By Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
Through her latest ensemble of pop and electronic beats mixed with naturistic instrumentals, Björk shows reinvention does not have to be derivative.
By Christian Zeitler, Carnegie Mellon
The mockumentary “American Vandal” has received high praise from viewers and it’s most definitely worth watching at least the pilot of the series.
By Brandi Loving, St. Mary's University
There have been a few white rappers to come before him, but Post Malone has created a persona for himself as being versatile across a large demographic.
By Benny Diaz III, Southern New Hampshire University
With the 90th Academy Awards ceremony just around the corner, here are a few Oscar maybes that might have flown under your radar.
By Haileigh Galloway, Indian River State College
It may be hard at times to believe an alleged victim of sexual harassment, so here are some tips to know when considering both sides of the story.
By Maahfio Otchere, Villanova University
Angie Thomas’ vivid novel follows the coming-of-age stories of teens living in two different communities facing racial conflicts.
By Andrew Crossan, University of South Carolina
Man buns have been out of style for some time now, but don’t cut your hair quite yet. There’s always room for a low pony, bleached mane and much more.
By Alida Siebken, Radford University
Do you live off campus and own at least something? Then you should be paying the tiny bit of extra cash to protect all your stuff.
By Kelly Lambkin, SUNY Cortland
If your sweetheart’s texting habits are making you salty, your relationship might be suffering from ‘slow response’ syndrome.
By Bethany Knickerbocker, Emerson College
Do’s and don’ts for when the most important person in your life is facing death.
By Lizzy Spangler, University of North Texas
Unfortunately, STIs are a common mistake in college, and the first thing you’ll want to do is avoid the urge to break down and freak out.
By Devin Hendricks, Woodbury University
Lil Peep was struggling with drugs for quite some time, and perhaps people will aim to change the narrative of drug abuse in the music industry.
By Patrick Murtha, Eastern Connecticut State University
Here are eight skaters who absolutely killed it in 2017 and are top contenders for Thrasher Magazine’s Skater of The Year award.
By Angela Herbst, Lakeland University
Each of the following literary magazines will offer you much help and many opportunities.
By Karen Guan, Southern Methodist University
In the past few years, feminism has become more prominent in the U.S., but corporations have been reducing the ideology to a mere fashion statement.
By Kathleen Danielson, Carleton College
Why pay to watch TV shows when you have free YouTube web series?
By Marissa Cortes, Stony Brook University
The trailer of the next big Avengers movie is just over two minutes long and here’s what every second of it means.
By Eliana DuBosar, Florida State University
These television shows not only provide entertainment but also some inspiration and lessons every aspiring writer can learn from.
By Giselle Krachenfels, USC
Here’s everything we know about the upcoming season of Hulu’s critically acclaimed adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel, “Handmaid’s Tale.”
By Maya Halabi, UTSA
Morrissey is still making music? Damn right he is!
You don’t want to be that gift giver who kills the Christmas spirit, so here are some gifts you’ll want to avoid giving to your significant other.
Whether it’s long or short-form writing, these seasoned authors have the tips and tricks you need to know to improve your writing.
By Megan Bender, Citrus College
Twitter’s new 280-character limit is all fun and games until the president starts to use it for his rants, insults and misuse of classified information.
Leave it to white privilege to find three jokes in ‘Get Out’ and call it a comedy.
And it’s fine if you mess up your hair this time!
By Alyssa Cook, Ball State University
You better not pout, you better not cry, you better stay away from these movies and I’m telling you why: they’re terrible and a waste of time.
By Camelia Juarez, Texas State University
Being a Catholic and a feminist is tough, but you should never let the two opposing sides make you feel as though you have to choose one over the other.
By Valeria Garcia, University of Texas at Austin
Now more than ever, men need to reexamine the ways they treat women. Isn’t that what chivalry has always preached?
By Carli Scalf, Ball State University
By spotlighting the friction between self and family, Greta Gerwig’s bittersweet coming-of-age story makes adolescent angst feel novel.
With actor Affleck’s turn as the Caped Crusader rumored to be ending, here’s a breakdown of the top three contenders for his replacement: Jake Gyllenhaal, Matthew Goode and Michael Fassbender.
Your mental health is more important than your studies, so here are a few tips on how to make your own self-care kit for the day’s you’re feeling down.
If any of its tropes have finally started to wear thin (two complete opposites discovering they complete each other??), check out one of these slightly less traditional spins on the rom-com genre.
I promise that this list isn’t just every version of ‘Naruto.’
The show might have finished its final season, but Mindy Lahiri’s Hulu masterpiece has broken the romantic-comedy mold for good.
No, it is not too early for you; and no, it is not because you are growing older everyday that you need to start this list.
By Joiya Reid, Georgia Southern University
Admit it, you have experienced at least one of these symptoms after that season of Game of Thrones.
Sexual dysfunction among females happens more often than would assume.
If everything goes as planned, these thrilling sci-fi tales will be coming to a theater near you.
The brand is brolic.
By Sydney Jennings, University of Connecticut
Is your wish list ready for the gifting season?
Here are some musical groups who had found their success after hitting it off on-campus.
Macro-counting vs. intuitive eating: Which one will win in the battle for your diet?
Even fourteen seasons into the series, audiences everywhere are still on edge.
Yes! You’re officially allowed to listen to Christmas music now.
Season two of the favorite 1980s nostalgic getaway, “Stranger Things,” gave Netflix audiences some pretty bitchin’ characters.
With so many people revolutionizing their own pronoun and gender identity, will the constant changes hinder more than they help?
Blu rejoins his old producing partner Exile to release his new album “In The Beginning: Before The Heavens.”
By Cheryl Sutton, Purdue University
Out of all of the Thor movies, the latest installation ‘Ragnarok’ was by far the best out of the series, and it’s not for the reason you would expect.
On “Reputation,” Swift’s signature songwriting is more guarded and generic, but promises greater things to come through transformation.
By Lauren Lambert, Southeastern Louisiana University
If you follow these five tips, your Turkey Day celebration will leave you, the bird and your wallet all stuffed beyond recognition.
Is dating in college doable or is it a distraction?
College students have an opportunity to put down their hefty novels and pick up picture books to read to preschoolers through Jumpstart.
Amazon’s e-book reading program lets Kindle readers browse over a million titles for only $9.99/month, but is the service right for you?
Considering the number of injuries to team passers this season, is it just ‘bad luck’ or is it becoming tougher to protect quarterbacks in today’s NFL?
By Elizabeth Ivanecky, McMaster University
It’s time for young women everywhere to embrace and celebrate their periods instead of focusing on the “bloody crampy” bits.
You both love dogs, eating ice cream and watching Game of Thrones. It’s all wonderful, but what about when the dating turns to politics?
If you could return to any time period, what would it be? But before answering that question, consider these stipulations that come with each era.
A Chinese art museum from the modern civilized era views primitive life as animalistic, and what people can learn from the collection.
Why is this the first time someone let Thor be funny?
You may be sore afterwards, but the endurance boost from these sports will be worth the pain.
Selena Gomez was just named Billboard’s 2017 Woman of the Year, but who is actually surprised?
You can prevent animals’ mistreatment and wear clothes ethically with these suggestions.
Your day could be a lot different without the thirty-minute snooze at mid-day.
What do you get when you take a nerdy, Harvard-educated musician and try to put him in the public eye as a rockstar? Pacific Daydream.
By Allie DiGennaro, Emerson College
The last thing you need is to be stressed while planning to travel, so here are sixteen tips and tricks to make your preparation seem effortless.
No one did it like Keith Haring, and no one’s doing it like Tatyana Fazlalizade.
Next time you’re taking a study break, check out these interesting TV shows.
From Demodogs to brand new bromances, season two of “Stranger Things” has got it all.
How the Danish concept of ‘hygge’ can help college students survive the winter.
Planning holiday gifts for your friends can be hard when you’re a broke college student, so here’s some DIY gifts instead.
NaNoWriMo has arrived and that means writers everywhere are gearing up for the month-long writing marathon.
It’s not pretty.
Four books that should be on high school reading lists.
Have you ever wondered why some things are best expressed in song?
The origin of the hashtag that sparked a social media uprising.
When the show you love is no longer the show you fell in love with.
As unpopular as some of her actions may have been over the years, there’s a lot to learn from Miley Cyrus.
Because who doesn’t want to take a trip to a dystopian future where teenagers are forced to fight to the death? May the odds be ever in your favor.
A Canadian poet with a massive Instagram following published his first book, “Love Her Wild.”
With plenty of jams to spare, music is the only positive thing that 2017 has going for it.
These four songs showcase collaborations between successful electronic artists and rappers that perfectly combine the strengths of the two genres.
The brand is back, but one question remains: Is it still the same as before?
Memes, jokes and many other seemingly harmless actions we engage in may have turned into a form of bullying without us knowing.
Five ways to commit to the writing challenge amid classes and approaching finals.
NaNoWriMo is a month of deadlines and challenges.
Keep up with the bold, the classic and the ever-changing trends of fall.
These artists are redefining queer music.
Why young women should not be afraid of being tough and having a strong personality.
A malevolent clown, a depraved bastard and a troubled boy: Are one of these actors sinister enough to channel the Clown Prince of Crime?
We all strive to have the healthiest looking hair, and these products make it possible.
Being aware of what you post on social media can make or break your chances of finding a job in the future.
Goddess parties are the new functions in which women’s empowerment is celebrated.
With sexual violence crimes continuing to rise across the nation, we need to do something to prevent the tragedies striking today’s young women.
There’s black music worth listening to that happened waaay before Childish Gambino.
Watching movies and television in a projected format can boost your entertainment experience.
These costumes are guaranteed to make you and your squad the life of the party.
From Treat Yo’ Self Day to Lil’ Sebastian, “Parks and Recreation” is the heartwarmingly funny show that rises above the rest.
Marshall’s third full-length release shows another young, once-in-a-generation talent for production, songwriting and artistry.
With all the recent hype of King’s work being adapted into film and television, it’s time to take a look at some of his not-so-scary work.
Is censorship in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting helping?
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