Illusion Ventura, Whittier College
As the Japanese style of animation is becoming more acceptable in society, new and old fans alike continue to plead for the revival of earlier, underhyped animes.
Karen Lu, Yale University
Stitching can be the perfect hobby for anyone who wants to enjoy a moment of tranquility in the midst of daily stresses.
Danielle Kuzel, Florida State University
Creating your own paper is becoming increasingly popular with millennials and Generation Z.
This style of art is nothing new, but thanks to video-sharing platforms, it’s becoming a lot more mainstream as a quarantine hobby.
Brian Xi, University of California, Berkeley
Sometimes, motivation to make art doesn’t come, and that’s perfectly okay. Rather than forcing yourself into an old hobby, find new forms of inspiration.
Ailun Shi, UC Berkeley
July saw the historic passage of Comet NEOWISE. Even if you missed its dance across the night sky, there are plenty of astrological phenomena to come.
Katie Klear, Columbia College Chicago
Searching through the trash is not exactly glamorous, but its many benefits might outweigh the ‘yuck’ factor.
Janani Mangai Srinivasan, Wake Forest University
The craft has plenty of benefits, including sparking creativity, improving motor skills and providing some much needed relaxation.
Ian Nordin, University of Texas at San Antonio
Forget your knitting needles and your camera. This is a more rewarding hobby, both emotionally and financially, and especially for the environment.
Maya Halabi, UTSA
Majoring in your hobby may sound like a dream, but it can easily become a nightmare.
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