beyoncé's coachella performance was a master class in black college life
The first black woman to headline Coachella was celebrating a specific experience.
'get out' has inspired a college course (and you can take it online)
'The Sunken Place: Racism, Survival, and Black Horror' explores the history of anti-black racism in cinema.
CSM fashion communication students have their eyes on challenging the status quo
You might not know their names now, but these graduates from the Central Saint Martins’s Fashion Communication course will change the fashion industry landscape.
what's the line between free speech and hate speech on campus?
College students from across America tell i-D what the mainstream media is getting wrong about their activism.
yale students go on a hunger strike, calling for unionization
The protest is part of a growing wave of campus activism.
beyoncé announces new all-female scholarship fund
“Okay ladies now let’s get in formation.”
darkly erotic outtakes from a 'yale daily news' photographer
Exclusive images from the alternative newspaper distributed on the Ivy League campus by MFA student, photographer, and Matte magazine publisher Matthew Leifheit.
performing ourselves: revisiting dorm daze with ed fornieles
Witchcraft, teen suicide, repressed homosexuality, love triangles, psychedelic drug parties in the woods… it can only be dorm days.
from kanye west to ryan mcginley, the five best grad speeches ever
As 2015’s last batch of grads toss their caps into the sky, we take a look back at some of the most creative and compelling graduation speeches given over the years. From Patti Smith advocating for dental hygiene to Ali G hitting on Natalie Portman at...