Sophie Hurlock, Xavier University
Five ways to have a FOMO-inducing summer on a budget.
If you’ll be graduating in twelve months and find that thought completely unbelievable, I’m right there with you.
When I was struggling through high school my mom told me these five things repeatedly, and now in college I finally get them.
With summer in sight, self-discipline starts to feel really overrated. Here’s how to end on a high note.
For a philosophy predicated on inclusivity, the message can feel a little one-sided at times.
If your relationship has any of these signs, you should seriously consider getting out of it.
Thienel left behind a scholarship and a career in journalism when she heard the voice of God during a church retreat.
Debating summer school? Ask your wallet what it thinks.
Stuck at home this Spring Break? Here’s what you should do.
After years of being told I was too straight to be gay, and too gay to be straight, I’ve realized that I wasn’t the one confused.
Co-founded alongside Margaret McAndrews, the Moment of Magic Foundation uses college volunteers to bring joy to the lives of children with chronic illnesses.
Outside of the fact that there is an incredibly well-spoken BDSM enthusiast and nuclear physicist who works for the White House.
Being bae-less is a blessing in a disguise.
All too often, women are mistreated their entire lives but have no idea.
Though most of the lyrics were written in the late 70s, they all sound like they’re about Donald Trump.
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