McKenna Uzelac, Columbia University
While the lyrics and sonic presence of his latest remix album, ‘Crush: The Remixes,’ speak to the LGBT+ experience, you don’t have to be queer to enjoy the music.
The hysterectomies performed at the Irwin County Detention Center are just one more incident in a long line of racist reproductive practices in America.
The body positivity movement still maintains that beauty is important, but this new movement inspires self-love regardless of physical appearance.
The boredom brought on by quarantine has caused many young people to increase their marijuana use. But is a fun pastime turning into reliance?
In her 2019 book, the comedian beautifully articulates a fascination with the ordinary, which just might be the key to true happiness, especially during the pandemic.
As COVID-19 has drastically changed vacation plans, people have explored alternative options for summer getaways.
As eco-friendly shopping becomes more trendy, NYC secondhand shops are receiving more attention. But some are better than others.
Unlike many older shows that are filled with outdated jokes and harmful stereotypes, this cartoon’s comedic antics still hold up.
Known for playing Santana Lopez on the popular show, the actress’s untimely death last month shocked millions of fans across the world, sparking a celebration of her Latina LGBTQ+ character.
100 gecs’ latest release is a remix album that features artists like Charlie XCX, Fall Out Boy and Kero Kero Bonito.
Despite a big budget and an all-star cast, the long-awaited film adaptation of the beloved book series has disappointed both fans and critics.
Whether you choose Kirby, Peach, Bayonetta or Dark Samus, who you select as your fighter speaks to your personality.
It is more important than ever to remember the teachings of renowned Black feminist scholar as we consider empathy in our own communities.
The era of Britney Spears and Juicy Couture is back, and it’s a perfect complement to the social turmoil being experienced by Generation Z.
While modern capitalism and the looming recession pressure hobbyists to monetize their creative work, it’s important to remember why we do it in the first place.
As June begins and protests over racial injustice continue, it’s important to make space for queer black literature.
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