By Maya Halabi, UTSA
Carnegie Mellon’s Sasha Cohen Ioannides, a sophomore and member of The Aquaponics Project, is using sunlight, food scraps and a shipping container to grow fish for the hungry.
Matiza, an undergraduate at Pennsylvania State University, reopened the online grocery and appliance store Zimbogini for citizens of his native country.
Being an instructor entails not only some extra money for your crazily expensive textbooks or a good dinner out, but also the satisfaction of making someone’s life better.
Dieting is overdone and overrated. Body acceptance and living life to become healthier and stronger are what’s hot right now.
These six female athletes will provide you with the best performances in this year’s PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
Did any of this even happen?
After taking first place in LaunchLab’s Entrepreneur Pitch Contest, industrial engineering major Will Keefe is realizing he won more than he bargained for.
Discovery’s recent acquisition of an additional 25 percent of OWN’s ownership raises some questions among fans and followers over the future of the network.
These albums in 2018 are bringing some new music to shake up your playlists, and hopefully they’ll be even better than the previous year.
The International Olympic Committee decided that Russia will be banned from the 2018 Olympic Winter Games following its doping investigation.
Morrissey is still making music? Damn right he is!
Malek Sarhan, a junior at Illinois Institute of Technology and president of the Arab-American Association of Engineers and Architects, is taking aviation to new heights.
And it’s fine if you mess up your hair this time!
Macro-counting vs. intuitive eating: Which one will win in the battle for your diet?
Your day could be a lot different without the thirty-minute snooze at mid-day.
The brand is back, but one question remains: Is it still the same as before?
Warning: You may develop an addiction to this tea.
You know, to prevent breaking your thumb scrolling through your library in search of a specific song and whatnot.
Majoring in your hobby may sound like a dream, but it can easily become a nightmare.
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