From Oakland to New York, Denver to Seattle, and from Berkley to Portland, the use of violence against the almost-always peaceful protesters paints a scary picture.
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New York Magazine recently did a feature on our generation, titled “The Kids Are Actually Sort of Alright,” and it couldn’t have been more spot on.
What began as a few hundred people on Wall Street nearly a month ago has expanded to occupations in nearly every major city across the country. Backed by Gen-Y, along with the 99% of Americans struggling on a daily basis, the occupy movement is spreading and continuing to gain momentum.
Gen Y is struggling to leave home, find work, and begin a family in record numbers, and The Atlantic has dubbed us “lost.” Lexis wants you to know why that’s an over-step.
Like every drinking game, there are always variations and other ways to play, so here are a few to get you started, for those who feel like venturing out of the typical party game.
This could very well be the Obama many people have been waiting to see and could help his re-election campaign in the upcoming year.
A new innovation is gliding through the streets of Beantown, and this time it’s not those ridiculous Segways, but a new, state-of-the-art, bike-sharing program called The Hubway.
Attempts to ban or censor new and historically-renowned books are still common in our generation, some for ridiculous reasons.
Casey Anthony was found not guilty and the social media-fueled outrage has been incredible. It’s the first big trial of our generation and it’s captivated the country. So what do you think? Did she kill Caylee?
Regardless of your sparkling personality, great interview skills, or fascinating work history, your resume is a large part of whether or not you get hired.