Our generation takes amphetamines to get school work done, sacrificing our passions to social narratives of success. Now, an ongoing shortage of Adderall is beginning to affect legitimate patients of ADHD.
It’s been engrained in our culture that if young students don’t earn a degree, they’ll never be able to find a good job. With a little research and common sense, people can realize that this is not as absolute as they may have been led to believe.
SOPA has been shelved indefinitely in the House of Representatives. But its sister bill, PIPA, is still scheduled to come before the Senate. For sites planning to go dark in protest, the fight is still on.
Ron Paul has captivated Gen Y in a major way. But are his Ayn Randian politics what American kids are really looking for these days? Or is he just a symptom of a generation fed-up with an unreliable system?
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.
We’re young; we’re supposed to be skeptical. Now the challenge is to do something about our distrust.
Ten years after his election Putin faces considerable opposition from voters.
As the borders between traditional nation-states become more porous, a new global identity is forming, introducing citizens to new ideas and other ways of life.
More and more, Congress is being lead by Baby Boomers who are much more idealistic than previous generations. This is leading to bigger political head butting than we have seen in past decades.
This is what you need to know about the Stop Online Piracy Act, which many fear will lead to a slippery slope of censorship. Plus, the free porn will be gone from the Internet.