What do today's youth think about marriage? We asked students at George Washington University, and the answers may surprise you.
As the post-election Democratic euphoria wanes, Republicans in both Congress and the media are making appeals to reach the Millennial voters in time for the next election cycle.
Just 22% of millennials view Congress favorably, preferring head lice and a host of other awful things to the legislature.
From holding events to address sexual violence, to fighting alongside on-campus workers for fair wages and benefits, student activists learn as much organizing and protesting as they do in class.
The late Aaron Swartz was disappointed in Stanford's lack of an "intellectual atmosphere." But maybe a more pragmatic, hands-on education is a good thing.
Taking on extra financial strain to work for free can be a tough decision, but if you know that it's what you need to do, then you may have to bite the bullet. Being rich doesn't hurt.
A new survey finds more Americans are putting off having children or deciding not to have them altogether because they are prioritizing their professions.
Millennials tend to lean left, but both liberal and conservative members of Gen Y demand federal spending.