By Marissa Cortes, Stony Brook University
The nuances of mental health can be hard to nail in fiction, but these novels do it perfectly.
Creator of ‘Hamilton’ Lin-Manuel Miranda has put together a massive effort to rally Puerto Rican celebrities and send aid to the devastated island.
Everyone knows we’re all just waiting for the robots to rise up and kill us.
As an Amazon Best-Selling Author, Iowa State’s Sabah Ali advocates getting an early start on networking and entrepreneurship.
Disney’s recent history of introducing new, diverse characters has produced their first Latina princess.
Lani Sarem’s YA fantasy novel ‘Handbook for Mortals’ enjoyed a short few hours as a NYT #1 Bestseller before accusations of foul play emerged.
The long-awaited superhero team up has finally hit TV and laptop screens everywhere.
Does the show live up to the hype of previous Marvel Netflix series?
The self-designated ‘mom’ of her friend group, Nina Barnett created an app to make sure her friends are safe.
The hilarious YouTube series, created by former SourceFed host Steven Suptic, is a sharply modern blend of irony, eccentricity and d.i.y. videography.
Traditional books not working out for you? Check out these engaging graphic novels—no prior experience required.
The movie adaptation of Jenny Han’s YA novel will bring substantial Asian-American representation to the big screen for the first time in two decades.
Ngozi Ukazu’s web comic about sexuality, hockey and copious amounts of pie will find itself on bookstore shelves next year.
Spidey’s return to the MCU was celebrated by fans everywhere—but is it really a return?
“Black Panther,” a film with a 90 percent African-American cast, needs to be successful to reiterate an important point to Hollywood—that audiences want representation.
The series, which follows a family of robots who desperately want to be human, basks in the irony of their desire.
Each member of the ultra-famous boyband has released new music since their split, but who will achieve JT status?
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