Jo Stephens, Georgetown University
We can’t seem to get enough of the uber-famous family. But why do we keep up with their every move?
Kylie Clifton, Loyola Marymount University
The line between false appearances and real beauty has never been more blurred.
Ally Najera, California State University, Northridge
Viewers are only one season into the new series and the drama is nonstop.
Kwami Maranga, Binghamton University
With an already long history of controversial projects, Kanye’s newest feud-fueled music video has stirred up the internet once again.
The actor has quite literally soared and landed safely into our hearts.
Alyssa Griffin, Molloy College
50 years after Monroe donned the historic garment, the dress was brought out for the famous reality TV star to wear at the Met Gala — leaving many spectators unhappy.
Asiya Robinson, Rowan University
Controversy surrounds the influencer again, both because of an allegedly digitally removed belly button and a statement about how she fit into her Met Gala dress.
It’s easy to write off the public feud as fodder for entertainment, but people should consider the gravity of the situation — regarding both mental health and everyone’s safety.
Ally Xu, Northeastern University
The brand has managed to build a cult of the affluent around its product, but is the expensive ring really worth it?
Niall Calvert, Wesleyan University
The 22-time Grammy winner is about to drop his 10th studio album, and the details surrounding it continue his long history of bizarre releases.
Kelsie Westmoreland, Washington and Lee University
With their 10th and final season airing this year, let’s take a look back on this famous family’s best headlines.
Jael Davis, DePaul University
Don’t let the colorful swimsuits and fruity lotions fool you: Excessive sun or UVA exposure can be a pathway toward racial transgressions.
Kirtika Sharad, George Washington University
It’s become expected of the rich and famous to use their massive platforms to tackle social and political issues, but should they be involved at all?
Yasmeen Ludy, University of Michigan
While many people are expressing discomfort with presidential candidate Yeezy’s remarks, others are expressing concern for the artist’s psychological state.
Alyssa Alexander, SUNY Buffalo State
Celebrities like the Kardashians and companies like H&M are praised for the styles that black people are derided for, then profit off of the publicity caused by the anger.
Katelyn Melder, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
It has certainly paid off to keep up for this long.
Sydney Hawkins, Alabama A&M University
Greater awareness of the problem means that the end of mass incarceration in America might come sooner than we think.
Anna Sutherland, American University
‘Legally Blonde’ jokes aside, she certainly has the pedigree.
Michael Wu, Case Western Reserve University
The mobile game is nearly five years old, but still nets tens of millions yearly.
Jamie Lovley, University of Maine
And the latest fight centered around … a family Christmas card?
Cameron Andersen, New York University
In the real world, it’s an eating disorder.
Kate Maxwell, NC State University
After years of injecting her lips with fillers, Jenner’s opted for the au natural look.
Karena Landler, Georgetown University
Trump’s surprising choice to pardon an old woman serving time for drug offenses is good news — but don’t expect big changes out of his administration.
Grace John, Rutgers University
She may be one of the world’s most famous women, but was this too far?
Jovana Vajagic, DePaul University
After years of judgment, one video made me cry and hope for the Kardashian/Jenner’s success.
Michelle Nektalov, SUNY Purchase
She takes nelfie after nelfie, but then tells the media she’s not a ‘free the nipple’ type girl.
Sofia Rivera, Simmons College
Both figures are defined by one ugly quality, but it’s what’s made them both famous.
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