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We Asked Teens If 'Euphoria' Is Realistic

"Teen life is no longer just frilly skirts and bubblegum; it is distorted and perplexing and corrupt and it is only just getting worse."
DeAsia Paige
7.30.19
inequality

Young People Are Poorer Than Ever and Government Programs Are Failing Them

A new study finds that the social safety net leaves out the youngest workers.
Allie Conti
6.7.19
zepeto

Zepeto Is the Avatar-Based Social Network for Teens That’s Dominating the App Store

In 2018, the equivalent of an AIM away message is using a 3D avatar to floss and dab.
Caroline Haskins
11.27.18
Sex

We Asked Millennials Why Young People Are Having Less Sex

Medications, anxiety, STIs, high standards, and all the other reasons younger generations aren’t boning.
Mica Lemiski
11.16.18
Important Questions Raised By...

Kids Don’t Know How CDs Work – Is That a Bad Thing?

"Maybe its just the generation Z in me but how did people burn CDs?" asks a 17-year-old. "Like how did you just get a blank CD and put songs on it?"
Ryan Bassil
10.25.18
Money

We Asked Gen Z About Their Spending Habits

“It always comes back to food.”
Rebecca Gao
5.30.18
Money

Generation Z Is Smarter About Money Than You Are

The post-millennial generation is all about saving money, finding the best deals, and planning for the future.
Becky Ferreira
3.29.18
uh, sure, whatever

Vikings Introduce New Gen Z Consultant, Which is a Thing, Apparently

As an 18-year-old, I always wanted to play with Wario, too.
Sean Newell
9.13.17
Millennials

Gen Z Tells Us What They Really Think of Millennials

The TBD generation reviews the Me Me Me generation.
Justin Caffier
3.16.17
Narcomania

Gen Z Is Too Busy to Drink or Do Drugs

The number of teenagers in the UK using illegal drugs has halved since 2001.
Max Daly
2.2.17
Stuff

What Happens When Millennials Grow Up?

We spoke to a bunch of experts about what life might look like for us when we're all middle-aged.
Hannah Ewens
10.13.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Millennials Now Outnumber Baby Boomers So Watch Out Old Man

There are now roughly 75.4 million millennials living in the US.
Gabriella Lewis
4.26.16
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