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Joe Biden says we should believe women. So why not Tara Reade?

(05/04/20 4:00am)

Two years ago in the summer of 2018, the United States was fixated on the emotional, historic hearing of Brett Kavanaugh, who was at the time a Supreme Court justice nominee. Accused of sexual assault by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, which was then eventually followed by accusations from other women, Kavanaugh and several Senate Republicans fervently defended his innocence and insisted he was, regardless, the best person for the job. 

Tool kit to surviving the oncoming media apocalypse

(04/29/20 4:10am)

An edited video of former Vice President and democratic front-runner Joe Biden lolling his tongue and smiling in a deeply unsettling way made waves across the internet since it was posted on April 26. Besides being altogether disturbing, concern arose when President Donald J. Trump retweeted the video of his 2020 presidential opponent, inspiring an article in The Atlantic about the cost of deepfakes and what it means for U.S. democracy. 

‘Give ourselves grace’: Nutritionist Kaitlyn Eck on dieting during global pandemic

(04/13/20 4:00am)

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has completely changed life as we knew it, abruptly ending whatever routine college students had. Although social distancing, job insecurity and other concerns are rightly at the forefront of discussions about the virus, there are other issues at hand. One of the many — and less talked about — ways the coronavirus has disrupted our lifestyles is through our diet choices. 

Legacy of Tomie dePaola: College student’s ode to her favorite children’s books

(04/07/20 4:00am)

Tomie dePaola was a children’s author and illustrator of more than 200 books who died on March 30. Using both his words and artistic talents, dePaola enriched his novels with his own experiences and ideas about family. His stories colored the childhoods of thousands across the United States, and he won awards like the 2000 John Newbery Medal and was a runner-up for the 1976 Caldecott Medal. 

Looking to change your major? This tool can help

(04/01/20 4:00am)

College is usually a financial burden for anyone thinking of enrolling. Student debt is only getting higher, reaching approximately $1.6 trillion and rising. Now more than ever, since the Class of 2020 students are most likely graduating into a recession, students and parents are getting more concerned with students finding high-paying jobs and not graduating into crippling debt.