By Abby Wolfe, Colgate University
Building a small business while balancing student life isn’t easy, but it’s definitely rewarding.
By Miguel Robles, University of Colorado Denver
Does anyone in the league have the roster to take down the super-team Pats? Honestly, probably not.
By Otis Roffman, Beloit College
The rift between comedians and their audiences is nothing new, but the internet is.
By Annie Farrell, James Madison University
Self-discipline can be hard, so why not let technology help?
By Alison McCarthy, University of New Haven
Whether it’s at your summer internship or your first job, one day you’ll have to make an ethically difficult decision. When that time comes, how will you determine what’s right?
By Lauren Clohessy, Northern Illinois University
Even if you think that they’re overplayed, these songs deserve major props.
By Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
Given how critical music is to media, the real question is what took so long?
By Bria Jones, Georgia Southern University
Monthly treats that your inner foodie will thank you for.
By Christina Vazquez, University of Central Florida
The Netflix docuseries follows five Indian girls, born into the ‘untouchable’ cast, who have been admitted into a special school aimed at breaking the cycle of discrimination.
By Keegan Fornoff, Southeast Missouri State University
Whether real or fiction, some of the greatest Hollywood productions have been centered around protagonists with…questionable hobbies.
Warning: This article may cause you to spend hours trying to hack into your old Neopet account.
By Kaitlyn Peterson, UCLA
Because the best feeling is saying ‘I’m over them’ and actually meaning it.
By Eric McInnis, Arcadia University
Last month at Comic-Con, the cable channel revealed the first footage of the soon-to-be-revived ‘Hey Arnold’ and ‘Rocko’s Modern Life,’ and ’90s kids couldn’t be happier.
Whether for their elegant universes or unforgettable characters, each of these books would be perfect as a television series or feature film.
By Cherie Litvin, Binghamton University
Netflix has already begun experimenting with the choose-your-own adventure format for children’s media, but no one is sure how warmly the concept will be received by adult audiences.
By Christine Ascher, USC
Going abroad is fun, but remember to plan for the unexpected, especially when it comes to staying in a stranger’s home.
Be the wind to your own professional sails.
By Tatianna Salisbury, Northern Illinois University
If you’re sick of long-winded comedy specials, give Netflix’s episodic stand-up show a try.
By Christian Zeitler, Carnegie Mellon
Gramatik, Exmag, GriZ and The Floozies all prove, in their own distinct ways, that hip-hop beats and electronic sensibilities belong together.
These apps will help you stay on top of your game all semester long.
By Natalie Washuta, Colgate University
If you’re looking for a list of superficial beach reads, you’ve come to the wrong article.
By Marissa Cortes, Stony Brook University
The hilarious YouTube series, created by former SourceFed host Steven Suptic, is a sharply modern blend of irony, eccentricity and d.i.y. videography.
Traditional books not working out for you? Check out these engaging graphic novels—no prior experience required.
By Patrick Murtha, Eastern Connecticut State University
If you think poorly of pro wrestling but enjoy any of these popular forms of entertainment, you might want to rethink your position on the ring.
Is today’s generation replacing ‘The Real World’ with real-world video bloggers?
Although today’s children may never experience the same kind of movies we did, they’re being introduced to something far more important—the real world.
By Terrica Singletary, Southern New Hampshire University
The hysterical series was more preoccupied with the drama of transitioning to adulthood than with medicine, which is exactly why fans loved it.
By Megan Schnese, University of Alaska, Anchorage
Alaska’s only real city is the chillest summer spot, but come winter, you may find yourself frozen in more ways than one.
By Kayla Kibbe, Connecticut College
Can country music really ‘cross over,’ or is the latest cultural backflip from ‘Cosmo’ just a newfangled version of appropriation?
In her new album, ‘Lust for Life,’ Del Rey takes another step toward becoming the person she wants to sound like.
Led by judges who know what they’re doing, motivations that feel less gimmicky than most and the captivating physicality of its contestants, the NBC series soared in its first season.
The ‘Citizen Kane’ of bad movies, which is the subject of an upcoming James Franco homage, has elevated its mysterious creator to ironic heights.
By Daniel DeAngelo, University of Tampa
Go into these movies having watched the trailers and you’ll find yourself quite confused.
Despite its popularity, the new anonymous messenger app seems to be little more than a new medium for cyberbullying.
By Ben Seidel, St. Olaf College
Who knew Nintendo’s quirky life simulation game could help you deal with impeding student debt?
Though the competition is often maligned for promoting stereotypes, the organization has made positive changes in recent years and remains the largest provider of scholarships for women in the U.S.
If you’ve stayed up until sunrise with a book in your hands, you can probably relate.
By Tori Rubloff, University of Florida
A recent NYU study of Donald’s Trump’s tweets has revealed the key trait in almost all viral content.
Go from being a couch potato to a couch professional, all while making money and enjoying a flexible schedule.
The movie adaptation of Jenny Han’s YA novel will bring substantial Asian-American representation to the big screen for the first time in two decades.
The show’s plot may be a stretch at times, but it does a better job than most at depicting the vicissitudes of high school and college life.
By Kelly Keglovits, UT Austin
No quick fix will ever replace a healthy lifestyle, and any diet that promises otherwise is a bad idea.
The film, though ostensibly a documentary, is moored in the slipperiness of fact and the agency of intuition.
By Abbey Slattery, Northwestern College
It may be unconventional, but letting a series of internet algorithms determine your path in life sure takes a lot of pressure of off you.
By Carli Scalf, Ball State University
The docuseries offers an inside look at two careers that shaped the music industry forever.
By Cady Cohen, University of Central Florida
There’s no shame in being on a budget when it comes to dating. Here are some fun things to do with your significant other while the summer’s still kicking.
When life is crazy, use these six tips to try slowing it down rather than speeding it up.
After decades of failed attempts to adapt a video game into a decent movie, the four-part Netflix series may have finally cracked the code.
While Christopher Nolan’s WWII production is getting rave reviews in the English-speaking world, some groups feel that the film glosses over their historical contributions.
The two shows ostensibly focus on exploring the same quirky demographic, but the HBO program appears wildly more realistic for two key reasons.
By Devon Hodge, Western Washington University
If you live in the PNW and are looking for roller coasters, water parks or themed attractions, here’s where to go.
From ‘Suicide Squad’ to ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ here are the definitive rankings of the last decade’s superhero movies.
Yes, that means keeping your skepticism, concern or unwarranted advice to yourself. We’re all adults here.
Turns out, your musical preferences are almost entirely dictated by whether you’re an ’empathizer’ or a ‘systemizer.’
By August Pritchett, Armstrong State University
Inspiration porn, which objectifies disabled individuals by pitying or praising them, remains one of society’s most cringe-worthy mainstays.
Ngozi Ukazu’s web comic about sexuality, hockey and copious amounts of pie will find itself on bookstore shelves next year.
Though disguised as an action-packed summer blockbuster, the final installment of the simian trilogy is a cerebral exploration of what binds a society together.
Like everything else, veganism exists on a spectrum. Where do you land?
Where other female rappers have broken into the male-dominated world of hip-hop by out-manning their competition, Noname flips the script, delivering soft, dense lines of poetry.
The film manages to show the reality of eating disorders without fetishizing them, all while doing so with a very wry dark humor.
Arena’s second stint as the USMNT coach matches an old wolf with a team of young pups. Will he be able to rescue the U.S. from obscurity?
If you and your SO are separated for the summer, dealing with the distance is hard but definitely doable.
Despite a few hiccups, director Luc Besson used the film, to great success, as little more than an opportunity to showcase a stunningly visual world.
By Danielle Keating, Concordia University
Work it while you work out.
By Grace Hancock, Florida State University
After more than nine seasons, the series has become an institution in the LGBT+ community. If it’s ever going to be mainstream, though, a few things need to change.
There are dozens of reasons why and a variety of ways how, but the important thing is that somehow, in some form, you put pen to paper.
Spidey’s return to the MCU was celebrated by fans everywhere—but is it really a return?
Kamala Khan, a teenager growing up in Jersey City, uses the ordinariness of her life to subvert many of the stereotypes surrounding Islam in America.
By Jordan Coughlin, Rowan University
For a series based on ten seasons of comically bashing terrible movies, the show feels remarkably fresh.
When it comes to sexual stamina, it’s time to stop pressuring men to last longer in bed.
By Brittany Sodic, University of North Texas
If the popularity of K-pop is any indication, it’d probably be a smart move to hop on the K-TV wagon early.
As Facebook and Instagram continue to copy its ideas, the ghostly app has been forced into a state of perpetual-innovation.
After logging its fewest homers ever in 2014, the MLB is now on pace to shatter its home run record this year. Some theorists claim the uptick is no accident.
These are the albums that are (or should be) defining the decade.
The entertainment expo offered trailers and teasers galore, but, as usual, the biggest news was what Disney barely mentioned.
If you’re into wilderness survival, wildlife tracking or first aid, the Wolf Camp and Conservatory College in Puyallup, Washington, may be calling your name.
By Giselle Krachenfels, USC
It turns out that crying on the floor post-breakup is totally explained by science—and now you’ve got a great excuse to eat ice cream.
By Sierra Emilaire, Southern Adventist University
The potential cast for the live-action ‘Aladdin’ has become a source of contention for fans, revealing that racism is a reality beyond the big screen.
If you look deeper into the fun chick flick, its plot holes are undeniable.
Stop settling for $7.25 an hour.
With a serious writer at the helm, and a superb actress as the lead, the future of “Doctor Who” has never looked so exciting.
After ten years, the long-awaited ‘That’s So Raven’ spin-off finally comes to Disney Channel.
From Jay Z to Imagine Dragons, who has your vote for the best summer record?
And what winning his record eighth Wimbledon title means for his legacy.
Damsels in distress make way for leading ladies as Disney moves into a new era of empowerment for young girls.
By Angela Fraser, CUNY Brooklyn
Contrary to popular belief, majoring in Theatre may actually be what lands you a post-grad job.
Going to college means having to do everything by yourself, but when meals get consistently boring, make sure you know a thing or two about mom’s cooking.
A brief look at the vast world of fans and fandom on one of the internet’s top blogging websites.
Since 2011, ‘Dance Moms’ has been the show to watch on Lifetime, but is it time to give the moms and daughters a rest?
The second season of Handler’s talk show on Netflix has been more political than ever, and she’s not apologizing for it.
The adaptation to a 2D side scroller that we never knew we wanted, or just don’t want?
Studying abroad can be one of the best experiences of you life and you don’t only have to do them while you’re in college.
College is a time where you learn what you’re going to do for the rest of your life, but studying multiple things at the same time isn’t going to help you succeed quicker.
By Gaige Davila, UTSA
As you go through college, your relationship with your hometown will change, mostly for the better.
By Kathryn Parker, Fordham University
In recent years, the network has produced numerous critically acclaimed, socially important dramas and comedies.
A nostalgic reflection on a shotgun idea turned bombshell franchise from a proud Slytherin.
By Anne Buzzell, Hillsdale College
If you’re looking for more than a quick beach read this summer, try these.
So your summer collection needs a little sprucing up, but so does your bank account. Here’s how to split the difference.
Whether you’re crushing, heartbroken or head-over-heels, 2017 has provided a variety of songs for all kinds of love. Here are six of the best.
With his boisterous personality and passion for cooking, the famous Scottish chef has become one of the biggest television personalities of this decade.
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