Universities are receiving way more deferral and gap requests from students who see no point in paying full tuition for a remote semester.
As they swing between fear and boredom, people are turning to hand-poked tattoos for a creative (and cool-looking) distraction from their day-to-day realities.
Michael Bloomberg’s campaign is claiming victim status after its offices were tagged with graffiti it described as “hateful rhetoric.”
As a South Asian kid, I devoured colonial-era literature and dramas. Looking back, they often featured white protagonists forming quaint relationships with grateful brown characters who look like me.
Glenda Lissette's new series, "Save Our Skin," reflects on how anti-aging self care routines have warped her self image.
"We didn't really have nothing going for ourselves, beside go outside, smoke, and chill." Then they started making art together.
You may remember Gabriel and Sarah Chrisman as the couple who went viral for living as if they were in Victorian times. Four years later, looking at their life—and the reaction to it—outlines our society's most pressing cultural battles.
A new poll shows that people like brands more when they embrace progressive causes like LGBTQ rights, and dislike companies that support Republicans.
Biden still seemed old. But people actually attacked Obama, for a change.