The Borders Issue 2019
The Hidden Stress of Growing Up a Child of Immigrants
Though immigrants come from a variety of backgrounds, there are certain stressors that U.S.-born children of immigrants have in common.
Vape-Related Deaths Are Scaring People Back Into Smoking Cigs
"I realized that if I'm going to die from nicotine, I'd rather have it be at age 60 from cancer than 24 from my lungs exploding or whatever."
True Self-Care Is Not About You
“Self-care” is marketed as an isolating, individual activity, but the best way to care for ourselves is to care for each other.
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You Need to Listen to More Bossa Nova
After the death of João Gilberto, one of the Brazilian genre's founding fathers, we look back on how the style's mid-century success changed pop music forever.
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Doing What You Love Is Hard: Advice from So Sad Today
It may seem that others are achieving “liberation” through following their passions, but what you might not see is the hard work behind it.
Teens Hacked Their Teacher's Computer to Change Grades for Money
"It wasn't necessarily the most legal thing, but something to do that was sort of fun."
People Are Finally Fighting Back Against the College Textbook Industry 'Scam'
Students who can't afford their course materials—along with a rogue professor—are taking on the system.
I Make $1,000 a Week Writing Essays for Lazy Students
Helping kids scam schools has turned into a full-time job for me.
How to Have Money
Once you have it there are a lot of things you can do with it. Kate Carraway is here to steer you in the right direction.
Experts Predict if AOC Will End Up Becoming President
A look back at the long history of young political stars.
The Anatomy of Empathy
Joel Salinas can literally feel his patients' pain. But as scientists are learning, there's more to empathy than just mirroring someone else.
I Helped My Friend Cheat on Her SATs and I Would Do It Again
"I wanted to dupe the system and get away with it."