If my generation has one thing figured out, it’s that life isn’t comparable to “The Notebook” or other cheesy romance movies. We’ve begun to acknowledge that everybody and everything is so weird and complicated — how could a movie or TV show possibly be relatable to everyone’s tangled lives?…

It is no surprise to some that the NCAA recently proposed changes for its rules to allow college athletes to receive compensation for the use of their name and likeness for things like royalties on apparel. This is seemingly a natural progression of the NCAA’s continued support for helping s…

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Podcasts. Documentaries. Movies and TV shows. True-crime entertainment has flooded the visions of our society, captivated our attention and made us all question why we can’t look away. I am no stranger to this phenomenon, as a subscriber to podcasts like “Wrongful Conviction with Jason Flom”…

During the week of Oct. 23-31, schools and organizations across the nation participated in Red Ribbon Week. If you don’t know what Red Ribbon Week is, it is a widely-recognized campaign aimed at taking a visible stand against drug use.