The Danger of Donating Clothes Culture While charity is often considered the highest virtue, donating used clothes has the power to destroy the economies of developing nations. Rohan Batlanki 8/18/2017
The Pundits and Politicians Are Wrong About Healthcare Culture Opinion: A change in perspective is necessary if we wish to get a handle on America’s healthcare problems. Zach Milne 8/16/2017
The Mind’s Maze Culture “Happiness can be found in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.” Priya Sanyal 8/8/2017
Tony Bennett Turns 91 Culture Tony Bennett, known for his crooning, mellow voice, turns 91 today.  Shreya Saxena 8/3/2017
Tobacco Use Is Holding Back the Developing World Culture Tobacco use is the leading single cause of preventable death worldwide. Elisa Moore 7/26/2017
D.W. Griffith: A Complicated Legacy Culture D.W. Griffith might have transformed modern cinema, but his legacy is tainted by bigotry. Shreya Saxena 7/23/2017
The First Woman to Win Math’s Highest Award Dies at 40  Culture “A genius? Yes. But also a daughter, a mother and a wife.” Kamyar Yazdani 7/19/2017
Examining the Indian Practice of “Dowry” Culture “Wanted! Young, slim, fair, soft-spoken girl. No dowry.” Shreya Saxena 7/18/2017
Abortion Laws Vary Across the Globe Culture Abortion is a contentious issue, and different countries deal with it in different ways. Jonathan Reed 7/17/2017
The Truth about Opioids Culture Combating an opioid epidemic of this scale is no small task, but there are solutions. Huan Tri Nguyen 7/12/2017
Personal Essay: The Value in Traveling Culture How do young people benefit from getting out of their houses and exploring the world? Priya Sanyal 7/6/2017
Are Smartphones Dumbing Us Down? Culture On the iPhone’s tenth anniversary has our obsession with using our smartphones made us less thoughtful or quick on our feet? Nikhil Sridhar 6/29/2017
Did You Know Jefferson Davis Has a “Presidential Library” in Mississippi? Culture Every President since Herbert Hoover has received an official, federally-funded presidential library. The only President of the Confederacy now has one too. But it’s supported by the State of Mississippi instead. Staff 6/21/2017
Personal Essay: the Self-Centeredness of Generation Z Culture In the age of social media, are young people more concerned with the number of likes on their Facebook posts and their number of Instagram followers than living authentically? Priya Sanyal 6/20/2017
Uber Is Far from Alone When It Comes to Sexual Harassment Culture Uber isn’t perfect, but many other companies are just as bad. Alexis Datta 6/16/2017
Does the New NFL Concussion Protocol Go Far Enough? Culture Career-ending head and neck injuries are well-documented such as the case of Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett. But what is the cumulative effect of milder head collisions over years of play in the NFL? Siddharth Kapoor 6/7/2017
Remembering Jimmy Piersall, a Success Story in Overcoming Mental Illness Culture Jimmy Piersall triumphed over mental illness to pursue a successful career as a MLB player and then broadcaster. Alex Baltzegar 6/4/2017
A Look at Europe’s Only Muslim-Majority Nation on the Anniversary of its Independence Culture On May 30, 1913, Albania became an independent country. Today, it is Europe’s only Muslim-majority nation. Ashley Wang 5/30/2017
Is India Really the “Rape Capital of the World”? Culture Sexual assault is indeed a problem in India, but is rape actually more common in India than in the West? Social pressures, however, are a big factor in whether or not rapes are reported. Pranav Prakash 5/28/2017
Is It Time to Rethink the “One-and-Done” in College Sports? Culture Is the NBA’s rule requiring players to spend at least one year in college another example of a well-intended policy gone bad? Siddharth Kapoor 5/27/2017
This Company Has Been Called India’s Most Promising Start-Up Culture If this Indian start-up catches on, could banks become irrelevant? Arin Gerald 5/25/2017
“The Quiltmaker’s Gift” and Living with Cerebral Palsy Culture I live in a facility for people with disabilities called Inglis House in Philadelphia. Many young people visit my nursing home. To them, spending a day with me probably does not seem like a very big deal, but to me, it means everything. Thomas Nordeman 5/9/2017
The Power in Photographing Tragedy Culture People often want to help others in the abstract but never quite get around to it. Can we use photography to encourage them to start helping? Erich J. Prince 4/29/2017