and we’re reliving something that no other generation has indulged in as heavily: Our childhood.
From consent to gender to blowjobs, these five vloggers will teach you everything you need to know about sexuality.
I knew I’d officially become my friends’ new mom when these seven motherly traits began taking over my life.
Long distance relationships can get lonely, but by using one of these six tech-based assistants, you can make the days apart a little easier to endure.
Why watch “Chopped” when you can watch Alton Brown encourage endless, cookery sabotage instead?
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