How can you completely let go of the only people who speak and look and party like you, especially when there are only a few in a place that is so unfamiliar?
“How do you deal with parents who don’t trust you with your significant other? Sex is the farthest from my to-do list, but they can’t grasp that.”
This new advice column is for those of you who don’t know who to turn to when you are curious or confused.
Women of all ages brought their daughters to Saturday’s March for Women and Social Justice in downtown Atlanta to educate and inspire them.
I like to compare Obama’s presidency with how my mom takes care of me and my siblings. Theoretically, the rest of the nation would be my siblings. Obama nurtured and looked after America, just as my mom nurtures and looks after me.
I am so thankful that you take care of yourself every single day. I am so honored to become you. The most powerful thing you are showing me is what is possible with our life. I can’t wait to meet you.
Riven Mendoza, 17-year-old valedictorian of the Class of 2017 at Creekside High School, is a first-generation citizen whose parents immigrated from Mexico Riven sat down with VOX to discuss the realities of being a first-generation citizen and a Mexican valedictorian at a predominately black school.
Playgrounds aren’t just for children anymore. Modern playgrounds are sustainable, interactive and generally pleasant to look at, and it’s for these reasons that they are art.
Rebecca, VOX staffer, shares stories from her family’s summer travels. She’s gone from the nation’s capitol to Broadway to Eastern Europe. Wow, Prague left me speechless. To say that it is the most romantic and beautiful city in the world is an understatement. Imagine if all of the most famous and trip-worthy cities got together to […]
Lakeside student Victoria, 15, brings “Sandcastles and Bottles” to Brave New Voices 2016. “This was my passion/Writing was my addiction/Drinking was his own’…”