Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
These six films might make it big during next year’s awards season.
My parents love me deeply, but coming out to them was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do.
The Stanford senior is on her campaign to re-think how Girl Scout cookies are made.
Facebook and other such social media have been hailed as powerful tools for community building, but what are their limitations?
The famed Canadian psychologist is a veritable academic rock star, but does he really have any idea what he’s talking about?
Looking to hunker down and focus on studying for finals? These five soundtracks will get you through the grind.
A conversation with Iman Siddiqi, the UC, Irvine, student behind the first student-funded refugee scholarship in the country.
‘Love, Simon’ is being hailed for its ‘revolutionary normalcy,’ but is appearing ‘normal’ all queer people can hope for on the silver screen?
Is gay pride failing the queer community?
With #MeToo going on, try out these three brilliant works of art to better understand our current sexual, feminist moment.
Nursing a hangover after spring break? These new Netflix releases will be the perfect distraction from your cracked phone and missing wallet.
Bitter and alone? These five books might help ease the pain.
Pratt Institute senior Casiano Hamer, the director of the gritty but cinematographically stunning short film ‘STUD’, has his eyes set on gold when it comes to making movies.
A conversation with Harvard’s Amanda Gorman, America’s first youth poet laureate.
The awards are just around the corner, so let’s get into which films will make the Best Picture Nominees for the Academy Awards.
Yale senior Lauren LaMonica is combining her love for public health with her passion for fostering class equity for first-generation and lower-income students.
What having a speech impediment can teach you about language, communication and self-esteem.
These seven writers are capturing the Asian American experience in new and exciting ways through literary fiction and poetry alike.
Can’t get a text back, ever? Here’s how to deal.
Why the Asian American community needs to deal with its anti-blackness ideals.
PC culture might be able to save us from the alt-right and their Nazi leaders, and it’s time for college campuses to put their foot down.
As a result of their own struggles with racism, Asian Americans have exhibited a history of complicity in the oppression of black bodies.
After creating “Caged Bird Magazine” last year Howard University’s Alexa Lisitza discusses her new feminist publication, “The Intersectionalist.”
The Indian army has systematically carried out the disappearances of over eight thousand Kashmiris. Where are the bodies?
Why we should all be terrified of the rise of the European far right.
The Nobel Prize and the history of modern literature.
University of Wisconsin-Madison student Eneale Pickett is fighting systemic oppression one shirt at a time.
The impact of seasonal affective disorder is real: What can be done about it?
What Zadie Smith’s ‘White Teeth’ can teach us about tolerance and terrorism.
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