Scott Sonnon shares how to take pain and create compassion.
Kenneth Braswell would like us to imagine a world where adults and peers believe in our black youth—and how that would change things.
Teach for America corp member, Martin Byrne, discovers his true potential with the help of 40 Cleveland students.
Think adult ADD doesn’t exist? Think again. J.R. Reed looks at life with the illness and shows that it doesn’t have to control your life.
“There’s some foundational myth that adversity makes you better or stronger or whatever. That’s a nice thought, but it’s wrong.”
Twenty-five is an age of late night anxiety attacks and epiphanies, and hangovers that are beginning to last a second day.
His failure to live up to his potential feeds his regret which feeds his anxiety, completing J.R. Reed’s own Circle of Life.
Wendy Foster talks about the ways a friendship-based model of mentoring our youth can create positive change.
The only way to get good at being human is to talk to more of them. But here are tricks to carry a conversation or end it whenever you want to.
This is anything but your average “365 days of … ” project.
Just imagine the number of things that have to go right in order for a hole-in-one to happen.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a feminist in possession of respect for women must spoil everything.
William Boyle discusses the true issues behind the flaws of the American school system, and who we have really failed.
Zach Rosenberg has seen some terrible ads about incompetent fathers. This Cheerios ad is the exact opposite. Prepare to behold greatness.
A summer cleaning project digs up a man’s painful, buried memories.
I’m giving my child to you. Please return him in the same or better condition in which you receive him.
Marcus Bright calls for action in educational reform.
So many little girls have been taught to be sweet at all costs. N.C. Harrison examines the life and times of a female wrestler who broke that rule…and plenty of others.
Slow down, breathe, enjoy every moment. Learn to focus on what’s in front of you, and find peace in whatever you do.
Aaron W. Voyles reminisces about the impact of debauchery on his freshman hall.
There you see several photos proudly displayed around the room. In every single one of them they are dressed as a clown.
This teddy bear just won the internet’s heart.
Tracey Michae’l Lewis-Giggetts watched in horror as a white guy, high as a kite, got away with crashing his car and hiding his drugs right in front of the cops.
What does it look like to the other person when you can’t put your phone down while having a conversation? This video nails it.