Natalie Gabor, Indiana University-Bloomington
Parties and bars become less appealing as the internet ushers in a new era of information and anxiety for the self-aware Generation Z.
Kiera Baity, Kennesaw State University
Georgia residents were all over social media last week encouraging non-locals to stay away, but the long-anticipated basketball festival still resulted in a slew of crime and death.
Olivia Dimond, Bates College
The COVID-19 pandemic has plenty of college kids asking — can you really have fun without alcohol?
Bryan Lance, Liberty University
The to-go bag is a necessary, possibly problematic solution to your post-party problems.
Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
The usual m.o. for negative press—pass a self-imposed ban, promise things will be different and then, when the smoke blows over, return to business as usual—might not work this time.
Lizzy Spangler, University of North Texas
Goddess parties are the new functions in which women’s empowerment is celebrated.
Abby Wolfe, Colgate University
A warm bed in the peace and quiet rivals a wild Friday night.
Kristina Fernandez, Florida State University
Who knew procrastination would be so helpful in the real world?
Karen Juarez, University of Illinois at Chicago
You have the rest of your life to work, but you only get to be in college once (hopefully).
Terry Mooney, Ohio State University
Students are pressured into underage drinking, but then are punished for being caught.
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