By Michelle Criqui, James Madison University
At Kansas State University, Beyond Homeschooled works to ease the transition of non-traditional students into college.
For the Parrotheadz of James Madison University, channeling the iconic musician’s laid-back vibe is the key to happiness.
Social media has allowed fans of imperiled series to connect with each other and with show producers, which has changed how networks make decisions.
Everything, from the episodic format, superior acting and involvement of Snicket himself, suggests that the show won’t get off to a bad beginning.
Rejuvenating before the new semester is the point of winter break, so take advantage of these tips to ensure you’re refreshed and ready.
After heeding the advice of my friends and adopting a betta fish, I realized first-hand that the tiny fish are not as low-maintenance as you think.
O’Brien co-founded the international nonprofit Pauline Juliet, which provides supplies, education and encouragement for girls and women from Uganda.
You’ve probably imagined two fictional characters getting together, but why?
A Senior Year Bucket List is just going to bring you down when you notice all of the unchecked boxes; opt out for your own experiences instead.
At James Madison University’s Swing Dance Club, students boogie down weekly with their fellow footloose partners.
Trump wants to censor “Saturday Night Live” for its crude imitations of him, but where were all these complaints when he hosted last year?
Don’t skip that poetry conference or that CEO’s presentation in favor of Netflix; you’ll never have access to these opportunities for FREE ever again!
Glover has everything that Williams brought to the original film, plus much, much more.
With almost 49,000 followers, Carmack is adamant that the secret to viral success is a lot less sexy than you might think.
During an election year where there’s no escape from the media’s lies, Adam Conover is serving up the honest truth (with a side of humor, of course).
The inspirational, award-winning playwright, rapper and songwriter continues to amaze the American public with his charm, wit and overall success.
If you didn’t know it before, Dwight Schrute made it clear that locking your coworkers in an office and staging a fire drill is a bad idea.
If coming home from school means a long drive, you’re going to need to be prepared.
If you want to avoid the possibility of getting degrading messages on Tinder, upgrade to Bumble where women are in charge of the conversation.
As a standout student in the University of Illinois’ top-ranked Library and Information Science program, Espinoza is about as big of a bookworm as they come.
With the new theme of CBS’s “Survivor” announced, you can’t help but wonder if the new tribes will embrace their generational stereotypes.
Intelligent, tenacious, sexually liberated female protagonists? If only it weren’t science fiction.
Can I just write ‘money’ three times?
As streaming sites overtake cable in popularity, prepare for a new era of entertainment.
For a network with a history of callous exploitation, TLC’s new show captures genuine heartbreak, and does so with (relative) maturity.
Get ready for ‘80s nostalgia.
Because believe it or not, celebrating half-holidays is an art.
If having a friend that can see the future doesn’t sound appealing to you, look away.
For better or for worse, vlogs are the ultimate intersection of intimacy and entertainment.
When you have to keep the finale to yourself, the last thing you want to do is try to keep the finale to yourself.
Though low ratings have plagued the show, “Community” challenges and expands what it means to be a sitcom. Plus, it’s hilarious.
Not only will you have dozens of handy ice-breakers, you’re more than used to making wherever you are feel like home.
Shuttles may be convenient, but they will never be enjoyable.
“It also didn’t take my 10-year old self long to realize that the world of Neopets, much like the society I would one day enter into, was run by money.”
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