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5 Femvertising Companies Using Their Profits For Good

Photo credit - Always #LikeAGirl campaign

By DEBORAH LUBANGA For a long time feminism seemed like a “dirty word” that often evoked images of hairy, man-hating women.  But recently this negative stereotype has begun to fade.  In fact young celebrities, like Emma Watson and Lena Dunham, have made feminism seem “cool.”  And companies have found a […]

 
 

The Millenial and the Never Ending Pursuit of Happiness

The American Psychological Association reports that more college students and teenagers are  more stressed than their adult counterparts.

The Millenial and the Never Ending Pursuit of Happiness By: SARAH SKIRMONT It’s Sunday morning in midtown Manhattan. While some New Yorkers are just rising from their deep slumber, NYU student Deborah Lubanga is boarding the 4 train to attend church services. Dressed casually in “jeans and a relatively nice […]

 
 

Millennials & Activism: Ferguson

By DIANA TAO

 
 

Millennial Moment: Screen Attachments

BY MIA TAPER Eight millennials talk about their attachments and interactions with screens on a daily basis and how this generation is affected by the influx of technology.

 
 

3 Recipes for the Millennial Kitchen

By LILY STARBUCK    

 
 

From DREAM Act to DREAM Teams

From DREAM Act to DREAM Teams

By DIANA TAO At the corner of East 13th Street and Fifth Avenue, a group of around forty students stand next to each other holding cellophane-wrapped white roses and palm-sized tea lights. The students quietly huddle around the outside of the New School University Center as they create a vigil […]

 
 

Innovative Distance Learning Programs: Making the Cloud the Classroom

Innovative Distance Learning Programs: Making the Cloud the Classroom

By EMILY WOOD Elizabeth Steffel, a motivated student with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Development, knew that she wanted to attend a top-notch college to pursue her masters in social work. Married and in her late 20’s with a baby and a toddler, Steffel feared she would […]

 
 

Defying The Generation Y Stereotype: College Millennials with Careers in Art

Defying The Generation Y Stereotype: College Millennials with Careers in Art

BY MIA TAPER Unemployed, lazy, and broke. That’s how the media portrays millennials. Let’s face it: millennials, don’t often get positive posts in the news or great depictions in film and television. They’re painted as a debt-filled, job-hopping, financially unstable, yet optimistic generation. Generation Y has often been referred to […]

 
 

The Fight is Not Over

The Fight is Not Over

By LILY STARBUCK Where one millennial stands on abortion rights. And why she’s still fighting. Sylvia Abdullah greeted shoppers at the entrance to a cramped, sun-filled pre-war apartment in the heart of Soho. She maneuvered her way past an overflowing coat rack and over boxes, bags, and piles of second […]

 
 

Getting Dressed for Work: 3 DOs and DON’Ts That Will Help You Get Ready for Any Office

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By LARSON BINZER- In the relationship between millennial employees and middle-aged employers, determining what constitutes “professional” has never been as difficult as it is in today’s age of casual Fridays and sneaker-suit combos. However, there are some timeless tricks that will help you dress for any office. The Formal Office […]