Veronica Kuffel, University of Wisconsin-Madison
You’ve heard of thrifting clothes and furniture, but is secondhand makeup crossing the line?
The global company has a new dieting app for kids, but it could create more problems than it solves.
Will the potential legalization of marijuana put a dent in Wisconsin’s thriving alcohol industry?
How iconic bars like the Gay 90’s have been dragging a stubborn society to a more welcoming future.
The online personality’s transition from YouTube to late-night talk show represents a new era of celebrity.
Will it be a feat of filmmaking or a cat-tastrophe?
Is it a breakthrough for Saudi Arabia, or a compromise to stifle the movement?
The Hong Kong protests sure sound crazy, but they were much crazier in person.
Was a fourth installment of the beloved ‘Toy Story’ franchise really necessary?
Singapore is experiencing an artistic revolution.
The pop sensation-turned-activist embraces the queer community with her new single in support of Pride Month.
‘Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass’ promises a chapbook composed of her signature lyricism. Is that a good thing?
The Jonas Brothers are back with a new outlook on life and a new album that is sure to define the summer of 2019.
The recent bills passed in a handful of Southern states are wildly problematic.
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