TNGG’s weekend series on second cities – check out Seattle.
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New statistics using the FBI’s new definition of rape will give social scientists and policy makers a better understanding of the true incidence of rape and help victims find the help they need.
Chilean students have risen up against an educational system that perpetuates inequalities between wealthy students and poorer ones. Read on to find out how they’re doing it.
This has happened before, and is not necessarily news, but why should millennials care?
It’s a tricky business, trying to give a useful present to compliment a hobby which requires light loads, self sufficiency, and careful planning.
When Knox finally lands in Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, she will return to a place she has not seen in four years: Seattle. By all signs, it is a place ready to welcome her back.
Religion will be an important factor in the 2012 election because many Millennials believe it is a barometer for decision making.
How great do you think America is? Are we still the greatest country in the world? Gen Y may be humbling the traditionally pompous nature of Americans when it comes to nationalism.
They’re social, cheap, and fun. Throw a potluck as your next party and use these tips to make it the best it can be.
The United Nation’s UN Women agency released a report with some surprising finds about gender equality all over the world.