Slogans might galvanize us into action, but they won’t lead us to meaningful solutions, writes Sanjana Friedman.
My universe rests on a set of simple premises. If it makes me happy, it is good. If it makes me sad, it is bad and will not last forever, writes Sanjana Friedman.
Of course, the appeal of video games transcends “living life at low stakes.” They also allow us to construct and inhabit different versions of ourselves, writes Sanjana Friedman.
Then, we’ll catch a whiff of Axe body spray and remember Mr. Ron and the American Revolution and resisting drugs and waiting for the bell, writes Sanjana Friedman.
Must we continue to glut ourselves on the news, writes Sanjana Friedman. Aren’t we all on the verge of losing our minds?
n the grand drama of Progress, young people have always played the role of unwitting guinea pigs. Maybe in 30 years we’ll take stock of the damage done to our sensibilities and swing the pendulum backwards.