In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, college activist Jacob Tobia started a campaign to benefit homeless LGBT youth in New York City — by running across the Brooklyn Bridge in 5 inch heels.
VICE magazine has launched a new video series called "Young Americans," an eight-part series about what really went down in 2012 and what young people had to say about it.
When considering who the 2012 Time Magazine Person of the Year should be, there is a clear answer. Malala Yousafzai deserves the honor for her unshakeable commitment to female education.
The only cultural or societal shift that we can fairly claim is wearing skinny jeans with skinny ties.
Malala, the young activist who was almost killed by theTaliban because of her belief that girls should have the right to an education, would be an excellent choice for Person of the Year.
Malala’s unwavering commitment for promoting girls’ education in a region where the Taliban had banned it, should nominate her for 'Time Person of the Year 2012.
We are on the doorstep of a new era in politics — one where young people matter. As the Chair of the Campaign for a Presidential Youth Council I could not be more excited.
With the cliff looming ever nearer, let us pause for a moment to consider how exactly millennials will get screwed when our leaders fail to come to any agreement.