Emma Watts, University of Arizona
In her debut romance novel, Kate Stayman-London uses a reality show to explore how the media portrays plus-size women.
Anna Wurm, Texas A&M University
Fans of ABC’s hit reality dating competition are in love with Matt James, the show’s first Black lead.
ABC’s hit reality dating show was rescued from Clare Crawley’s poor fan reception by a new star.
Is the popular dating show uplifting its female contestants? Or is it promoting toxicity and codependency?
Peter Weber holds the title for least favorite ‘Bachelor’ contestant, but the current bachelorette might steal his number-one spot.
Clare Crawley is looking for love once again on ABC’s newest season of the hit reality dating show.
Desiree Jaime, Hofstra University
The latest iteration of the long-running reality show franchise mixes song and romance.
Vaishnavi Kalyana, College of DuPage
The latest season of the long-running reality series may be over, but life for its star and the top four contestants continues.
Every new season comes with a brand new set of conflicts and opportunities for sabotage. This time, it might be too much to take.
Meredith Day, Davidson College
Pilot Pete is already shirtless hosing down a plane, and no one is upset about it.
The new season of ‘The Bachelor’ is just a few weeks away, so it’s time to dig up dirt on everyone else.
Blair Krassen, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia
Some couples remain strong, others will break up or agree to just remain friends. Who will stand the test of time?
Lauren Do, Davidson College
Finding love is never that easy.
Cameron Andersen, New York University
If Colton Underwood were a superhero, he’d be Super Yawn.
Garrett Yrigoyen won Becca’s heart, despite hearting some controversial posts on Instagram.
Maya Ramani, University of Virginia
One of the show’s contestants, Lincoln Adim, has joined the ranks of Kyrie Irving and B.o.B in rejecting heliocentrism.
Rachel Hall, Augustana College
Physical attractiveness is important, sure, but a string of dumb words can really take the shine off a guy’s six-pack.
Emily Daniel, Colgate University
Adding racial issues to a show already abundant in drama means Rachel must toe the line between entertainment and inspiration.
Nicole Yang, Amherst College
Although it began with pure intentions, after twelve seasons the show has devolved into nothing more than a disingenuous sham.
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