With customizable shoe charms, different styles and easy-to-sanitize material, UTA community members rave over the rubber shoes.
Directed by Enrico Casarosa, the film balances a good plot with lovely visuals and explores concepts like friendship, growth and bravery.
As COVID-19 vaccines continue to roll out, local museums invite the public to attend exhibits about art, history and science.
The restaurant's partnership with the Grammy-nominated South Korean group features the limited Sweet Chili and Cajun sauces, and the promotion ends Sunday.
The post about Black women wearing leisurewear in public was met with mixed reception and initiated a conversation about respectability politics.
Learning from the past can provide a new perspective, and people can celebrate this month by signing petitions or donating to LGBTQ+ organizations.
From comedy to horror, this list features films with theater release and/or streaming dates for you and the family to enjoy.
The show is based on a fantasy novel written by Leigh Bardugo and its first season released on Netflix Friday. It is currently number one on U.S. Netflix.
The influential company’s decision to allow greater flexibility with tattoos, hairstyles and jewelry, could pave the way for other companies to be more inclusive.
A screening of Judas and the Black Messiah and the English Department’s Hermanns Lecture Series round out this week’s list.
The 93rd Academy Awards, also known as The Oscars, will be held Sunday. The Academy awards the best nominated films from the previous year.
Students say compromise and communication are two key elements to having a healthy relationship with your new roommate. Remember, strangers are people, too.
While a strong work ethic can be a positive thing, holding yourself to unreasonable standards can negatively affect your emotional and physical health.
Keeping up with a planner can be tough during the pandemic, but these tips can help you stay productive as we approach a return to normalcy.