By Marissa Cortes, Stony Brook University
The nuances of mental health can be hard to nail in fiction, but these novels do it perfectly.
By Christian Zeitler, Carnegie Mellon
Did your favorite half-man half-asshole make the list?
By Elizabeth Ivanecky, McMaster University
America, don’t repeat the past by ignoring the Columbus debate in the present.
By Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
Annie Clark, indie-rocker extraordinaire, has returned with a new album, a new haircut and a new persona: dominatrix at the mental institution.
By Brandi Loving, St. Mary's University
The idea of a women ejaculating is very real!
By Carli Scalf, Ball State University
It might seem like a fun game, but what does it really mean when we turn a real person into an exaggerated character?
By Kathleen Danielson, Carleton College
The world needs more poetry by unapologetically powerful women.
By Andrew Crossan, University of South Carolina
Many millennials are on Tinder nowadays, whether to land a date or make a friend. Coming off as authentic is crucial and can be done easily.
By Alida Siebken, Radford University
With the current negative police climate in our country, America needs help forming stronger relationships between law enforcement and their communities, but how?
By Joiya Reid, Georgia Southern University
As the first Korean drama to be remade for American television, the show proves that a series can be bigger than its entertainment value.
By Giselle Krachenfels, USC
Hollywood shows a lot of women who can throw a punch, but few have any agency.
By Patrick Murtha, Eastern Connecticut State University
They won’t make the drive any better, but they’ll make it a lot more bearable.
By Camelia Juarez, Texas State University
Can it be…both?
By Alyssa Cook, Ball State University
Netflix may have taken away ‘OTH’, but they will never take away how the show had captured the hearts of fans.
By Benny Diaz III, Southern New Hampshire University
With tracking devices, helmet cams and improved camera mobility, bungled calls may soon be a thing of the past.
By Eliana DuBosar, Florida State University
From the diverse cast to weekly moral lessons, it’s so much more than just a television show.
By Lauren Lambert, Southeastern Louisiana University
Preparation is the key to survival when a tragic moment occurs at a music event.
By Maya Halabi, UTSA
You know, to prevent breaking your thumb scrolling through your library in search of a specific song and whatnot.
By Allie DiGennaro, Emerson College
Men seem to miss the benefits they stand to gain from gender equality.
Spoiler alert: Everyone gets a happy ending.
By Bethany Knickerbocker, Emerson College
How the ever changing genre of true crime helps society.
By Maahfio Otchere, Villanova University
Seventeen older adults commit suicide every day for one hidden reason: The ignorance towards elders with mental illnesses.
By Sydney Jennings, University of Connecticut
While navigating the complex world of online television, consider putting these shows on your map.
The Dutchess has returned at last and, with some bumps in the road, has created work that’s worth a listen.
By Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
The impact of seasonal affective disorder is real: What can be done about it?
Don’t worry, your time will come.
Eating is so much more than a required daily activity.
Keep your cool and try not to break a sweat this fall with these simple wardrobe changes.
By Lizzy Spangler, University of North Texas
Spoiler alert: Slut-shaming and white feminism are NOT on this list.
By Karen Guan, Southern Methodist University
The emergence of multicultural Greek life has proved to be a haven for students of color.
Something that may help you overcome the horror of the movie “IT.”
These are the four rappers who are commonly called out as corny and why people perceive them as so.
The NBC show continues to emotionally connect with its large audience through expert, authentic storytelling in its second season.
Could these cult classics grace the big screen once again?
How can a band with such a spotty track record hold our attention for thirteen years?
These it-girls have taken over the world of fashion so far in 2017.
On October 17, the new NBA season kicks off. After all of the off-season drama and blockbuster moves, the question remains: Can anyone stop Golden State?
By Valeria Garcia, University of Texas at Austin
The latest trend in viewing TV can have both positive and negative affects on you, your studies and your health.
By Megan Bender, Citrus College
The pros and cons of purchasing your caffeine fix from various coffee shops.
By Maggie Medoff, University of Pittsburgh
After the recent release of Destin Daniel Cretton’s film adaptation, viewers and Jeannette Walls fans are struggling to evaluate how the movie compares to the memoir.
The show that used music as a dialogue.
After a forty-year dormancy, vinyl has reemerged as an interest for many millennials, and it’s never too late to hop on the bandwagon yourself.
By Kelly Lambkin, SUNY Cortland
Here are some big dogs that redefine what it means to be ‘man’s best friend’.
What Zadie Smith’s ‘White Teeth’ can teach us about tolerance and terrorism.
2017 has been a great year for skateboarding, and it’s time to count down the top five videos from this year so far.
By Gaige Davila, UTSA
Making friends can almost be as intimidating as dating, so why not take a chance on nonromantic relationships by swiping right?
By Danielle Keating, Concordia University
You gotta understand, bro, that going commando will make you feel in command, yo!
By Natalie Washuta, Colgate University
If you have time between classes and are in the mood for something life-changing, give one of these videos a try.
By Daniel DeAngelo, University of Tampa
The new game’s set up knocks the old one down.
By Abby Wolfe, Colgate University
A review of the book and why after eighteen years it’s still a relevant read.
By Megan Schnese, University of Alaska, Anchorage
If you’re ever feeling super tired and can’t seem to find a cure, then give essential oils a chance.
Everyone knows we’re all just waiting for the robots to rise up and kill us.
By Terrica Singletary, Southern New Hampshire University
With bullying in schools and online getting worse, America might want to turn their eyes to China and consider new methods.
The politics and lessons of XXXTentacion’s abusive behavior—which is by no means exclusive to him—and rash of domestic abuse among young hip-hop artists.
By Angela Fraser, CUNY Brooklyn
The dating mysteries have been explained.
By Eric McInnis, Arcadia University
Venice, Telluride and Toronto have wrapped up their prestigious film festivals, and with that comes a new understanding about what the next Oscars might look like.
Studying in Europe? Take some time off the books and check out some of the food, culture and nightlife that Europe has to offer.
By Ben Seidel, St. Olaf College
From fantasy lands to the racetrack, these anime features are worth exploring for experiencing a different form of storytelling
By Keegan Fornoff, Southeast Missouri State University
Rihanna’s new makeup line has sparked a change in how brands should approach diversity.
By Christina Vazquez, University of Central Florida
New or old, these shows are sure to catch your eye.
By Alison McCarthy, University of New Haven
If you’re pumpkin obsessed like me, here’s a list of flavored products you never knew you needed.
Six years after the tragic death of his best friend Ryan Dunn, Bam Margera is getting sober and teaching himself how to skate again in the process.
By Bria Jones, Georgia Southern University
Four scientific myths that your teachers passed off as true.
By Cherie Litvin, Binghamton University
Here are the most anticipated Y.A. novel-to-movie adaptations.
With Disney’s new streaming service being a part of the dozens of other platforms currently on the market, will people become tired of paying so much money for TV?
Unlike most films, the latest work from Steven Soderbergh undersold and over-delivered.
Making an effort to consume and support media about women of all ages benefits everyone.
By Kelly Keglovits, UT Austin
No more pressing the snooze button—the time to get up and be productive is now.
On her fifth studio release, Zika Rosa Danilova tries to reach great heights, but ultimately cannot fulfill her ambitions.
Just because you’re on the Itty Bitty Titty Committee doesn’t mean you ain’t pretty.
If you’re looking for some new tunes to pair with your late-night study sessions this semester, then check out these twenty songs.
By Dakota Buhler, George Fox University
The show is altering a notably gender-equal competition, and it’s not a good thing.
In their decision to directly reflect reality, creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have broached any entirely new level of terror.
The latest entry in Sega’s classic franchise handed development over to the fans, and the results are convincing.
After a years-long sabbatical, battle-rap legend Aaron Solomon has returned to the scene to prove that he’s still one of the greatest to ever spit.
By Christine Ascher, USC
Most people develop their spending habits while in college, so hopefully you’re establishing some good ones.
By Sierra Emilaire, Southern Adventist University
After the death of frontman Ben Barlow’s dad derailed the British group’s tour, their newest work explores mortality from an intensely personal point of view.
Because at some point in your life, you’re going to need to know this.
By Brittany Sodic, University of North Texas
Racial tensions in America are at their highest, but reading stories of marginalized people is one step toward education and rehabilitation of a nation.
From the incredibly popular to the extremely niche, you’re bound to find what you’re looking for on one of these apps.
The flaws of ‘Bojack Horseman’ and how Season 4 avoids them.
By Kaitlyn Peterson, UCLA
Discoveries like this are always music to the ears and to the soul.
As prejudice continues to be on the rise, everyone should slow down and re-watch some of the amazing films that show audiences the way to come together.
Disney’s recent history of introducing new, diverse characters has produced their first Latina princess.
With all the stereotypes of painting teenage girls as phone-obsessed idiots, Dessen changes that image within her novels.
This food delivery app is offering more options for hungry students in a college town near you.
From “Danny Phantom” to “The Twilight Zone,” here are a few series that need to jump on the reboot/revival craze.
Four historical myths that somehow became a universal truth.
Sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, because she’s taking over the music industry.
By August Pritchett, Armstrong State University
These people make talking about their disabilities seriously entertaining!
By Cady Cohen, University of Central Florida
We’re not quite into the fall season yet, but here are some staple pieces to add to your collection.
The music today cannot compare to the greatness of the songs from the early 2000s.
By Abbey Slattery, Northwestern College
Stephen King’s thirty-year-old story floats on.
Are millennials spending too much time checking their social media accounts and not enough time interacting face-to-face?
Motion picture movies produced today can’t compete with the quality of the DCOMs from the 2000s.
By Devon Hodge, Western Washington University
From Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ to DC’s ‘Justice League,’ a guide to five of the most wildly anticipated superhero films coming out in late 2017 and 2018.
We all know what ghosting is, but stashing is more subtle and may be even worse.
Time Magazine has dubbed the devastating hurricane “the first social media storm.”
The beloved Adult Swim cartoon has become noticeably less interesting.
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