Newly minted non-profit Tuo-Be Youth Development Foundation held a panel discussion March 17 to discuss adolescent behavior. Throughout the meeting, panelists and the audience discussed how parenting can affect the behaviors of teens.
This semester, VOX Investigates takes a deep dive into teen dating violence. According to loveisrespect.org, an organization dedicated to combating dating violence, one in three teens is a victim of sexual, physical, verbal or emotional abuse stemming from an unhealthy dating relationship. Sometimes, unhealthy relationships can be ingrained in our thinking through various mediums, including […]
Spring is finally here and that means spring break is near. That also means a week off from school with no homework, no projects and no tests (unless you have the teacher that loves to assign work over breaks). But most importantly, if you are lucky enough, you can get out of town! When I […]
With the contentious presidential primaries at their climax, it is unsurprising that many teens may not be aware of another pressing international issue: the Zika virus.
As the film community continues to respond to Chris Rock boldly speaking out on the topics of racism and diversity, let’s take a look back at five moments when celebrities used the Oscars to speak out on social and political issues.
I guarantee that you will yourself ask if Mookie does the right thing and what the impact of his actions will have on his entire community.
Buggin’ Out has choices to make — whether to use MLK’s non-violent methods and boycott the restaurant or use Malcolm X’s methods and be confrontational.
Michael Foster takes a look at what it would mean for Georgia to seriously consider legalizing marijuana.
On a rainy, cold afternoon eight metro Atlanta teens are on their way to meet five-time Grammy winner CeeLo Green. On the drive to Terminal West downtown, the teens have been encouraged to play the singer-songwriter’s new game app “Ceelo’s Joyride” with a promise of a very special prize for the person who unlocks the […]
I stepped out of the elevator at the High Museum of Art and was greeted by a wall with small bios on two influential artists of the 20th century. I was attending the press conference for the Jean-Michel Basquiat and Vik Muniz art exhibition which opened to the public February 28. Before being able to […]