By Mattie Winowitch, Waynesburg University
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Remember how you used to make fun of graduates that came back and hung out? Now it’s your turn.
Young people today are much likelier to have positive relationships with their parents than ever before. Why?
A Music Therapy major, Harris’ performances as •f i g• and the venue she operates, Titter’s Diner, are both rooted in gender and sexual openness.
It’s like the stages of grieving, except with thirst traps.
It’s easy to feel irrelevant as a writer, especially as a student journalist, but there’s something bigger at stake than ego.
Just kidding. Can we get a lesson that involves just a tiny bit of preparation?
Can 22-year-old Michigan State student Myya D. Jones become the youngest mayor in Detroit’s history?
In its final season, the HBO series has succeeded by capitalizing on its biggest criticisms.
Meet Maggie Kennedy, a ‘nasty woman’ set on informing the public on political issues and women’s rights.
A slew of powerhouse indie bands have record releases slated for the next few months.
Why the second year of college is often the most psychologically demanding.
Three years, an hour’s separation, two schools and a handful of life lessons later, and it’s completely worth it.
The sophomore at Kent State was inspired by her mother, a quilt maker, to create works of art that you can see and touch.
Ironically, I was the one who was supposed to be teaching.
Although the millennial generation was the last to be shaped by AOL’s Instant Messenger, kids today should know what they’re missing out on.
We both want what’s best for the country, but the problem is deciding what that means.
Out of the trash heap thats is cable television comes a smart, emotionally masterful series that will have you reevaluating your life with every episode.
The body-positive model and CCAC Allegheny student is ready to break stereotypes and save lives.
There’s no better time to let go than now.
If the goal of your dieting is to be happy with your body, there’s a more effective approach than empty promises.
From getting blitzed to singing carols, one of these dozen playlists is guaranteed to be perfect for your holiday festivities.
The ‘Beaches’ remake is a positive commentary on feminism, BLM and the generational divide.
Somehow, between playwriting, acting, performing and fronting the band Darling Run, Green also finds time to be a full-time student at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts.
How did I suddenly go from having 8,598,125 friends to having 2?
No matter what, we’re just going to lap it up anyway because it’s John freakin’ Mayer.
It’s time to find healing… Now. And by now, I mean hopefully within the next year.
You’re not #blessed, you’re just bragging.
Travelling is good. Volunteering is good. Travelling while volunteering? Maybe not.
Issa Rae’s “Insecure” centers on the everyday encounters of a young black woman; the twist: She’s in a predominantly black world.
Here’s how to be smart when figuring out how to actually help with Hurricane Matthew—and any other natural disasters, really.
While my friends at other schools stay “turnt,” I stay focused.
E-books just don’t offer all the goodies that physical books do (especially that lovable, old book smell).
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