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How to Easily Build a Stock Portfolio from Your Phone

Have you had “Figure out finances—ack!” sitting on your mental To Do list for, like, a really long […]

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How Inequality is Motivating Young People to Take Action

Some social problems are so pervasive and historic that they seem insurmountable—like inequality. Traditionally, social and income inequality […]

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Can Quitting Facebook Make You Happier?

Right after the election, I did something I’d been wanting to do for a long time—I deleted my […]

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Why Youth Took a Stand at Standing Rock

When Minneapolis-St. Paul youth organizer Mary Anne Quiroz was first approached by some of the kids she mentors […]

Why Young Adults Aren’t Investing and How They Should Be

Money—it’s something we all have to deal with. But many of us don’t know how to do much more […]

Contact Via Smartphone Keeps Rural Communities Connected

I have some survey questions for you: How many times did you skip class as a senior in college? […]

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The Tesla Solar Roofs Are Beautiful, but Are They ‘Game-Changing’?

You might describe your partner as “beautiful” or “special,” but would you ever talk about your roof that […]

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Why Isn’t My Liberal Arts Degree Paying Off?

When I was 9 years old, I vividly remember taking a tiny key, unlocking my Jasmine-themed diary and […]

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After Election 2016, People’s Feelings Aren’t So Black and White

Reactions of voters after the election, both in real life and in exit polls, show just how polarized […]

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How to Talk About Race on Social Media

The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club. —Tyler Durden For many […]

One Muslim U.S. Veteran Talks About Service

Mohammad Zafar is a teacher, trainer, husband and father. He’s also a Muslim and a former Marine who […]

The More Confident You Are, the Better You’ll Be at Fixing Your Mistakes

If you’re less confident in a decision — your diagnosis of a patient or your choice to take a […]