Zachary Truesdale, University of Texas at San Antonio
The algorithm is our friend.
Caleb Edwards, Michigan State University
To succeed, the show needs to return to its roots.
Lexi Anderson, Pratt Institute
First she closes her own car door, and now this?
Jamie Lovley, University of Maine
Hip-hop fans must have done something right.
Erika Skorstad, Champlain College
And no, it’s not (only) because of Cody Fern’s Michael Langdon.
Alexandra Fabugais-Inaba, Rutgers University
Netflix’s newest boy toy is a deadly mix of smoldering jaw line, self-deprecating humility and emotional maturity.
Abby Hall, Hollins University
It’s filled with moral dilemmas and unlikely friendships, and it works — so well.
Shaina Lapuebla, Central Connecticut State University
First of all, some people are calling the whole thing a hoax.
Christian Nelson, Eastern Michigan University
Hear me out.
Monica Petrucci, Emerson College
Do even the most progressive young people turn into inflexible adults?
Maria Basileo, Central Connecticut State University
The video-only company lives and dies by social media traffic, which can easily get problematic.
Kylie Harrington, University of Southern California
Get ready for a knockout fall, moviegoers.
Carrie Christensen, Pensacola Christian College
‘Fornite’ Monopoly, anyone?
Danielle Richardson, Florida State University
Rumors of the Disney actress being cast in the upcoming live-action ‘Little Mermaid’ have fans singing ‘choose the girl.’
Thomas Turner, University of Rhode Island
Consider this the ultimate rage quit.
Rebecca Crosby, American University
The duo’s former ‘Sesame Street’ writer said he characterized them as such, but the show was quick to put the kibosh on the puppets’ outing.
Vanessa Chen, Franklin and Marshall College
Why watch Buzzfeed when you can watch someone driving a car through a sofa?
Cameron Andersen, New York University
They’re showing the world that next-gen slang can be grammatically fun.
Saying ‘I do’ doesn’t have to mean saying goodbye to a crucial part of a woman’s identity.
Maya Ramani, University of Virginia
Tomorrow, Grande blesses the world.
If you’re unusually excited about this month’s original content, you’re in good company.
Natalie Sonier, Wake Forest University
Step aside, açai bowls: Camu camu is the newest health food in the aisle.
Kate Maxwell, NC State University
Which, as it just so happens, is exactly why what they’re doing is so important.
Alexis Rogers, Temple University
This list is assuming that Drake will be able to tour without a backbone.
Diego Galicia, Valencia College
Some gems can only be uncovered by time, and these one-season shows are among them.
Brittany Sims, Temple University
From babies to weddings to fashion, Americans care more about what happens in the British monarchy’s life than their own government.
Adriana Luna, Northwest Vista College
Inspired by modern-day visual art, this Yale undergrad strives to impact others.
Alex Johnson, New York University
It’s the response to petitions.
Vanessa Le, Chabot College
In the stunning video for ‘All We Do,’ Oh Wonder asked filmmakers across the country, ‘What does it mean to be human?’
Mirror mirror on the world, where do people go and what do they drink for spring break?
Devon Hodge, Western Washington University
From flexibility-increasing forward bends to core-strengthening cat/cow pose, here are some yoga positions to wake you up in the morning.
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Make the most of your summers, they won’t last forever!
Sophie Hurlock, Xavier University
Stuck at home this Spring Break? Here’s what you should do.
Jacoby Bancroft, University of Nevada at Reno
The original was funnier than the parody.
Zoolander 2 looks promising, but history would suggest that we lower our expectations.
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