Watching the Marvel Cinematic Universe helped my sister and I have a deeper connection with each other.
Tucson-based director Edgar Ybarra teams up with ASU student and actress Karen Marroquin in his newest independent film project "ALL WE HAVE."
Taylor Swift's "Fearless (Taylor Version)" comes nearly 13 years after the album's original release and it captures the same magic and emotions as it did then.
The world of podcasts seems to be infinite. While it may be daunting to some, the vast selection out there shows anyone can find quality entertainment in podcasts.
Everyone cries, there is no shame in it. Sometimes you have to turn to media to induce the sob fest, so grab some tissues.
When my boyfriend and I lost our spark, we didn't break up. Instead, we tried our best to communicate and learn each other better through our love languages.
Prior to the pandemic, I didn't listen to the band CHVRCHES, but in the chaos of 2020, the group became a force of comfort.
Herberger Institute of Design and Art hosted its annual drag show on Thursday, filled with electric performances from professionals and students alike.
Personality quizzes are fun to take but they are not the end-all-be-all that defines your identity.
Renowned children's author Beverly Cleary's death has allowed readers to reflect on her legacy and the impact her characters have had on their lives.
According to a researcher of gender and digital media, the restriction and judgment many women and girls feel online can be credited to misogyny and patriarchal norms.
"This and That," an art exhibit by artist Jenita Landrum, explores race, gender and class in an urban environment and gives a platform to those underrepresented in the art community.
"The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" explores its characters and timely topics, including racism.
Singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey has been met with criticism time and time again. How can artists express their stories without glamorizing it?
What started as stumbling upon a TikTok about Draco Malfoy turned into my inclusion in a tight-knit community of fellow book lovers through the BookTok community on TikTok.
"Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal" is about more than celebrities and high-profile socialites who bought their children's way into college, highlighting holes in higher education and the corruption that comes with wealth.
Echo reporter Noah Delgado reflects on how the newest Godzilla film honors the themes of the original.
At the Lawn Gnome Publishing bookstore and coffee shop in Phoenix, poetry slams are inspiring art and a feeling of community.
The struggles and dreams of first-generation students' families and communities are what keep many pushing forward, even when they may feel lost in their college careers.