Lindsey Davis, Iowa State University
Springob, who battled severe depression and anxiety in high school, now travels the country helping other students suffering from the same problems.
After being recognized by his hometown and the state of Michigan for his service work, the freshman has only raised the bar for himself since coming to college.
A student at Emerson College, Walsh captures the hollow, stark defiance of young men, and the landscapes that define them.
Goel, a freshman at Purdue University, was part of the four-person team of undergraduates that developed FiB, an algorithm that distinguishes between real and fake news.
Millennials are not defined by traits like laziness or disrespect, and I am not ashamed to be part of the most accepting group of Americans yet.
Deschanel’s unashamed, quirky and empowering take on life is the exact perspective all females should be adopting.
The Houston Community College student has pioneered a fashion line that is quickly gaining popularity, though Wigfall has bigger plans than fame.
I was so excited to finally reunite with the Gilmore gals, but Palladino’s reboot (and the famous four-word ending) left me confused and let down.
Current FLOTUS for the next POTUS, anyone?
Fighting sex trafficking, environmental degradation and animal abuse is as easy as buying a cute top. (Almost.)
Want to demonstrate your support for a cause, but sick of annoying your Facebook friends? These three online boutiques have the solution.
Come on, you know you can’t help but admit that Chip and Joanna are the king and queen of relationship goals.
Around the time when women have children, their pay decreases an average of eight cents below a man’s, but can the U.S. make steps to change this prejudice?
Nobody can resist that teddy bear demeanor (or that fabulous red sweater).
In addition to creating a boundary-pushing magazine, Paige is redefining what student writing can be.
Like Neon Indian, another South Texas creation, the San Antonio foursome has cut their teeth on new age groove.
When you’re searching for something new to read, try one of these three journalistic pieces of nonfiction.
No matter how hard you try, something about Kevin James is impossible to hate.
Nineteen reflections from Dixon, the senior at Texas State building a brand out of recycled clothing.
Some things are just more important than my TV dates with Dwight Schrute.
Don’t wait until your senior year to master the art of balancing your schedule.
We judge three accounts to find out.
Whether it’s a two page essay or the great American novel, it’s not getting written on a cluttered desk.
Even though most students are constantly half-asleep, sometimes it can turn out to be something more serious.
The late ’90s were a simpler time, filled with slime, orange soda and anatomically impossible head shapes.
The Cornell College student is working with Global Zero, a group that has created an international movement to eliminate nuclear weapons.
When waiting for inspiration to strike is not an option, try these four methods.
One is literally just a subscription to snack food.
As dozens of women testify to harassment and sexual posturing at Fox News, Carlson’s lawsuit against CEO Roger Ailes may have unearthed a big steamy scandal.
From current events to niche musings, these newsletters are succinct, intelligent and will generally improve your life.
Written by a graduating Yale senior days before her untimely death, the essay is an emotional time capsule that captures the fear of transition.
Though never a radio show enthusiast in my life, I would recommend anyone, especially students, check out Elvis Duran.
“Change it abruptly” does not come highly recommended.
Though known for its superficiality, under the nail lacquer and Merlot “RHOBH” teaches valuable truths about family and friendship.
Being an English major taught me not only how to defend my beliefs, but how to have them in the first place.
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