Rachael Seamands, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
From Will Ferrel singing at USC to Betsy DeVos being booed at Bethune-Cookman, here are six stand-out speeches from this season’s graduation ceremonies.
In a few decades, high school students will be reading these novels right alongside ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘The Scarlet Letter.’
Led by the efforts of Guzman, the school’s first Latina, differently abled president, the duo have an ambitious agenda set for the university.
And you debate going to your 8 a.m.
And why I came back.
The plan, dubbed the Excelsior Scholarship, is ambitious but imperfect. Here are its biggest drawbacks.
By wearing the same outfit for 30 days, students bring awareness to the lack self-agency that victims of sexual exploitation face.
The program, which grants legal immunity when reporting medical emergencies caused by alcohol or drug use, is almost unknown to many students.
Glantz and co-founder Aidan Folbe are the creators of GiftAMeal, an app that donates to food banks every time you go out to eat.
America has always been proud, but its presidents have usually been humble. What will change under a narcissistic commander in chief?
In the studio’s newest live-action remake, Disney proves that even though the details change, the underlying message doesn’t.
It might be pretty early, but it’s definitely worth it.
Four romantic staples that modern technology has put six feet under.
This Bowling Green State University student created a sports program that aims for inclusion and social action.
Continually associating the two may actually make things worse.
Not all of you are ready for the mushy-gushy love of Valentine’s Day, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend the evening crying over Ben & Jerry’s.
Instead of gaining and losing weight on crash diets, the key to your dream body may be self-awareness.
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