Michele Mendez, Temple University
Tina Li, a freshman UCLA student, launched a sock business called ‘HapiThreads,’ named after her goal of wanting to spread happiness to others.
Fans point to the song’s parallels to the Greek myth of Narcissus, in which a self-obsessed protagonist commits suicide.
Marvel films have an increasing amount of gender and racial diversity, so why not add queer representation to the mix?
Similar to Lady Gaga, Freddy Mercury and David Bowie, Styles uses his platform to support the LGBTQ+ community.
‘Despacito,’ aka the prime of 2017 pop culture, has inspired a revolution of bilingual collaborations.
Drew Langhart, a student at Arizona State University, helped to develop an app that encourages stronger relationships between students and faculty.
From emotional moments to action-packed scenes, ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ never disappoints its viewers.
‘Burn the Stage’ shows the good, the bad and the ugly of the K-pop industry.
Nickelodeon wants to provide more diverse programming one show at a time.
Fans of Styles have suspected his bisexuality for years, and ‘Medicine’ might be his coming out song.
Rowan College’s Lauren Purnell combats homeless stereotypes with her blog called Naming the Homeless.
In his ‘Hope World’ mixtape, J-Hope tells a compelling story of his rise to fame and success, which came with responsibilities he did not foresee.
The latest season of ‘Supergirl’ includes a powerful roster of women, which is rarely seen in the superhero genre.
K-Pop fans from around the world are excited to witness Exo and CL perform live at the close of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Courtney Act, whose real name is Shane Jenek, received the most votes on ‘Celebrity Big Brother 21’, beating conservative politician Ann Widdecombe.
As some YouTubers, such as Logan Paul, stir up controversy, Shane Dawson continues to make meaningful, wholesome content on his platform.
The ‘Maze Runner’ franchise comes to an end with the final installment, ‘The Death Cure,’ inspired by the novel written by James Daschner.
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