Otis Roffman, Beloit College
Warren, a gay man and aspiring Methodist pastor, is attempting to reconcile his sexuality to his faith and his faith to the world.
Racial issues can’t be solved if people don’t understand them.
Reversing DACA means exposing 800,000 young people to deportation, and the president himself may not fully understand the extent of his act
Boost Linguistics, co-founded by Ethan Bresnahan, seeks to optimize human communication to prevent misinterpretation.
One side wants to murder everyone; the other wants to stop them.
The lesser-known mystery series is one of the best in the genre it claims.
The rift between comedians and their audiences is nothing new, but the internet is.
Whether for their elegant universes or unforgettable characters, each of these books would be perfect as a television series or feature film.
The MassArt student and founder of the Green Arts Network brings Boston-area artists together to spur conservation-oriented change.
With a serious writer at the helm, and a superb actress as the lead, the future of “Doctor Who” has never looked so exciting.
The far right’s favorite insult is a reflection of what scares them most.
Loving your animals is best thing you can do for them, but saving them from being slaughtered is a close second.
Satvik Sethi, a sophomore at SUNY Binghamton, is working to create a community of friends for those suffering with mental illness.
Young adult books have been a disappointing echo chamber since ‘The Hunger Games,’ mostly because authors are underestimating their readers.
If meme culture reflects the emotional zeitgeist of the internet, then the rise in self-lacerating, nihilistic content could be a funny symptom of a serious problem.
Eyes won’t shut? Open your ears to Drew Ackerman’s ‘Sleep with Me.’
If you liked ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ you’ll find many of the same themes, with a few crucial twists, in her 2003 novel.
Peter Capaldi’s incarnation of the famous character is special precisely because he is unlike any of his predecessors.
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