Katherine Brand, University of Michigan
Concern regarding the university’s inadequate pandemic response and the lack of transparency from administration has sparked outrage from several groups across campus.
Audrey Bowers, Ball State University
The student-created guide is changing the campus landscape when it comes to affordability.
Elise Bortz, New York University
University of Michigan finance student Nick Gottlieb is exploring international economics following his success with the cryptocurrency business.
Dominique Bander, Loyola University Maryland
A partnership with JCPenney and local universities, Suit Up helps students get the practice and clothing they need to master the always-intimidating process of interviewing for a job.
Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
Pratt Institute senior Casiano Hamer, the director of the gritty but cinematographically stunning short film ‘STUD’, has his eyes set on gold when it comes to making movies.
A conversation with Harvard’s Amanda Gorman, America’s first youth poet laureate.
Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
The rap collective, who released three albums in 2017 alone, are exploring new frontiers in hip-hop, both sonically and thematically.
‘Pop 2’ is Charli’s most challenging release to date, pushing the genre’s boundaries and disputing commonly held truths about real pop.
Yale senior Lauren LaMonica is combining her love for public health with her passion for fostering class equity for first-generation and lower-income students.
Miami-based synth-pop group Souvenir defies the recycled, washed-out sounds of the genre with preternatural talent and candor.
What having a speech impediment can teach you about language, communication and self-esteem.
From Charli to Carly and Dua to Lorde, here are 2017’s best pop hits.
The Recording Academy has announced the nominations for the 2018 Grammys, and if they snub Kendrick a third time, that’s on them.
These seven writers are capturing the Asian American experience in new and exciting ways through literary fiction and poetry alike.
Can’t get a text back, ever? Here’s how to deal.
Through her latest ensemble of pop and electronic beats mixed with naturistic instrumentals, Björk shows reinvention does not have to be derivative.
Why the Asian American community needs to deal with its anti-blackness ideals.
PC culture might be able to save us from the alt-right and their Nazi leaders, and it’s time for college campuses to put their foot down.
After creating “Caged Bird Magazine” last year Howard University’s Alexa Lisitza discusses her new feminist publication, “The Intersectionalist.”
The Indian army has systematically carried out the disappearances of over eight thousand Kashmiris. Where are the bodies?
What do you get when you take a nerdy, Harvard-educated musician and try to put him in the public eye as a rockstar? Pacific Daydream.
Joiya Reid, Georgia Southern University
Inspiration can come from anywhere, and for this University of Michigan sophomore, it came from nature and a premature college injury.
Kelly Keglovits, UT Austin
Lilley, who won a national competition this summer in Switzerland with his quartet Saffer, has a ten-year plan to get his doctorate of musical arts.
Eric McInnis, Arcadia University
Student Irene Syriac is the director behind ‘Hush,’ a monologue play produced by members of the school’s Yoni Ki Baat club.
Kayla Kibbe, Connecticut College
Maher Hachem, a.k.a. Munch, has been making music for seven years, and it shows.
Lindsey Davis, Iowa State University
After being recognized by his hometown and the state of Michigan for his service work, the freshman has only raised the bar for himself since coming to college.
Maria Alvarado, Savannah College of Arts and Design
In both her creative writing and visual art, the University of Michigan student is a testament to the power of confessional expression.
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