Identity

How Do Our Readers Think About Personal Identity?
A new survey finds that our definition of identity is as unique as our identities themselves.
December 16, 2014

How we perceive identity is as unique as our identies themselves, according to a new TNR survey.

What It's Like to Lose a Daughter to an Eating Disorder
December 15, 2014

"The most uncomfortable aspect of eating disorders is death."

Finally a Movie That Captures What It's Like to Be Asian American
December 02, 2014

We're not all kung fu masters, geishas, or child emperors.

The Major Demographic Shift That's Upending How We Think About Race
November 28, 2014

And you'll never guess where the rate of people claiming more than one race is growing fastest

Creating New Opportunities for African-American Entrepreneurs
Credit Suisse launches Entrepreneurs Circle to help African-American entrepreneurs accelerate business growth
November 26, 2014

SPONSORED CONTENT: Credit Suisse launches Entrepreneurs Circle to help African-Americans accelerate business growth.

Glimpses of a Ghetto-Free Future
Segregation is steadily declining—but whites still live in the least diverse neighborhoods
November 26, 2014

Segregation is steadily declining—but whites still live in the least diverse neighborhoods

The Suburbs: Not Just for White People Anymore
The new racial dynamics of the American dream, in three eye-opening graphics
November 24, 2014

The data that shows why lily white suburbs are going the way of the dinosaur.

Five Charts That Show Why a Post-White America Is Already Here
If you're under 18, the future is now
November 21, 2014

If you're under 18, the future is now.

Why I Helped Search for Missing UVA Student Hannah Graham
November 18, 2014

Why do we search for some missing girls and ignore the others.

Stop Obsessing Over Your College Essay—Admissions Officers Don't
But they do care what you think of their clever questions
November 13, 2014

"I literally never heard a decision made on the basis of a personal essay alone."

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