By Sarah Hoenig, Texas A&M University
Laptop stickers can reveal personality traits and interests that may spark a bond between any college student who takes notice.
By Rebecca Crosby, Trinity College
A small school in Vermont raised a Black Lives Matter flag for the Black History Month, sending a message that the rest of the country should follow.
By Haley Newlin, Southern New Hampshire University
With Black History Month, even if you are not of the black community, it is still important to recognize its significance and your role in the celebration.
By Plamedie Ifasso, Texas Woman’s University
YouTuber Orly Sharpio has more than 50,000 subscribers to whom she offers college advice, shares her beauty routine and vlogs her life experiences.
By Joiya Reid, Georgia Southern University
Spring break is known for parties and booze, but when drinking isn’t an option, this easy recipe for virgin margaritas may be just what you need.
By Daniel Reed
From the Magnavox Odyssey in 1972 to the advent of virtual reality games, the infographic lays out the entire 46-year history of the game industry.
By Tabitha Prisinzano, Columbia College of Missouri
Between classes, Hossain manages to make waves in the underground Bengali metal scene as a booking agent.
By Michele Mendez, Temple University
K-Pop fans from around the world are excited to witness Exo and CL perform live at the close of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
By Emilie Romero, University of Nevada
Did your night out drinking with your friends end up with you waking up with a raging hangover and a bunch of embarrassing drunk texts? You need this.
By Erin Alexander, Middle Tennessee State University
The singer’s husky, tonally curious version of the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ left audiences laughing, gawking and fuming all at once.
By Erin Marie Winans, James Madison University
Many people sport jewelry on their earlobes, but how many of these popular piercings do you have?
By Jade Hookham, UC San Diego
By coming out to the public as a gay artist, Holland head-butts the restrictive social conventions of Korea regarding homosexuality to send a message of hope and acceptance.
By Liam Ainslie Mayo, Bard College
A white actress was cast in a traditionally black role in a school musical, sparking debate between ‘color-blind’ and ‘color-conscious’ casting.
By Diego Galicia, Valencia College
People need more diverse backgrounds in superhero movies to represent their own identities on the big screen.
By Elise Bortz, New York University
Behind the curtain of the Fashion Week is a scene opposite to its extravaganza: malnutrition, overwork and abuse of models.
By Gabriella Evans, Northern Arizona University
In the wake of the sexual harassment allegations shaking the country, the highest individual honor for chefs will now take their personal behavior into consideration.
With these four tips, it won’t be long till you’re walking out of a casino with a backpack full of cash.
By Catherine Gregoire, University of Texas at Austin
It’s always been your dream to drown in books, right?
Zachary Donohue and Madison Hubbell are either very committed to their craft or stumbled upon an uber convenient way to call things off.
By Michaela Sickles, Suffolk University
With movies like ‘The Hunger Games’, ‘Divergent’ and ‘The Maze Runner’ doing so well in recent years, young adult novels have become a huge hit.
By Sema’Jay Hall, San Francisco State University
These celebrity organizations deserve nothing less than public acknowledgement for their silent contribution to the community.
By Vanessa Le, Chabot College
If you’re tired of ordering greasy take-out and cooking sodium-rich microwave dishes, these Asian-inspired meals for college students are perfect for you.
By Bonnie Wong, University of Southern California
Depression jokes have become the new social media trend, leaving many users falsely convinced that they have a mental illness.
By Audrey Bowers, Ball State University
Reading African-American literature is a great way to celebrate Black History Month, but learning about black history shouldn’t end when March arrives.
By Xavier Austin Reyna, University of Texas at San Antonio
All of these NBA teams have the potential to take it all, but each come with their own sets of strengths and weaknesses.
By Rakshya Devkota, Saint Louis University
Sometimes all the stress that comes with being a college student can make it hard to relax, but as always, there’s an app for that.
By Onaje McDowelle, University of Texas at Austin
If you’ve noticed some funny business going on with your Instagram feed, you aren’t alone.
By Ellyot Chen, Pasadena City College
To add a successful accessory to your look, it’s important to know the intricacies of ear piercing preparation and care.
By Valeria Garcia, University of Texas at Austin
They are timeless, exciting and work magic on hooking children to the habit of reading.
By Nola Hynes Brody, University of Houston-Victoria
Managers and employers are finding that millennials lack a clear understanding of what constitutes professionalism.
By Cason Ragland, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Since the ’60s, many college students have embraced their ingenuity to develop video games that are extraordinarily unique.
By Taylor Miller, SUNY Cortland
Every Friday and Saturday for the entire month, movie lovers can head to the Studio Grill in Chatham to watch some of the many films in the festival.
By Isabelle Mencia, University of Florida
The 2000s were blessed with iconic pop punk bands that bring you not only nostalgia, but excitement in every playback.
By Kayla Morosco, Chatham University
The complexity of sexuality does not stop at LGBTQ+.
By Alex Johnson, New York University
In response to the broader #MeToo movement and its ‘Shitty Media Men’ list, senior Elizabeth Dunn leaded the names of 30 ‘men to avoid.’
Astrology is more than just a zodiac sign, and a natal birth chart explains how each planet relates to you.
By Kate Maxwell, NC State University
By choosing to remain silent and social media free, Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy sent a powerful feminist message about reproductive choice and autonomy.
By Jonathan Christian, Northwest Vista College
Released three days before his death, J Dilla’s album ‘Donuts’ is a timeless ode to life.
By Cleo-Symone Scott, Virginia Commonwealth University
From Kylie Jenner to George Clooney, the obsession with celebrity pregnancy photos is causing unhealthy stress for these famous parents.
By Natalya Pomeroy, University of Houston
Mental health advice is now more accessible with Talkspace, which is a therapy service on your phone.
By Jovana Vajagic, DePaul University
After years of judgment, one video made me cry and hope for the Kardashian/Jenner’s success.
By Kerrianna Wallace, Arcadia University
How the McElroy brothers in their podcast and show, ‘My Brother, My Brother and Me,’ keep themselves open-minded, apologetic and hilariously unproblematic.
By Sarah Lynch, Marist College
The oft-ridiculed ‘lifestyle brand’ movement has a lot of overlooked merits.
By Shashank Rao, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Bitter and alone? These five books might help ease the pain.
College can be a stressful time, but spiritual books may have the life-altering advice you’ve been searching for.
As some YouTubers, such as Logan Paul, stir up controversy, Shane Dawson continues to make meaningful, wholesome content on his platform.
By Selena Lundy, Grand Valley State University
If you have a passion for social media and want to make use of your college time in preparing for your career, consider becoming an online brand ambassador.
By Sarah Marchan, University of Texas at San Antonio
For all the things you want to tell your partner, but just don’t know how to say.
You have nothing to be ashamed of, so show off that purity ring as proudly as you would an engagement ring.
Will J.K. Rowling live up to her statement that Dumbledore is gay in the upcoming ‘Fantastic Beasts’ series?
By Sam Thoma, Wisconsin Lutheran College
With Cloud9’s victory at the ELEAGUE Boston Major this January, North American Counter-Strike is no longer a joke.
Even with all the emojis available, there are still some missing that people would like to see.
Earlier this year, Google announced new rules regarding monetization of contents on its video service, YouTube.
Tired of seeing posts about human drama? Follow these popular Instagram doggos for a new change of pace!
By Andria Modica, Drexel University
Balancing your school life and on-campus meal plan can be hard when you want to become a sustainable eater. Here are some tips to help you transition!
From her edgy music to her fierce look, Pink continues to charm the world with her message of woman empowerment and barrier breaking.
When you join dating services, you run the risk of getting catfished, but there are a few ways to keep your heart and identity safe.
These highly anticipated new albums will undoubtedly stay with you for the rest of 2018.
Find yourself dealing with an excessive number of internet trolls? Worry no more, you can easily defeat them with these methods.
By Jake Deven, The University of Texas at El Paso
Stanley Kubrick’s transcendent film, ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’, turns 50 this year and is still providing thought-provoking and relevant life lessons.
Though most will recognize him as the controversial YouTube persona Filthy Frank, the genuine talent of the Japanese-Australian artist will surprise most.
Girls who like sports are all too familiar with the ridicule, patronizing and mansplaining once they reveal their passion.
By Adriana Luna, Northwest Vista College
The new year has just begun, but these artists are already taking no prisoners with their lyrical mastery.
By Elizabeth Ivanecky, McMaster University
From his early songs like ‘My Love’ and ‘Sexyback’ to newer songs such as ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling’ and ‘Filthy’, JT’s Super Bowl LII halftime show was both nostalgic and futuristic.
In a time of Trump tweets and political opinions, sharing messages of self-love are necessary to have a positive year.
Amazon Go launched its first store in Seattle, which left many people both hopeful and worrisome about the future of the cashier-less shopping concept.
By Samantha Jorgens, Central Michigan University
Alexa loses her voice, Danny DeVito is an M&M, The Bud Knight, clean water donations, funny celebrities and more appeared on the Super Bowl commercials.
WWF and XFL founder Vince McMahon promised a gimmick-free football league with the XFL’s return.
In the wake of a highly publicized scandal, disrepute and depravity mar USA Gymnastics’ honor.
By Julian Randall, Texas Tech University
The collections showcased in Men’s Fashion Week this year features a strong message of transformation in the most elegant way possible.
These four organizations are providing mental health services for Asian Americans in a community that has a stigma against them.
This ‘healthy’ trend might actually be worse for you than biting into Tide Pods.
Move over Mariah Carey, these artists have already hit all the right notes to sing in the new year!
If your monthly rent is outrageously high, and you want to save thousands of dollars annually, the van life may be the right fit for you.
By Emily Craig, University of North Alabama
Four weeks since its debut, ‘Camila’ is more than proving that the young singer’s decision to go solo was an act of genius.
The role-playing mobile game will allow muggles, for the first time ever, to attend Hogwarts, learn spells and hopefully even make the quidditch team.
By Katie Lommen, Saint Louis University
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards fell flat this year in addressing the issues of gender inequality and sexual violence that are plaguing the nation.
By Kayla Lichtman, Middlebury College
In the 2018 Winter Olympics, the games have become an arena for social change as athletes confront rape culture, homophobia and tension between nations.
Atlanta-based hip-hop trio ‘Migos has wasted no time making their impact in 2018 with the release of ‘Culture II.’
Despite efforts to show support for women in the recent #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, the Grammys instead sparked a new hashtag: #GrammysSoMale.
In her new documentary ‘Simply Complicated,’ Demi Lovato reveals her difficult adolescence, including her struggles with bulimia and drug addiction.
By Grace John, Rutgers University
Everyone makes questionable decisions, but Inkbox provides a way for us to test our ideas without any commitment.
By Briana Perez, University of Texas at San Antonio
Movies can provide non-native speakers an easy and entertaining way to learn English.
By Sam Kasierski, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
With the rap artist’s career booming in recent years, Drake is becoming more of an icon than ever. And I am not a fan.
Grab your calendar and mark the dates for these upcoming YA book releases.
By Miranda Maples, University of Tennessee
Avid readers are often disappointed by the film adaptations of novels, but movies can capture the essence of short stories without disappointing anyone.
Players are fighting against the pay-to-win system video game companies are instilling to regain the whole story experience.
By Dominique Bander, Loyola University
Just like black ensembles at the Golden Globes, celebrities donned white roses at the 2018 Grammys to show that the music industry was confronting its demons.
Though Kendrick Lamar, Donald Glover and Bruno Mars took home a slew of high honors, critics claim that the Grammys snubbed female artists.
With slots ranging in theme from ‘Game of Thrones’ to ‘Family Guy,’ the casino industry is increasingly blending pop culture into their offerings.
By Christian Zeitler, Carnegie Mellon
Having an abundance of music at your fingertips has never been easier, but is Spotify evil when it comes to paying the artists?
By Cheryl Sutton, Purdue University
It started as a joke, but then the internet, as usual, took it a step too far.
By Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
The rap collective, who released three albums in 2017 alone, are exploring new frontiers in hip-hop, both sonically and thematically.
By Kathleen Danielson, Carleton College
Though it may not work as well as a caffeine fix, tea can do everything from relieving stress to alleviating menstrual pain.
By Kelly Lambkin, SUNY Cortland
Once only reserved for gamers, augmented reality has found its way into the medical field through simulation-learning apps like HoloLens.
By Sydney Jennings, University of Connecticut
In an effort to improve the site, the new Facebook changes are designed to increase user-to-user interaction and reduce the creepy feeling of being spied on.
By Marissa Cortes, Stony Brook University
Contrary to recent claims, sensitivity readers in the publishing industry aren’t here to kill creativity — I promise.
By Patrick Murtha, Eastern Connecticut State University
With the NBA season crossing its midline, lets recognize the best from the first half of the year.
By Camelia Juarez, Texas State University
The Grammy performances are sure to bring some heat to the stage on Jan. 28.
By Lizzy Spangler, University of North Texas
All-nighters aside, getting a good night’s sleep in college is easier than you think.
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