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Hooked on Hooking Up

Hooked on Hooking Up

Laura Sessions Stepp, the author of “Unhooked: How Young Women Pursue Sex, Delay Love and Lose at Both” asks audiences at her college-speaking engagements: Would you like to bring back dating? The answer is overwhelmingly “yes.” Students are dissatisfied by the college hook-up culture. Hooking up, defined as a sexual […]

 
 

The Future of Journalism

The Future of Journalism

Lucrative will probably never describe your journalism career–but will you at least be able to nab some sort of salary? Not paying for news is fine when you’re a student subsisting mainly on ramen noodles and cheap watery beer, but what is going to happen when budding journalists enter the […]

 
 

Tweeting with the Stars

Tweeting with the Stars

Generation Y Twitter users connect to their favorite celebrities by following their tweets. Lashing Out Against Kanye Jaws dropped and boos ensued when Kanye West interrupted Taylor Swift during her acceptance speech at the Video Music Awards last month. From A-listers sitting in the audience to the millions of viewers […]

 
 

From Backyard Blogging to Front Row at Fashion Week

From Backyard Blogging to Front Row at Fashion Week

Fashion Bloggers Break Down Traditional Obstacles   Tavi Gevinson, from Illinois, describes herself as “a tiny 13-year-old dork that sits inside all day wearing awkward jackets and pretty hats.” Proud of her unique style, she instructs others to “dress however you please and embrace rude stares.” Last year Gevinson launched […]