By Sarah Lynch, Marist College
Because who really has time to find the perfect outfit by themselves?
By Kerrianna Wallace, Arcadia University
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author’s essay on childhood rape, mental illness and suicide opens up the conversation on male sexual assault.
By Vanessa Le, Chabot College
Read, write, listen to podcasts, repeat.
By Erin Marie Winans, James Madison University
Another day, another scandal.
By Megan Batt, SUNY Cortland
How a group of Feminist artists are fighting the Trump administration with phone booth graffiti.
By Plamedie Ifasso, Texas Woman’s University
No matter how much you may love your friends, sometimes they fall for the most annoying people.
By Sam Kasierski, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Just don’t smoke so much that you forget about these great options.
By Julian Randall, Texas Tech University
These big names in fashion are contributing to expanding the representation of the African American community in the industry.
By Taylor Miller, SUNY Cortland
With her new album ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ Cardi B is breaking records and rising to the top of the rap scene — and she’s just getting started.
By Grace John, Rutgers University
You can’t even fall asleep anymore without hearing the iconic, drawn-out ‘daddy’ running through your head.
By Ellyot Chen, Pasadena City College
If you feel a sharp piercing sensation during urination but nothing comes out, skip the self-diagnosing on WebMD and immediately visit your doctor.
By Jake Deven, The University of Texas at El Paso
Pop music is cool and all, but nothing inspires good music like two public, heartbreaking relationships.
By Abraham Ramirez, University of California, Los Angeles
The word addiction is most commonly linked to drugs or alcohol, but there’s another dangerous addiction that is less treated and less known: porn addiction.
By Ana Greening, Texas State University
Here are some music selections that motivate and inspire.
Phantom vibrations and mysterious phone rings haunt a generation of technology consumers.
By Gillian Farnan, SUNY Cortland
Cardi B’s newest album, ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ was well worth the anticipation, hype and wait — all put together. She’s killing the game.
By Kayla Platoff, Maryville University
It’s time to throw this word out with the trash.
Please love yourself and stop eating the same leftover meal every day in the name of ‘meal prep.’
By Sam Thoma, Wisconsin Lutheran College
Ohtani is already making waves in his first month of MLB action, but what is his true potential?
By Haley Newlin, Southern New Hampshire University
Will the old Iggy Azalea please come back to the stage?
By Brittany Sims, Temple University
The Ottawa-born star and his ‘Kidney Beans’ address thorny, important issues like love, gender roles, depression, anxiety attacks and mental health.
By Audrey Bowers, Ball State University
Expect your ears to be blown away.
By Andria Modica, Drexel University
Philadelphia isn’t just philly cheesesteaks and soft pretzels.
You’re addicted, and you need help.
By Hollis Reddington, University of Alaska Anchorage
White, who espouses a seemingly contradictory mix of conservative and liberal ideology, is opening up important dialogues in today’s fractured political environment.
How an industry selling addictive cookies is booming while relying on the salesmanship of young girls across the country.
By Tabitha Prisinzano, Columbia College of Missouri
The promotion of pseudoscience in the vlogosphere is contributing to a culture of hate on YouTube.
By Isabelle Mencia, University of Florida
Against the lucrative offer of special prices for students, the question remains whether the new iPad will make a technological difference.
By Michaela Sickles, Suffolk University
Your 20s, especially your time at college, are for jumping out of your comfort zone, trying new things and exploring new cities.
Successful entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk takes to social media to empower college students and young adults.
By Katie Lommen, Saint Louis University
The new Google Play app update is making the search for shows on streaming sites easier than ever before.
By Kayla Lichtman, Middlebury College
Despite increasingly proving their worth, women still face many obstacles on their path toward equal recognition and treatment in the workforce.
By Emilie Romero, University of Nevada
After years of financial struggles, Kali Uchis has finally found success in the music industry.
By Elise Bortz, New York University
Despite what you’ve seen in the movies, New York is a terrible place to find love.
By Diego Galicia, Valencia College
Some albums just have to be listened to from start to finish.
By Sarah Hoenig, Texas A&M University
You probably read these classic literature novels in high school, but your adult experiences will give them a whole new meaning.
By Kayla Morosco, Chatham University
Recent school shootings have rekindled the conversation about gun control, but supporters seem to forget their propositions’ impacts on mentally ill people.
By Erin Alexander, Middle Tennessee State University
The Facebook CEO used the response ‘I’ll have someone on my team get back to you’ so many times that Twitter users created a drinking game out of it.
By Daniel Reed
The eCommerce platform is built to work smoothly with WordPress, making it a go-to option for many burgeoning entrepreneurs.
These videos will make any frown turn upside down.
Being stopped by a police officer is definitely not a great way to end the day, especially if it’s just for broken taillights.
By Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
Looking to hunker down and focus on studying for finals? These five soundtracks will get you through the grind.
‘Harry Potter’ fans are learning that J.K. Rowling isn’t as progressive as she would like them to think.
Not all depression includes curling up in a blanket burrito.
By Rakshya Devkota, Saint Louis University
Thanks to LGBTQ+ musicians like Hayley Kiyoko, is the world moving towards a Golden Age of queer women in mainstream pop music?
By Selena Lundy, Grand Valley State University
While trying to navigate through the ups and downs of life, it’s always nice to have some words of wisdom in your back pocket.
By Emily Craig, University of North Alabama
Puth’s promotional singles hint at a more mature, yet promising sophomore debut.
Almost unrecognizable, Aguilera goes makeup-free on the cover of Paper Magazine to talk about female empowerment and self-love.
Generally considered one of the most talented artists of all time, Judy Garland led a life filled with both successes and tragedies.
Dogsledding isn’t quite as romantic as ‘Balto’ would lead you to believe.
On ‘It’s Gonna Be May’ day, April 30, the former band will reunite for this tremendous honor.
The recent shutdown of 123Movies has dealt a major loss to pirate sites, but it is no guarantee that copyrighted contents will be protected from now on.
These rules are not meant to be broken, so don’t be the person that everyone is secretly annoyed by.
Native Americans are trying to prove that their languages are alive and thriving.
Data violation reacts only.
No panties, no problem.
Turns out they’re not same thing.
By Kate Maxwell, NC State University
Who says video games can’t save the world?
In honor of National Poetry Month, here are five poets who deserve your recognition whether you usually read poetry or not.
By Michele Mendez, Temple University
‘Burn the Stage’ shows the good, the bad and the ugly of the K-pop industry.
Knowing their backstory makes these iconic images a million times more funny.
The app/game that’s pushing players to tears with its beautiful visuals, music and story.
Social media culture blurs ethical lines between what is self-sacrificing and what is self-serving.
With its innovative payout system and top-of-the-line game offerings, Cleopatra casino stands head and shoulders above its competitors.
In hopes to revitalize the series, ‘God of War’ creators are taking risks that have never been taken.
By Kaitlyn Peterson, UCLA
On the heels of his first album release, Ng speculates what the future holds for his haunting, atmospheric sound.
By Briana Perez, University of Texas at San Antonio
They’re ugly on the outside and the inside.
The 2018 MLB season is about to begin. Here are this year’s most promising teams and also those who seem doomed to fail this year.
By Dominique Bander, Loyola University Maryland
What is it, who is it and what does it mean for college students?
Unfortunately, most products you saw on Twitter on April Fools Day probably aren’t real.
By Onaje McDowelle, University of Texas at Austin
You: it’s a match made in heaven. Me, an intellectual: actually, it’s a match made in ‘My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.’
By Sarah Marchan, University of Texas at San Antonio
Let’s map out how exactly the genre of emo rap came to be.
Celebrating the groundbreaking work of the poet and musician Gil Scott-Heron, whose writing changed the world forever.
By Bonnie Wong, University of Southern California
With red quinoa, cilantro and red onion in the mix, you’ll never guess you’re eating healthy when you dive into this veggie collaboration.
One year after the release of ‘American Dream,’ Khalid’s influence has changed his adopted hometown.
By Andrew Crossan, University of South Carolina
As a gay man, passing as straight can be a humbling, invalidating and maddening reality check that can sometimes feel like a relief.
With their interactive opportunities and picture–perfect moments, pop-up museums have become more than a trend for millennials.
Words by Elise Bortz, New York University.
The Parkland shooting survivors’ activism is just the latest in a long, proud tradition of student protest in the U.S.
It doesn’t what size you are, as long as you are confident AF. Arcadio Del Valle is a plus-sized model making his way through fashion with this philosophy.
Here are some worth-while reads if ‘Love, Simon’ has left you craving more LGBTQ representation.
By Natalya Pomeroy, University of Houston
Despite the harassment from administration personnel, transgender teachers make their classrooms a safe place for students.
By Jonathan Christian, Northwest Vista College
The former LSUS student’s strange story is a saddening look into the dark side of Internet fame.
The Good Vibrations Music & Arts festival is an all day event that will bring together hearing and non-hearing festival goers in an unprecedented event.
By Adriana Luna, Northwest Vista College
As the madness reaches an astounding conclusion, here are some predictions on who will come out on top.
From 2006 to today, Taylor Swift had a huge music evolution changing her style with every album.
Pop star Taylor Swift’s music video for her new song has received criticism amid accusations that she stole video concepts from a Kenzo perfume ad.
The new YouTube Red series allows Asian representation to extend into mainstream media.
By Alex Johnson, New York University
Because it’s incredibly believable that the Parkland survivor would rip up the Constitution.
Music festivals are all fun and games until you realize you forgot your sunscreen.
Social media has taken one of the least productive components of human interaction — being petty — and elevated it into an art form.
By Samantha Jorgens, Central Michigan University
Many brackets are busted due to the many surprising upsets this year.
Vogue’s recent interview with Kendall Jenner has shone a light on how forcefully confronting or assuming someone’s sexuality isn’t Gucci. Ever.
By Gabriella Evans, Northern Arizona University
As long as we still have the ‘missed connections’ page, Craigslist romance will live on.
What is ‘Fortnite,’ where did it come from, and how is it so popular?
In a whirlwind of upsets and buzzer-beaters, March Madness kicked off in full swing in its first weekend.
The line-up of shows this Broadway season is better than ever, for one particular reason.
Travel and daily interactions with people inspire this Boston University student’s music.
Piercing your love right into your finger may look cool, but it comes with some serious risks.
You might just be starting out, but you still deserve professionalism when it comes to the workplace.
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