If you were thinking about asking that special someone in your class out on a date, asking them with technology may not be the way to go.
This Summer, Pixar is releasing their latest animated film, “Brave.” Though the film is being praised by critics for featuring Pixar’s first female protagonist, the film might not be as progressive as you think.
An open letter to actor Ryan Gosling.
As Sanotrum drops from the race, the Republican candidate Romney must change focus to overtake the incumbent Obama this November.
Now that basketball season is over, the focus shifts to baseball, and the team isn’t playing like many hoped
Product placement provides a way for funny TV shows to gain funding, even when they are only being watched on the mostly commercial-less Internet.
Statements made by the baseball manager were hurtful to Cubans and Cuban-Americans
Elijah Johnson might give fans déjà vu of Tyshawn Taylor.
Cheating is something most people consider given the right incentives.
After 73 days in session, the Kansas Legislature adjourned for its annual break without passing a budget. When personal values get in the way of what the people need.
It is hard to give up smoking, but in a world where there are ill-feelings toward smokers, cigarette users feel pressure to change.
Mike Vernon writes which college players will have the most potential at the next level
While teaching an English course in Bologna, Italy, the stereotypical “cowboy” picture becomes the visualization of foreign students. The only way to solve this stereotype is, of course, to do the “Cha-cha.”
As we transition in college from high school to real life, we often become more serious about the relationships we share with our partners. If our significant others are close to their parents, it can be a necessity that we are too.