Dear Diary: September 1, 2016Sometimes, being vulnerable can lead to good things.
Dear Diary: September 2, 2016Home: A place to poop in peace, and where nobody makes you feel othered.
Dear Diary: September 5, 2016A bombing in the city of Davao.
Dear Diary: September 6, 2016Seven tips for writing.
Dear Diary: September 7, 2016Settling into dorm life.
Dear Diary: September 8, 2016Things (and people) we fear.
Dear Diary: September 9, 2016Materialism, belonging, and kisses that count.
Dear Diary: September 12, 2016Fearful cycles.
Dear Diary: September 13, 2016"Why do some Toyota Highlanders look like Billy Bob Thornton?"
Dear Diary: September 14, 2016Moving house, confronting bullies, and crushes that return.
Dear Diary: September 15, 2016Lost on campus.
Dear Diary: September 16, 2016Setting boundaries and resurrecting the self.
Dear Diary: September 20, 2016"The hardest relationship to rebuild is your relationship with yourself."
Dear Diary: September 21, 2016Enlightenment via procrastination.
Dear Diary: September 22, 2016Building homes away from home, committing to fun.
Dear Diary: September 23, 2016Moving up, up, up.
Dear Diary: September 26, 2016Bullies, group work, and friends who speak louder than anxiety.
Dear Diary: September 27, 2016Trust is powerful.
Dear Diary: September 28, 2016Competitiveness, ego, and learning to ask for help.
Dear Diary: September 29, 2016Aware of the need for self-awareness.
Dear Diary: September 30, 2016To avoid: crashing and burning.
The HealerSkeptics called her hoodoo woman, witch, rootworker, conjurer, but the women knew her.
Screen TimeA romantic comedy, a baking show, and an important documentary to add to your queue.
The Black Film SyllabusA critical movie lover's starter pack.
Very Important ThingsA look at a documentary series on climate change by Fay Milton, the drummer of Savages.
Screen TimeA podcast, film, and documentary that we've learned from.
Screen TimeTwo TV shows and a podcast about the mysteries of life.
NOTS: No NoveltyThe band's latest single, plus a chat about not letting yourself or your work be trivialized.
Friday Playlist: Flip the TrackSongs that live on, and on, and on.
The Submissives: Do You Really Love Me?"You can do whatever you want. You can’t really make mistakes because you’re in charge."
Potty Mouth: The Bomb"We’re friends, but we’re also bandmates, business partners, and family."
The Big Moon: Beautiful StrangerA cover of the Madonna classic, plus a chat about finding new-favorite music.
Computer Magic: Gone For the WeekendListen to this song and dance, dance, dance.
Friday Playlist: Leave the Light OnTurn the music up loud and transform.
Holy Golden: BeverlyThe duo share their new music video and talk about their cosmic connection.
The Buildings: Lucid Sister"If we can inspire some kid to pick up a guitar or start a band, that would be cool."
Gabriella Cohen: Sever the WallsThe Melbourne-based musician shares a new video from her solo project.
Friday Playlist: I Feel InfiniteTurn up the music and drown everything else out.
Sad13: <2The premiere of Sadie Dupuis's new video and a chat about identity.
Bouquet: All Living RoomsThe premiere of a hopeful, haunting new song.
Friday Playlist: Existential YouthSongs for contemplating your place in the universe.
Skating Polly: Across the Caves"We need to actually compare music, and not just group bands together by nothing other than gender."
First Drafts: Solange KnowlesTo mark the release of her new album A Seat at the Table, the artist sings the first song she ever wrote.
Life Soundtrack: Robert GlasperA mix of the Grammy-winning jazz musician's favorite songs.
Editor's LetterSeptember 2016: Infinity
Daily Links: Rei Kawakubo EditionCOMME des GARÇONS could be destined for museums. Plus: A peek at Stranger Things' next season!
Daily Links: Combating Islamophobia EditionA guide to fighting discrimination. Plus: More news from around the internet.
Daily Links: Björk's Virtual Reality EditionThe icon premieres a heartbreaking digital exhibition.
Life Skill: How to Hide a HickeyFor when you don't want everyone in the hallways to know what you've been up to.
Daily Links: Protesting the Pipeline EditionNative American teens organize against environmental injustice in North Dakota.
Noone CaresAbout speaking up in class.
AfterlivesWhat does a Black future look like, when history keeps repeating itself?
Daily Links: South By South Lawn EditionPresident Obama is throwing his own culture festival. Plus: A cute video of Rihanna, and more.
A Guide to Understanding the MultiverseIt could be summer break all year in another existence.
Daily Links: Queen Sugar EditionThe TV series backed by Ava DuVernay and Oprah makes its debut.
Bad Girl Painter: Celeste MountjoyA chat with the 16-year-old artist known as Filthyratbag.
Daily Links: Climate Change EditionGlobal warming could put New York City underwater.
Daily Links: Chloe x Halle EditionThe musical duo opens up about Beyoncé and more.
Upasna Asks: Do I Have to Grow Up?Adulthood can be fun—right?
Daily Links: Pilgrimage EditionMuslims from around the world are completing Hajj.
Daily Links: Nothing to Be Ashamed of EditionSimone Biles speaks out against the recent hack of Olympic athletes' medical records.
Daily Links: Librarian of Congress EditionCarla Hayden makes history. Plus: Hijab fashion at NYFW & protesting rape culture on campus.
Daily Links: Girls Who Code EditionThe tech organization is expanding. Plus: views of the Milky Way, & more.
Daily Links: Gal-Dem EditionAn online magazine for women of color makes its print debut. Plus: More news from the ’net.
Life Skill: How to Be a (Minor) HeroA Life Emergency Kit that'll save your day, and everyone else's.
Daily Links: Marley Dias EditionRead the new zine created by an 11-year-old advocate for diverse books.
Daily Links: Privet Drive EditionAn important piece of Harry Potter history is for sale.
All Black Lives MatterThree conversations about multiple blackness.
Daily Links: Black Lives Matter EditionTwo police shootings launched protests around the country.
Daily Links: Standing Rock EditionInterviews with Dakota Access Pipeline activists. Plus: The history of black dolls, and more.
Daily Links: Know Your Power EditionAn interview with FKA twigs, a new movie starring Amandla Stenberg, and more.
Daily Links: The New Harry Styles EditionThe One Direction alum debuts a few new looks, Lupita Nyong’o freestyles, and more.
Daily Links: Activism on Campus EditionThe University of Vermont shows solidarity with Black Lives Matter. Plus: More news from around the ’net.
Always, LatelyLoss can make something new happen.
Club Thrive: Beyoncé and the Pursuit of FreedomShe inspires me to define my own life.
Daily Links: Cultural Appropriation EditionAn essay on writing and identity. Plus: Exploring introversion & life on Mars.
Why Can’t I Be You: Jenna Wortham"Never underestimate anyone or anything, especially not yourself."
Daily Links: A Seat at the Table EditionSolange releases her new album today!