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"Women are just trying to go about their day unbothered, only to be harassed with yelling about sexual exploits or what some think to be compliments."

With all the free time students have on hand during summer break, it’s the best time to crack out some pots and pans and try some new recipes.

If you’re a history buff, just really love Texas or just want a new place to explore we have the vacation for you. Based on Texas history, we created a road trip guide filled with culture. Learn something new and explore the Lone Star State with our road trip guide.

OK. You’ve secured an internship. Good job! Now, how can you make the most out of it? You want to squeeze every bit of information out of your time. We’ve broken down some tips on how to get everything and more out of your internship.

If you’re not big on going outside, but you still want to enjoy summer, video games are a great option to consider. An even better idea are video games those simulate that soothing summer feelings.

Free tickets, discounted hotels and a chance to build up your resume, all while working at the happiest place on Earth. If any of those perks appeal to you, the Disney College Program could be what you’ve been searching for. Katherine just got a spot within the competitive program.

While summer classes may not sound fun, sometimes they’re necessary. Be it graduating on time, desiring a smaller class size or just because you want to. If you’ve never taken a summer class, we’ve got you. Here’s everything to consider when it comes to scheduling and preparing for a summer class.

We’ve compiled a list for everyone who says, “there’s nothing to do in Houston.” And it isn’t even comprehensive.

Everyone who identified as a woman at one point has likely gone through a “pick me” phase. A “pick me” is defined by Urban Dictionary as “a woman that is willing to do anything for male approval. She will embarrass or throw other women under the bus to achieve this goal.” But don’t worry. The phase is there to build...

It’s almost impossible to live with roommates or suitemates without arguing at least once. Whether it be over hygiene habits, relationships or just general attitude. There are ways to prevent or simply diffuse these potential conflicts. Whether it be communication, setting expectations or letting things slide we made...