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Why Teens Don’t Take Your Advice | February 21, 2020 Premium

Three Things This Week 1. Tylenol Heals All Wounds What it is:A new study suggests that taking acetaminophen (aka Tylenol) could ease emotional pain. Why it’s a slippery slope: Teenagers taking over-the-counter meds for a day or two for, say, sore muscles is no big deal, right? So should we be worried if they start … Continue reading “Why Teens Don’t Take Your Advice | February 21, 2020 Premium”

A Bloody Brawl & True Masculinity | January 24, 2020 Premium

Three Things This Week 1 Miss Americana What it is: Taylor Swift has teamed up with Netflix to release a behind-the-scenes documentary on January 31 about her career from “nice girl” to political activist. Why we’re kinda skeptical: If there’s been one consistent critique throughout Swift’s career, it’s this: Everything feels orchestrated. With her synthetic … Continue reading “A Bloody Brawl & True Masculinity | January 24, 2020 Premium”

Vol. 5 Issue 46 | November 15, 2019 Premium

Three Things This Week 1. All The Star Wars What it is: The Mandelorian premiered on Monday, Jedi: Fallen Order releases today, and The Last SkyWalker is coming this Christmas. Why it’s a lot: Confused? We understand. Here’s the skinny. Jedi: Fallen Order is a video game, The Last SkyWalker is the final installment in … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 46 | November 15, 2019 Premium”

Vol. 5 Issue 43 | October 25, 2019 Premium

Three Things This Week 1. The false alarms that get kids arrested What it is: Social media posts have become an early-alert system for state officials and school administrators to be notified of potential threats. In the past year, hundreds of teens and middle schoolers have been arrested for making “threats” on Snapchat, Twitter, and … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 43 | October 25, 2019 Premium”

Vol. 5 Issue 42 | October 18, 2019 Premium

Three Things This Week 1. Fortnite: “The End” was just the beginning. What it is: Earlier this week, Fortnite brought its two-year storyline, “Chapter One” to a close in dramatic fashion. Millions of gamers watched live as the fictional island where Fortnite takes place was sucked into a virtual black hole. This black hole remained … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 42 | October 18, 2019 Premium”

Vol. 5 Issue 39 | September 27, 2019 Premium

Three Things This Week 1. How Dare You What it is: 16-year-old Greta Thunberg chastised world leaders at the U.N. with a passionate speech on global warming. Why it’s challenging: The Swedish teen activist drew criticism from political pundits for her fiery speech and borderline disrespect for her audience. She even exchanged Twitter barbs with … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 39 | September 27, 2019 Premium”

Vol. 5 Issue 37 | September 20, 2019 Premium

Three Things This Week 1. #StrikeWithUs What it is: Joining the 1.1 million kids allowed to skip school today in New York City, students all over the world are mobilizing in protest of climate change. Why it’s time to talk: Fueled by the grassroots movement Fridays For Future, students like Xiye Bastida of New York … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 37 | September 20, 2019 Premium”

Vol. 5 Issue 34 | August 23, 2019 Premium

Three Things This Week 1. Ghosted What it is: MTV’s hyping its new show Ghosted: Love Gone Missing ahead of its Sept. 10 premiere, but the Internet isn’t here (language) for it. Why it’s getting backlash: Referencing the slang for what happens when a romantic interest suddenly stops responding to all communication, the show helps … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 34 | August 23, 2019 Premium”

Vol. 5 Issue 28 | July 12, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. #NotMyAriel What it is: Black actress Halley Bailey was cast as Ariel in the live-action remake of TheLittle Mermaid, and apparently social media wasn’t happy. Why it’s maybe not what you think: Seconds after Bailey’s character was announced, #NotMyAriel started trending on Twitter. And while it’s obvious a few racists were … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 28 | July 12, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 27 | July 5, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Stranger Things 3 What it is: The nostalgic, 1980s-based sci-fi thriller returned to Netflix on July 4 for its 3rd season. Why it’s worth being aware: Rolling Stone calls these eight episodes the “most impressive season” to date (warning: spoilers). While many of the same themes dominate this newest installment, … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 27 | July 5, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 19 | May 10, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. YOLO App What it is: A brand new, third-party app that works with Snapchat to allow users to anonymously respond to other users’ questions. Why it’s huge: Skyrocketing to the number 1 free app on the iOS App Store almost overnight, YOLO once again proves teens’ desires to have space … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 19 | May 10, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 18 | May 3, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Gen Z’s First Family? What it is: In the upcoming 2020 Presidential election millennials and their Gen Z counterparts are poised to be the largest eligible voting bloc, and a Democratic mayor has their attention. Why he’s changing the conversation: This week Pete Buttigieg and his spouse are on the … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 18 | May 3, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 17 | April 26, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. We Love the Earth What it is: To celebrate “Earth Day,” Lil Dickey, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, and Ariana Grande released a climate change song and CGI video that already has over 44 million views on YouTube. Why it’s time to change the conversation: Aiming to be this generation’s “We Are … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 17 | April 26, 2019”

Vol. 5, Issue 16 | April 19, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. KIDS Act What it is: A proposed piece of legislation for better protecting young children online. Why it’s exciting: The Kids Internet Design and Safety Act is the work of the same senator who introduced the 1990 Children’s Television Act, who says that current laws should extend to content providers … Continue reading “Vol. 5, Issue 16 | April 19, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 15 | April 12, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. After What it is: A new movie coming out today (April 12) based on an awful work of fan fiction that romanticizes abusive and unhealthy relationships. Sound familiar? Some are calling the story 50 Shades of Grey for teens. Why it’s disturbing: Beyond the fact that they’ve decided to make another … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 15 | April 12, 2019”

Vol. 5, Issue 14 | April 5, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. MLK & Gen ZWhat it is: 51 years ago yesterday, Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated on his hotel balcony in Memphis, TN for championing equal rights and an end to racial segregation. Why it still matters: Though three generations separate them, Dr. King and Gen Z have similar worldviews. … Continue reading “Vol. 5, Issue 14 | April 5, 2019”

Vol. 5, Issue 13 | March 29, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. 17 + 2 What it is: Two more Marjory Stoneman Douglas students have died—this time by suicide. Why it’s heartbreaking: Recent graduate Sydney Aiello and current sophomore Calvin Desir both died by suicide within days of one another. Experts believe PTSD and “suvivor’s guilt” may have been the cause. Since … Continue reading “Vol. 5, Issue 13 | March 29, 2019”

Vol. 5, Issue 12 | March 22, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Gonna Be Like You, DadWhat it is: Pew Research has 7 key findings about how parents of teenagers feel about and manage their kids’ smartphone and social media use. Why it’s time to reboot: Besides uncovering that parents tend to be more vigilant with younger teens than older ones or … Continue reading “Vol. 5, Issue 12 | March 22, 2019”

Vol. 5, Issue 11 | March 15, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. The Gospel According to Rachel Hollis What it is: The best-selling author of Girl, Wash Your Face has a new book called Girl, Stop Apologizing that’s essentially “Christian” self-help. Why it’s a bit off: Though Hollis’ original goal of encouraging women to pursue dreams is noble, she’s mostly just created an … Continue reading “Vol. 5, Issue 11 | March 15, 2019”

Vol. 5, Issue 10 | March 8, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Rape Day What it is: After lots of backlash and a Change.org petition, video game distribution platform Steam has decided not to distribute Rape Day, a visual novel that would have let players “verbally harass, kill people, and rape women.” Why it’s a small victory: Steam has earned a reputation for … Continue reading “Vol. 5, Issue 10 | March 8, 2019”

Vol. 5, Issue 9 | March 1, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Is Momo Back? What it is: The insidious Momo Challenge, which encourages participants to self-harm and even commit suicide, is allegedly resurfacing in seemingly innocent YouTube videos. Why we need to be vigilant: Some reports say the creepy Momo character is surfacing in Fortnite- and Peppa-Pig-themed videos on YouTube Kids. … Continue reading “Vol. 5, Issue 9 | March 1, 2019”

Vol. 5, Issue 8 | February 22, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Ariana Mania What it is: This week, Ariana Grande became the first artist since the Beatles in 1964 to hold the top 3 spots on Billboard’s Hot 100. Why she’s a teacher: The songs are from her newest album, which came only five months after announcing she’d be taking a … Continue reading “Vol. 5, Issue 8 | February 22, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 7 | February 15, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Mirrorworld What it is: The next big tech platform isn’t text- or image-based. It’s not even screen-based. It’s actually a parallel world in which bytes and atoms meet, and it’s already being built. Why it’s mind-blowing: Imagine creating a 3D, 1:1-scale map of the earth, then living in that map. That’s the mirrorworld … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 7 | February 15, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 6 | February 8, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Papal Confession What it is: On Tuesday, Pope Francis finally acknowledged the global sexual abuse crisis that has haunted the Roman Catholic church for decades. Unfortunately, Protestants are equally culpable. Why it’s fixable: The Pontiff admitted the root cause lies in the church’s propensity to see women as “second-class citizens,” not holding equal status … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 6 | February 8, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 4 | January 25, 2019

1. NewsGuard What it is: A web browser extension that aims to detect fake news not via algorithm, but by having real humans review an article, the site, and even the company behind it. Why it’s a step: With unreliable sources given prominence on social media because of their ability to increase user engagement, it’s good that some are dedicated to combating … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 4 | January 25, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 3 | January 18, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Gen Z & the “L” Word What it is: Pew Research believes today’s teens may be the “most liberal” generation to date. Why it’s maybe not what you think: If you were raised in the culture war era, words like “conservative” became synonymous with morality, while “liberal” was akin to evil. But if … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 3 | January 18, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 2 | January 11, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Teens Fight Back What it is: Meme accounts on Instagram, many of which are run by teens, are spamming certain hashtags to thwart child p*rnographers’ efforts to reach more people. Why it’s innovative: The hashtags in question are seemingly innocuous ( #dropboxlinks, #tradedropbox), but the teenagers discovered that p*rnographers would covertly advertise “young boys” … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 2 | January 11, 2019”

Vol. 5 Issue 1 | January 4, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Sex Education What it is: On January 11, Netflix’s new series Sex Education will be available to binge. Why it’s a wake-up call: Sadly, most of Christian culture has been very tight-lipped on the subjects of sex and sexuality over the last few decades, except to tout abstinence and get teens to make purity … Continue reading “Vol. 5 Issue 1 | January 4, 2019”

Vol. 4 Issue 52 | December 28, 2018

2018: A Year in Review Pop culture may not imitate life, but it certainly reveals it. If you want to know what our society thinks about sex, race, gender, politics, violence, or relationships, look at pop culture. The movies, songs, advertisements, movements, social media apps, and video games function like a mirror into our collective … Continue reading “Vol. 4 Issue 52 | December 28, 2018”

Vol. 4 Issue 51 | December 21, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. Gen Z’s “Third Space” What is it: With more than 200 Million registered gamers, Fortnite now doubles as a social hang-out space for teens. Why it’s not just a game: Quartzy states Fortnite is this generation’s “third space” to connect between work and school. Students flock to “video games like pubs, coffee shops, and other … Continue reading “Vol. 4 Issue 51 | December 21, 2018”

Vol. 4 Issue 49 | December 7, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. Lauren Daigle What is it: The popular Christian singer put the Christian community in a tizzy with her recent response to the question of whether homosexuality is a sin. Why it’s polarizing: Few things divide evangelicals from both progressive Christians and pop culture more than the issue of homosexuality. Instead of fueling the fire, … Continue reading “Vol. 4 Issue 49 | December 7, 2018”

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