As Millennials (and their slightly older siblings, the Xennials) already could have told you: The student loan crisis in the U.S. is completely out of control. As kids, these groups were always told that you need to get a college education to succeed. Of course, no one expected there to be a huge financial recession, causing the job pool to dry
For some teens, the thought of being followed on Twitter by their dad, or having their Facebook status update liked by their mom would be enough to send them into seclusion. The embarrassment! The horror! But it's not like that for all teenagers. In fact, some of them like interacting with their parents via social media, and those that do, have
As we are constantly being reminded by controversies both home and abroad (for example: outrage surrounding cartoon artists in Iran), art has the power to enrage as well as entertain and enlighten — and sometimes those two can be exactly the same thing. But the most controversial artworks can also sometimes become the most influential,
There are bogus trends, like this ridiculous New York Times article declaring that wearing a monocle is now in vogue. Then there are trends that make us think, "Hey, this is sort of interesting." We consider the rise of dogs — specifically small ones — and the decline of babies a trend that falls in the latter category.
From 1999 to 2013, the
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