Racial Microaggressions is a photo project by Fordham University student Kiyun Kim that addresses the racial comments that she and her peers succumb to on a daily basis. They may not be attacks from organized
What if there was a free, fast way to feel happier every day? There is. Expressing gratitude makes people happier, according to Tal Ben-Shahar, who's famous for having taught a course at Harvard on happiness.
Your mother was wrong. Video games aren't bad for you. They're actually making your life better. Despite hand-wringing over a supposed connection between violence and video games (hint: there isn't any),
Michael Jackson’s 1983 “Thriller” remains the most popular music video of all time: a 14-minute horror spoof that changed the business. Behind the scenes it gave its star a temporary home with director
Excerpted from THE PRESIDENT’S DEVOTIONAL: The Daily Readings That Inspired President Obama, by Joshua DuBois by arrangement with HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins. Copyright © Joshua DuBois 2013.
The following is an excerpt from Daniel Goleman's new book, "Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence." Today’s children are growing up in a new reality, one where they are attuning more to machines and
President Barack Obama said Tuesday that it is “not an option” for his administration to take executive action to freeze the deportations of parents of children brought to the United States illegally,
To navigate the new workplace, Schawbel says millennials need to master a new set of rules that aren't taught in school. Advances in technology, the rise of social media, and 24/7 connectivity mean young
Yahoo just released its first transparency report, and despite what the company wants you to believe, the U.S. government is looking at a lot of people's data. In the report released Friday, Yahoo says
Are you a certified organizational ninja? It’s okay, nobody is–so steal this idea from career kickstarter Amber Rae, who shares her “Work, Play, Fit, Push” framework for getting things done while staying
The president constructed his sentences in such a way, however, that white folks were directly implicated, though rarely directly addressed. For instance, he repeatedly argued that the ensuing vigils protests
Barcelona has enough to keep the most voracious of culture vultures and self-indulgent of gourmands happy for weeks, but all those entry fees and tapas bills can mount up. Fortunately, help is at hand
First, find your tree. Then make your plan. Then be ready to adapt that plan. The first rule of treehouse building is that it all kind of depends on the tree. You can model yours on this one, or on your