‘You can only eat ramen so many times’: Peer into the lives of 8 college students

The Lily asked young women in America and abroad: What’s college like these days?

I’m saying goodbye to Charlotte, N.C. Here are the 7 places I’ll miss.

Charlotte will forever be the place where I started my life and spent a very defining part of it

‘I see myself in you all’: Michelle Obama’s message to first-generation college students

The former first lady recently shared the stage with fellow first-generation graduates at a Howard University summit

A sorority ended its New Orleans convention early due to Tropical Storm Barry. But the 17,000 meals they planned to eat didn’t go to waste.

Delta Sigma Theta donated all of the uneaten meals for those affected by the storm

She grew up believing college wasn’t for her, that it was a ‘scam.’ Let’s not prove her right.

The college admissions scandal has forced us to consider who deserves to walk across graduation stages — and who doesn’t

‘Our mom is so determined and dedicated’: She went back to college when her sons insisted she join them

She and her three sons were attending Florida A&M together

Felicity Huffman pleads guilty in college admissions scandal, saying her daughter had no part in the scheme

The government is reportedly recommending four months in prison for Huffman and a $20,000 fine

The Baylor Bears become first women’s championship team to visit the Trump White House

The past two women’s college basketball champions did not make the trip

You’ll want to devour Sally Rooney’s sophomore novel, ‘Normal People,’ in one sitting

Youth, love and cowardice are unavoidably intertwined in the book, which is anchored in campus life