Miguel Robles, University of Colorado Denver
After war erupted as the Yemeni native was leaving her country, Nada Al-Thawr student has begun an aggressive campaign to bring her country’s plight to light.
Politically active athletes have a long line of history of not remaining silent, and Colin Kaepernick is no exception.
This is the story of how Johnson became a successful student—and there’s more to come from her.
Does anyone in the league have the roster to take down the super-team Pats? Honestly, probably not.
By creating a system in which athletes manage other athletes, the Cornell students hope to end the trend of professional athletes severely mismanaging their money.
From ‘Suicide Squad’ to ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ here are the definitive rankings of the last decade’s superhero movies.
Arena’s second stint as the USMNT coach matches an old wolf with a team of young pups. Will he be able to rescue the U.S. from obscurity?
Here’s what needs to happen to reenergize the playoffs and get the East back on its feet.
To beat the Warriors, teams across the country are loading up.
No, despite LeBron’s fifth Finals loss, the discussion hasn’t ended.
Alongside two film majors, the Ferris State student helped produce ‘Stigmatic,’ a close-to-home film that turns the statistics of addiction into realities.
Counter to Trump’s logic, his decision will harm the world economically, environmentally and diplomatically.
On the bright side, the president’s tour of Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy and Belgium could have been worse.
In partnership with Voices of African Mothers, students from Cornell University Sustainable Design are working to create a self-sustaining school for Ghanaian girls.
Only a historically epic Finals match-up can save this belly-flop of a post-season.
From its early days under infamous bigot Tom Yawkey, to its most recent hate crimes in Fenway Park, Beantown has a tawdry, complicated history with race and sport.
From smart acquisitions to Trubisky-sized missteps, here’s what you need to know from the second-most important weekend in football.
The life and tragic death of the star tight end reads like a darkly ironic Hollywood script.
After nearly dropping out of high school, Nickerson has created a booming catering business that’s landed him a post-grad gig cooking under Neil Perry.
With such an historic regular season, you know the playoffs are going to bring a whole new level of drama.
With an absolutely historic season in the rearview mirror, the MVP race has never been closer.
When it comes to benching superstars, fans think it’s the practice that should be given a rest.
With sweeping cuts to the arts, education and sciences, and increased defense and fossil-fuel funding, Trump appears to be on the warpath.
By graduating high school early, the University of Colorado, Denver, student was able to self-publish her novel ‘And Then There’s You.’
Jackman’s portrayal of Logan/Wolverine is a refreshing, albeit gory, twist on the classic superhero universe.
An in-depth look at the controversy that might result in the biggest political scandal in American history.
The game, along with the people who play it, are changing.
Now that the Super Bowl dust has finally settled, Brady’s claim is clear—he is the greatest to ever play the game.
The UNM freshman balances a lucrative stock portfolio, skateboarding career, start-up business and, oh yeah, school.
How long will it take for the UK to impose a travel ban on the president?
With its reputation circling the drain, superstars prematurely retiring and viewership declining, the league needs a spectacular game just to stay afloat.
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