Naomi Novik’s novel “Spinning Silver,” published in 2018, is a spiritual sister (though not a sequel) to her much-lauded “Uprooted” (2016), and just as compellingly explores Eastern European folklore with her own refreshing twists.
The hometown hoedown gets cracking as Caelynn and Colton sit on a bench envisioning the three non-negotiables of their nonexistent future together: “Growing, moving forward and … getting a dog.” Colton leaps with glee as he eloquently announces, “I get to meet the fam.” Caelynn reassures Colton that she is no longer just falling in…
In its second year, the Stanford Marriage Pact saw a slightly revised questionnaire and algorithm as well as a 150 percent increase in responses from last year.
On Wednesday afternoon, an email sent by the Stanford “Marriage Pact” announced a second year of the experiment.
On Friday afternoon, Brookings Institution demographer Bill Frey discussed his research regarding the millennial generation in the U.S. Frey said that the generation’s inclusivity-oriented political views, compared to prior generations, derives from its increased racial diversity.
Goldie Grinberg ’19 and Josh Grinberg ’15 M.S. ’17 discovered that their religious values perfectly aligned when they first met at Hillel in July 2017. One year into their relationship, after Josh finished his master’s and started working for Google, they were married.
Although millennials generally meet certain life benchmarks later than earlier generations did, they don’t necessarily do so by choice, new research from the Stanford Center on Longevity suggests.
Here is a man, Reynolds Woodcock, who has treaded past his years ever so lightly, a true artiste, whose life is bespoken by his meticulous sensibilities. He treats his women like he treats his dresses: with discerning eyes, precise, brisk hands and a love so tender but not without a strain of ferocity. Only, women…