This week, a handful of Youth Radio students took the Xbox One for a test drive. Big shout out to…
Inside gaming culture, “hardcore” and “casual” are tribal divisions. For the hardcore, gaming is the passion. Casual players enjoy games, yet they don’t steep themselves in gamer culture rites like midnight openings.
With kids’ online and offline lives becoming one, it appears that harassment could happen every day, and all day. There is no logging off.
We “big” girls have to stay strong, because women’s sports are not going to play themselves.
For anyone looking for the Reader’s Digest version of the new law, Bill Sokol, a Bay Area benefits attorney, lays out what every Californian needs to know about the Affordable Care Act
Let’s be clear– I didn’t start wearing a bra because I needed it, but rather, because all the fifth grade girls called me disgusting for not wearing one.
We’Ced discussed the importance of food assistance programs in their own lives, and how they foresee the change affecting their families.
Recently my doctor scheduled a nutritionist appointment for me. At first, I was surprised at her suggestion. But after thinking…
Despite the heavy media attention paid to cyberbullying as of late, according to a poll given to dozens young people across California, physical bullying remains a lot more common than cyberbullying.