Raina Sciocchetti, Unity College
Sustainability guru Manuela Baron wants to make living well less intimidating.
Cameron Andersen, New York University
New York University student Sophie Sandberg is chalking back to cat callers.
Karla Mellett, Minneapolis College of Art and Design
MCAD student Karla Mellett documents the way climate shapes community.
Lexi Anderson, Pratt Institute
Extra! Extra! Read all about it.
Jonathan Christian, Northwest Vista College
If you were raised on Cartoon Network and trap rap, your sense of reality is fundamentally unlike any other in human history.
Jen Tombs, University of Warwick
Combining tenets of female empowerment and pagan mysticism, witchcraft is on the rise in modern America.
Marianne Quijano, Texas A&M University
Even if the violence in question is hypothetical, the experiences of the participating students are not.
Michael Wu, Case Western Reserve University
She might be a novelty, but she’s taking jobs from people who aren’t.
Lily Harrington, University of Georgia
More than ever, celebrities across the entertainment industry are getting political. Should they?
Sierra Zareck, Haverford College
Twitter posts don’t make you a political activist.
Candace Baker, University of Texas at Austin
Male behavior is, after all, the cause of the #MeToo movement.
Halle Parris, University of Missouri – Kansas City
If people just aren’t really your thing, don’t worry — you’re not alone.
Katie Farrell, Queens University of Charlotte
Civic Engagement Fellow Alyssa Pacheco drops a few tips on the best ways to get your peers to the polls.
Paige Brauser, Connecticut College
The conversations we’ve needed to have for decades are finally taking place.
Gracie Riley, University of South Carolina-Columbia
Ghosts are great for spooky season, but no one wants them in their love life.
Kaitlyn Quinn, Seton Hall University
Dear Abby, it’s not 1956 anymore.
Democracy shouldn’t depend on judges taking their vitamins.
Warren’s DNA test results proved she just doesn’t get it.
Michelle Dreyer, Southern New Hampshire University
Here’s how they’ve kept their relationship going for 11 years and counting.
Becca Blyn, Harvey Mudd College
Let the past die, or embrace it?
Moiz Rizvi, University of Texas at Austin
Democrats across Texas are hoping so, but their hope might not be enough.
Reading this article doesn’t count as procrastination, by the way.
Nicole Andrasko, University of Pittsburgh
Confessions of a former concert addict.
Cassie Rowett, Southern New Hampshire University
If financial aid really isn’t working for you, give these websites a try.
Jocelyn Campos, University of Texas at San Antonio
It’s a cliche, but it works.
’90s kids: Get ready for a few blasts from the past.
Looking ‘bare-faced’ just means wearing different makeup.
Thomas Turner, University of Rhode Island
Host Ethan Klein may be a bit rough around the edges, but you’re not going to find the same pop culture scoops anywhere else.
His appointment gives the Supreme Court a conservative majority, which could affect everything from abortion to affirmative action.
2018 might be the new ‘Year of the Woman.’
Sarah Brown, University of Florida
Most of them involve drinking Natty Light.
Minuscule, hyper-detailed and elegant, the nouveau ink is upending the industry.
If you’ve ever found yourself saying, ‘I don’t know why … I just like iPhones better,’ then you need to do some research.
Thriving in college is about much more than studying.
Growing up Muslim means facing a crisis many religious millennials experience: the increasing stigma attached to faith.
Anushna Patel, University of California, Santa Barbara
Four University of California student researchers weigh in on how they got their research jobs and why it’s not as scary as it seems.
Victoria Macias, University of California, San Diego
Her queer identity has no affect on her ability to have children, to the surprise, apparently, of many.
In the aftermath of the paradigm-shifting movement, reasons for both optimism and cynicism abound.
I survived both and am here to tell the tale.
Zachary Truesdale, University of Texas at San Antonio
Festival season is upon us.
Look what you made me do. (Spoiler: it’s voting.)
Brandon Sasserson, University of New Hampshire
The Chicago-based musician is everything good about timeless hip hop.
Megan Mehta, University of Illinois at Chicago
Sony’s foray into the Marvel universe is predictably formulaic.
Headbanging doesn’t have to be only for guys.
The future of the Oval Office is as unclear as it’s ever been, but a few likely options have emerged.
The Democrats are coming.
The lack of support for the Asian nation is just another example of the Western world’s disregard for non-white countries.
IRL vs. URL.
The creator of the largest online vaping community in the world discusses trends in the industry, e-cigarettes, legislation and his personal preferences.
Fan Bingbing, one of China’s most famous movie stars, vanished for three months. Who was to blame? Her government.
Kanye’s MAGA hat and pro-Trump rhetoric has left fans upset, America confused and everyone wondering: Where is this coming from?
You either do or you delegate, there is no procrastinate.
Racist media tropes are alive and well, and apparently deeply embedded into Rowling’s psyche.
The Trump memes won’t help us in the long run.
In the fight for women’s rights, the movement is the natural successor to #MeToo.
Sara Perkins, University of Indianapolis
Cat yoga is the hottest thing in fitness. So ‘pawmaste,’ my friends.
Sarah Penix, Ohio University
It might be spooky szn, but your life doesn’t have to be scary this month.
#MeTwo, #MeThree, #MeFour…
The album nearly five years in the making, and reportedly Wayne’s last, has arrived.
With her Uncomfortable Art tours, the anti-establishment art historian is challenging how we approach galleries.
Emlyn Orr, Pratt Institute
At Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, student photographer Emlyn Orr captures human connections.
Christine Fang, University of California San Diego
Could the uptick in Asian-American representation help move the needle in the midterm elections?
Tricia Crimmins, Bates College
When stars dabble in public affairs, philanthropy can get messy.
Danielle Richardson, Florida State University
As black women find increasing representation in media, their hairstyles get political.
Ayanna Totten, East Stroudsburg University
As Columbus Day fades into history, here’s how to celebrate its rightful replacement.
Caitlyn Conville, Bergen Community College
The Russian visual artist’s breathtaking illustrations will leave your jaw hanging and mouth watering.
Josue Romero, Southwest School of Art
According to a school of thought Potter champions called social practice, change is the art.
The doctoral student and video creator is helping sow commonsense feminism across the internet.
The city’s historic celebration of its 300th anniversary has brought questions of colonialism, white-washing and identity to the fore.
The more things change, the worse they get.
Ryan Secard, College of Wooster
Torvalds’ leave of absence from his post as ‘benevolent dictator for life’ is a promising change for an industry infamous for its abusive executives.
Thursday’s emotional hearing might be the most public test the #MeToo movement has faced since its inception.
Dana Shugrue, John Carroll University
The Jesuits had us doomed from the get-go.
Misshapen fruits and veggies are the new black.
You’ll thank yourself later.
Jamie Lovley, University of Maine
The duo’s friendship is practically the stuff of fairytale, but it’s even better because it’s not.
Drag shows, baby bumps, political protests and flying shoes — fashion brings it all.
Kate Maxwell, NC State University
The ruling marks somewhat of a success for the myriad Cosby accusers.
Caleb Edwards, Michigan State University
No celebration of the actor’s life is complete without a reminder that he was a child predator.
Anastasia Cottone, St. Bonaventure University
It’s not because they get more sleep.
Rebecca Crosby, American University
Her case has been compared to Anita Hill’s, which has prompted discussions of how far (or not far) women’s rights have come in 30 years.
What we’ve known all along has finally become a reality: Rihanna is royalty.
Katie Sheets, University of Vermont
Kavanaugh, who has been nominated to the Supreme Court, has now been accused of sexually assaulting two different women.
Splendid Rain Co became famous for its brazen merchandise, but now it’s leading the charge against Etsy’s hypocritical business practices.
And their lack of creativity, honestly.
Can blockchain technology provide a sustainable, democratic platform to sustain honest journalism?
Christian Cannon, Rice University
The organization is clearly mostly symbolic, but it doesn’t have to be toothless.
Can I get an amen?
The Australian starlet has been featured in Vogue and Forbes, but says she won’t stop until she’s modeled for Victoria’s Secret.
Comments remarking that Khloe’s daughter, True, was ‘too dark’ led her mother to disable comments on the photo.
A century ago Cokes had cocaine, and in a few years they might have marijuana.
The broke student approach to travel can have its benefits.
Myah Clinton, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Who knew watching someone else study could be more than a distraction from your own work?
You’ve already been back for a month, you deserve a drink.
Tori Ihnen, Fort Hays State University
Money can be tight when you’re a student, but these tips will help you save while still making (and forgetting) memories.
*Hits blunt* You want to know how I got these ideas?
Being an ABC (American-born Chinese) is not as easy as 1, 2, 3.
His cruel meme targeted Christine Blasey Ford, who recently accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of attempted rape.
Penn has faulted the movement for dividing men and women.
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