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11.5.18

First Twitter Gave Me Power. Then I Felt Hopeless.

What I learned from growing up online.

10.18.18

The Hot New Gen-Z Trend Is Skipping College

High schoolers are weighing the benefits of blue-collar trades at a time when well-paying jobs—and no debt—are hard to pass up.

10.15.18

What I Wish I Knew in High School as a Queer Person with Disabilities

Advice for navigating—and maybe even changing—institutional bias on your journey through high school and beyond.

10.15.18

Tracing the Tactics of 21st-Century Youth Protest

Using nonviolence, humor, and pop culture savviness, a group of Serbian university students sparked a revolution and provided a blueprint for global youth movements.

10.15.18

How Sexual Harassment at My First College Job Shaped How I Expected to Be Treated

A former classmate messaged me about a job for a new tropical ice cream company that needed bilingual “sample girls.” It seemed easy, and I’d be getting $9 an hour. What followed was hell.

10.15.18

The Robots Are Coming, and They Want Your Job

Experts believe almost a third of the global workforce will be automated by 2030. But are universities preparing students for the rise of the office machines?

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10.15.18

Navigating Power and Privilege from High School to Your First Job

Editors from VICE Magazine explain why the October issue explores the theme of Power and Privilege.

10.15.18

Age of Revolution

How young activists are making change online and off.

10.15.18

How Jordan’s First LGBTQ Online Magazine Began

After being outed and bullied for being gay, Khalid Abdel-Hadi decided to change the conversation about LGBTQ people in the Arab world.

10.15.18

Meet the Teenage Girl Who Led Thousands in Protest Against Sweden’s Deportation of Afghan Refugees

The deportations haven’t stopped, but 18-year-old Fatemeh Khavari made Sweden pay attention to their struggle.

10.15.18

Ukraine's Lost Generation

Sucked into the trauma and labor of an ongoing war, Ukraine’s Millennials face uncertain prospects in a country rife with Soviet-era boomer corruption, an uneven economy, and a lack of job opportunities.

10.15.18

How a Teen Tried to Heal Her Town after Losing Two Friends to Suicide

By the end of 2016, Nina Griffiths, a teen from New Zealand, had won $10,000 in funding for a youth centre, expanded their peer-support program, and propelled the conversation about youth suicide back onto the national stage.

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