Identity

What the Bronx's Lone Bookstore Means to America's Poorest Urban County
October 24, 2014

The borough’s lack of a literary institution is due to neglect, rather than disinterest.

Forcing Frats to Go Co-Ed Won't Fix Them
A solution in search of a constituency
October 19, 2014

At least at Trinity College, she doesn't exist. And that's a problem for Greek system reformers. 

Talking to the Director of the Year's Best Gay Bilingual Film
October 16, 2014

"Coming out is a universally hard thing to do."

The Mormon Church Is Building a Family Tree of the Entire Human Race
They already have 32 times the amount of information contained in the Library of Congress
October 14, 2014

They already have 32 times the amount of information contained in the entire Library of Congress.

Life With the Breast Cancer Gene Is a Hellish Mix of Anxiety and Self-Doubt
I'm poked, prodded, felt up, and scanned—and don't even know if it will stop the cancer
October 13, 2014

I'm poked, prodded, felt up, and scanned—and don't even know if it will stop the cancer.

Does The Fate of the Navajo Nation Depend on Its Language?
October 10, 2014

If younger Navajo don't speak the language, the community itself could crumble.

Dear White People, You Need To See 'Dear White People'
A Q&A about moviemaking, race, and Shonda Rhimes with the film's writer and director.
October 03, 2014

A Q&A about moviemaking, race, and Shonda Rhimes with the film's writer and director. 

Watch: Here's What It's Really Like for a Transgender Person to Transition
September 29, 2014

A transgender woman discusses the challenges she faced while transitioning, both in the workplace and in her own home. 

"What Are the Children Who Grow Up to Become Police Officers Learning in School?"
Lessons from Philadelphia's mandatory African American History classes
September 28, 2014

Here's what the black kids don't like about the class.

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