Within the studyblr community, tidy calligagraphy and meticulous scheduling can mask darker truths about strain and mental health.
Spearheaded by senior Vanjessica Gladney, the Penn History of Slavery Project has colleges across the country reassessing their ties to slavery.
The famed Canadian psychologist is a veritable academic rock star, but does he really have any idea what he’s talking about?
Words by Aliyah Thomas, Howard University.
An interview with USC student Taylor Seamans, a computational neuroscience major and the founder of Inbtwn. Magazine.
Social media has dramatically changed advertising, causing marketing agencies to move from promos to memes, but how relatable do consumers want their brands to be?
Improving how we, as a society, deal with depression, means more open discussions and a frank dialogue about coping strategies.
Inspired by the body-positivity movement, photographer Peter DeVito created a powerful photo series of unretouched images to normalize acne.
Following the release of ‘Infinity War,’ the Marvel Cinematic Universe has transitioned into a new era, one whose future is unclear.
Burke’s pun-loving, eccentric stencils took off by word of mouth after she began designing shirts for herself. Soon, Ides was born.
As state chair of the country’s largest Republican student federation, Ariana Rowlands is bringing aggressive, unapologetic conservatism to southern California.
Cereal, the unsung hero of the dining hall, is always there, always reliable and always delicious.
When it comes to getting roasted, these characteristics make you much likelier to get read for filth.
A physical breakdown led visual artist and poet William Chappell to an unlikely catharsis.
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