By Riley Heruska, Austin College
As the fight over illegal immigration intensifies, sanctuary schools have become a battleground issue throughout Texas. The question is, will legislators listen to students?
A member of the group Texas 4000, Schasel and 80 others will travel more than 4,000 miles this summer to raise money to fight cancer.
The social stigma of finding romance on your phone decreases every year, and for a good reason—it works.
When it comes to your security, it always pays to over-prepare.
Recent studies show that young people, especially college students, aren’t going to the doctor even when they need to.
Admit it: It’s time to put some more effort into your gift selections.
After working with an organization that trains service dogs, Sewell adopted ten-week-old Rango Star and began raising him from her dorm room.
Kick back, relax and drink some maple syrup with Buddy the Elf.
After emigrating from Israel to study in New York City, Tabak’s distinct vision has made her one of the most talked-about students in the fashion industry.
Though the show’s rabid fanbase would have stacked the odds against any reboot, Netflix’s “Year in the Life” failed to catch.
A large percent of millennials are ending up jobless, with a job unrelated to their degree or living with their parents again; why?
If your relationship has these qualities, then you’re probably with the right person.
YouTube stars armed with nothing more than a GoPro and a backpack have changed the way people, especially millennials, see the world.
You’re busy, busy, busy, but you’re always doing the same things. Here are six inexpensive ways to break the monotony.
Filled with everything from forbidden love to Greek mythology, each of these best sellers hits the spot.
With hardworking employees, endless back-up generators and a little pixie dust, Disney kept me safe during Hurricane Matthew.
Last weekend, while surrounded by the kind of people who enjoy Young Adult Fiction, I realized something about books.
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