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We know art is art because our textbooks, columnists or society bigshots tell us so. But who is to define what art is anyway?

Dissecting the good, the bad and the ugly postpartum

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There’s a lot of negativity to counter  There are crystals on my office mates’ desks, sage in my friend’s apartment. There’s news of the government turning on its heels––against its own laws––and a torrent of arguments about it on my Facebook

And what to do when you’ve got this tricky zit-uation on your hands

There comes a time when you can’t come to your parents anymore and when they start to need you more than you need them. It’s a scary yet inevitable phase of life that means two things: You’re an adult and

A round table discussion on gender dynamics, hypermasculinity and “boys will be boys”

Meet your new bedside buddy, the anti-energy drink  If there’s anything I learned to value over the past few years, it’s quality time between me and my favorite inanimate object: My bed. With never-ending series to binge-watch and album releases to

“Every day is a transition”  As an advocate for LGBTQ rights and equality, trans woman Janlee Dunca shares that shedding light on the experiences of her community, be it one person at a time, is a small ripple today that could

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Mental health isn’t the absence of anxiety or depression. Instead, it’s being able to express emotions and manage day-to-day tasks properly—and couldn’t we all use a little bit more of that?

It’s hard not to put blame on your parents for some of the things that go wrong in life. They didn’t teach you something, they didn’t prioritize something else, they weren’t strict enough or they were too strict. It’s a