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As we've learned from our series A Class Of Our Own, the women of the class of 2015 are full of promise and drive, and they're ready for the year to come, whatever it may bring. Here's the thing: None of them — no student at all, for that matter — should have to be prepared to feel unsafe on their own campus. Although
After covering the Kardashians and the extreme joy of chatting with Bradley Cooper for half an hour, Amy Schumer ended her SNL monologue this weekend with a revelation that many of us have probably had: Antibiotics are weird. Yes, they're way over-prescribed to humans and non-humans alike. And antibiotic resistance is on
The Democratic debate has its first in-audience celebrity, and he's rocking some serious chin hair. Meet Democratic Dumbledore. At the last Republican debate, a mysterious man starting generating a ton of attention. The so-called "hot guy" behind host Jake Tapper briefly became a national obsession. Later, we found out read
If you tuned into the first Democratic presidential debate a few minutes after it started, you would have seen Sen. Bernie Sanders arguing with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley about guns. America just heard more about guns and gun violence in that time period than during read
After covering the Kardashians and the extreme joy of chatting with Bradley Cooper for half an hour, Amy Schumer ended her SNL monologue this weekend with a revelation that many of us have probably had: Antibiotics are weird. Yes, they're way over-prescribed to humans and non-humans alike. And antibiotic resistance is on read
Last month, Whole Foods shocked us all when the supermarket chain, often known for its expensive groceries, gave us a month-long break on our morning coffee prices. They gave us 25-cent cups of java, and we reconsidered our nickname, "Whole Paycheck." Now, the grocery store is extending the 25-cent deals program. It's read
Parisian style is usually effortless — made up of those easy French-girl staples, like striped boatneck tees, menswear-inspired coats, and perfectly fitting vintage jeans. This Paris Fashion Week, though, the streets played host to a whole new spectrum of styles and tastes. Sure, the replicable "I woke up like this" read