By Uwana Ikaiddi, University of Central Florida
Bass, a student at Chapman College and director of ‘Black Magic,’ is looking at racism through a different lens.
That’s right—a Cartoon Network show is setting the pace for intersectional representation.
One of the most common mistakes students make is thinking that there is only way to study for every kind of class.
Nascent pop star and Stanford undergrad Taylor Grey talks fame and finals with Uwana Ikaiddi.
We may not be able to solve the ‘need experience to get experience’ Catch-22, but at least it’s a start.
Seven different YouTube channels that finesse some learning into your bingeing marathons.
Hsu, a Public Health major at UC Berkeley and Spoon University pioneer, talks the shifting student palate.
Thanks to the program, millions of diverse young people have a shared cultural experience.
The film plays on traditional race-based fears, but adds a distinctly modern twist.
Without viewers even noticing, the show seamlessly blended racial, religious and socioeconomic differences into the characters of P.S. 118.
Finally, a language requirement that might actually come in handy.
The java-loving Northeastern University student has perfected the art of making convenient caffeine you can eat. Why didn’t we think of this?
Though overlooked at the series’ initial release, Violet’s role as a strong, nuanced protagonist is finally garnering the recognition it deserves.
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