Daniela Quintanilla
Daniela Quintanilla

'Americans in Bed' Review: HBO Interviews People Between the Sheets

This HBO documentary is a quirky social experiment delving into and in between relationships.

An Open Letter to Mattel and American Girl

American Girl dolls used to represent girls who bravely struggled against the status quo to fight for freedom; now, they bake muffins and are predominantly white.

Susan Patton's Guide to Finding a Husband

Princeton alum Susan Patton recently wrote a viral letter to the editor that girls at her alma mater should find a husband before graduation. Here is how to make that happen.

Election 2012 Aftermath: 3 Things Republicans Can Do to Regroup For 2014 and 2016

The Republicans need to overcome their backwards social policies to stay relevant in a progressive, liberal America and minimize political polarization moving forward.

Tammy Baldwin: Why Her Victory Underlined a Big Night For LGBT Equality on Election Day

The reelection of Barack Obama ensures that the next four years will make LGBTQ citizens equal to all Americans, and the fight for equality can finally be put to rest.

Rich Kids of Instagram: Millennials and the 1 Percent

Over half of 18-24 year olds own smartphones and have access to Instagram. Who are the 1% among them? Rich Kids of Instagram shows us.

Lolo Jones Virgin: Sex History Has No Bearing On Olympics Performance

Like Gabby Douglas' hair, Lolo Jones' sexuality and sexual behavior is irrelevant to her athletic performance. Sexism continues to permeate the Olympic spirit in the media and at the Games.

Sikh Shooter Wade Michael Page Could Have Been Stopped

Three days after a white supremacist opened fire at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin and claimed six innocent lives, the media is silent. Why it's different from Aurora and why it matters.

Sexism Runs Rampant At London Olympics 2012

Do female athletes face bias that male athletes do not? A recent study shows that sexism is still prevalent in the Games.

NBC Ruined the London Olympics 2012 For Everyone

NBC has been criticized for its coverage of the London Olympics as the network has set up a variety of hurdles to even watch the competitions. Have they crushed enthusiasm in the United States?

4 Ways to Fuel the Economic Recovery

Studies have shown that the U.S. economic recovery has been gradual but weak, due to a variety of different factors. Here's what you should know about the past - and how it may impact the future.


Dark Knight Rises Shooting: This Is Why America Needs Better Gun Laws

The 'Dark Knight Rises' midnight massacre at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, left 12 dead and up to 50 wounded. When will the United States take gun control more seriously?

Scientology Led to Katie Holmes Divorce, Mormonism Could End Mitt Romney

The recent split between Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes has brought allegations of abuse to light. Mormonism might come under scrutiny next, and Romney should be prepared.

Mitt Romney Impersonated Police Officers: Yet Another Reason to be Creeped Out by Him

Mitt Romney has been known for flip-flopping and being a bully in high school. A new side of Romney has emerged as stories surface that he used to impersonate a police officer to scare people.

Kate Upton is As Fat As Barack Obama is Muslim

Famed model and blond beauty Kate Upton has faced recent scrutiny by the blog Skinny Gossip, which accuses her of being a fat "piggie." Do women have the authority to scrutinize other women?

90% of Teen Girls Have Dieted, Or Tried To: That's Why Seventeen Will Use Unedited Photos

Seventeen is publishing unedited photographs to help with girls' body image.


Florida Governor Rick Scott Refuses Medicaid Funds, Making His State Worse Off

Florida governor Rick Scott rejected federal Medicaid funds that will give citizens who live near the poverty line subsidies to buy insurance. He won't be the last.

What to the Sex Slave is the Fourth of July?

300,000 American children are at risk for trafficking into the sex industry. Where is their chance at freedom?

Why Ann Curry Failed at NBC and Where She Will Be Next

Ann Curry was co-host of "The Today Show" for hardly more than one year and left the show last week in tears. Why wasn't she a hit like previous hosts Katie Couric and Meredith Vieira?

Lessons Learned From Cornell Hazing Death

Three Cornell students were acquitted Wednesday for charges of hazing that resulted in the death of a brother, 19-year-old George Desdunes. Was hazing responsible, or were the boys?