Valarie Kiel, Texas State University
It’s not a can of Pepsi, but professor Juan E. Gilbert’s ‘Traffic Stop’ app aims to reduce the likelihood of violence in routine traffic violations.
MIT professor César Hidalgo’s eight-part reality television series, “In My Shoes,” proposes treating academics like pop stars.
At Clemson University, professor Dylan Dittrich-Reed uses an unlikely motivational technique that may or may not involve tattoos.
From drunkenly dealing with rompers to mastering the art of the girls night in, here’s what every college girl needs to know.
Life away from home is easier when you have a big part of home with you.
There’s never a good time to lose the people who raised you, but college can make coping even more difficult.
Being responsible only for yourself is both a pro and con.
You’re already paying for them, anyway.
If you’re tired of Hollywood’s white-washing, here is a list of romance flicks that celebrate diverse casts.
Apurv Suman, Aaron Shim (pictured) and Timur Guler are the creators of BoolaBooks, an app designed to make selling and buying course materials easier than ever.
Live video-streaming seems to be at the root of a millennial-suicide epidemic.
Despite the stigma associated with alone time, a little break from reality can have a multitude of benefits.
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