Layan Sasa, University of Texas at San Antonio
Leav’s famous creativity is readily apparent, though slightly different, in her fiction debut.
Back with another bestseller, Manson sheds light on the sheer atrocities of … well, being a human.
Inspired by the birth of his son, Ezra Koenig et al. explore the rhythms of life.
‘Everything is F*cked’ drops next week, which gives you just enough time.
Through thick and thin, the band has focused on what’s most important… creating content that sends a powerful message to the world.
She’s back and better than ever.
College is a messy time for romance, but these talks can give you some perspective.
Who else wants a reboot?
Five episodes, five years after the series finale.
Deepak Chopra’s seminal work is, and always will be, a masterpiece of humanist philosophy.
Mind over matter takes on a whole new meaning.
Solange is home, and she’s working.
Self-help yourself to some personal improvement this semester.
The newest project from Peter Sagar is his strongest, but also his softest.
Some of these poems feel like a warm hug from a friend.
The real is back, the ville is back.
It’s a modern album from a modern man.
Two actors, one spectacular opera.
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