Sarah Stager, University of Pittsburgh
Daily strolls are holistic therapy in the midst of COVID-19.
The legendary author identified the pain all around us, but still found reasons to be optimistic about the human spirit.
The famous YouTuber has stirred up his fair share of controversy, but how much of the ire directed his way is really because of corporate resentment for independent creators?
The app can help you memorize phrases, but you probably won’t be able to carry a conversation with a native speaker.
A return to normalcy in the face of quarantine and COVID-19 won’t necessarily be quick, but careful planning and working together can expedite the process.
Now more than ever, those studying literature, philosophy and similar subjects are having to work longer and longer hours just to get by.
When there’s nothing better to do, journaling could be the perfect way to pass time and release your inner anxieties.
In a time when it seems impossible to stay sane because self-isolation, music is one of the best things to help us through.
Although immensely popular, a few shows seem to conflate romance and abuse.
In a time where climate change is pressing our generation, should universities get rid of their investments in oil, gas and coal?
Classes are going remote nationwide. Who knew staying home for school would be harder than going to campus?
The social media influencer’s back with another grift — this one ostensibly teaching his followers how to become entrepreneurs.
Local, alternate forms of cash can help bring communities together in the face of economic disparity.
Even though the service has been pushed out of the limelight by Spotify for the time being, the platform’s versatility allows users to find plenty of hidden gems.
The author who can do it all is telling the stories of humanity — and rating each of them on a five-star scale.
It might helpful in the short term, but there might be some problems over the long run.
Even with a new sound, the Irish musician continues to use poetic lyrics and a masterful blending of rock, pop and electronic music to connect with audiences.
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