I’m 17-years-old, and I’ve never owned a cell phone.
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“Even though it’s lonely, that actually makes me work harder. I feel like us being in the computer science major is going to open up doors for younger women of color to go in.”
As a young Latina, I believe young Latinos killed by police also deserve our attention and outrage, but I’m hesitant to co-opt the Black Lives Matter movement.
Today, young adults say they want a new kind of fast food: fresh, healthy and, if possible, connected to community. But actually delivering on what makes consumers happy — it’s something the whole on-demand food industry is still figuring out.
Here are two obvious statements: One, Teenagers love fast food. Two, they hate listening to adults. And that’s a real problem if you’re a modern fast food company these days.
I’m 17 years old, and teen girls like me experience a lot of bad stuff online–mean comments, pressures to sext,…
When I was a student at Oakland High School just a few years ago, my classmates and I had never…
Do teens today identify with political parties, or are they redefining political action? What does being politically active mean to you? #DoNowPolitics