Phoebe Bridgers Wants You to Know It's Healthy to Be Angry
Our October/November cover star is taking her indignation and demanding better.
By Lexi McMenamin
Photography by Chloe Horseman
What Role Should Influencers Actually Have in Politics?
Politicians’ efforts to work with influencers often come off as try-hard and out of touch.
By Amelia Montooth
Hayley Williams to Fans: If You Vote for DeSantis, You’re Dead to Me
The Paramore singer says she’s very comfortable talking politics.
By Teen Vogue Staff
Uganda Made Homosexuality Punishable by Death, Thanks In Part to American Evangelical Groups
The legislation comes after years of lobbying from American Christian groups.
By Caleb Ecarma
Maxwell Alejandro Frost Wants to Be a New Type of Congressman
Meet the 25-year-old congressman, jazz drummer, and organizer.
By Rita Omokha
Photography by Kendall Bessent
Black Studies Has Helped Me Understand My Chinese Family
Rather than “indoctrinating” me, it’s done the exact opposite.
By Isabella Zou
The Pacific Climate Warriors Are Fighting, Not Drowning
Young people in the Pacific can’t close their eyes to climate change.
By Taylor Weik
Why I Don’t Think Bret Stephens Should Be Our Convocation Speaker
Students don’t need another lecture on free speech from a conservative with a huge national platform.
By Kelly X. Hui
Yes, the Head of the North Carolina Democrats Is 25 — So What?
“I want to show people that young people are so capable.”
By Henry Hicks IV
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These UPenn Students Got Arrested Over a Homecoming Protest
“I still get anxiety when I think about [being arrested]. But I knew that I was doing the right thing.”
By Delaney Parks
A Complete Guide to All the Republicans Running for President in 2024
There are already a surprising number…
By Rachel Janfaza
Amanda Gorman Speaks Out After a Florida School Bans Her Poem
A single parent can silence an author.
By Elizabeth Logan
Ron DeSantis's Presidential Campaign Launch on Twitter Was a Total Mess
There were 30 minutes of technical difficulties.
By Eric Lutz
The Surprising History Behind National Masturbation Month
It started because of a 1990s political firing.
By Natalie Arroyo Camacho
How Anna May Wong Fought Against Racist Stereotypes
The first Chinese American film star had to content with Hollywood’s racism.
By Theodore S. Gonzalves and Ryan Lintelman
Will Americans Ever Be Willing to Make Personal Sacrifices for the Climate?
Some European countries have banned short flights and restricted the use of heat.
By Elizabeth Djinis
Billionaires Are Bad for the Planet — Here’s How
It literally costs the Earth to live like a billionaire.
By Rebekka Ayres
TikTok Helped Me Normalize Pay Transparency. Congress Wants To Ban It.
“How much do you make?” has always been a taboo question.
By Hannah Williams
For Some Migraine Patients, Remote Work Is a Sanctuary
The unpredictable condition can be easier to ride out at home.
By Will Peischel
Armed School Police Make Schools Less Safe for Black Girls
"When schools prioritize care over criminalization, students feel safer and more engaged."
By Sabrina Bernadel
Why Sanctions Are Known As the ‘Silent Killer’
The US uses sanctions more than any other country in the world, by a lot.
By Caroline Gray
I Was Given a Life Sentence at 16 — Art Helps Me Survive
Drawing gives me a reason to wake up every morning.
By Juan Hernandez
Voter Registration Is Too Inaccessible for Young People
We can make this process way simpler!
By Azul Jadiel Valdez Berumen
What Ron DeSantis Just Did to Trans Rights in Florida
The so-called "Let Kids Be Kids" package is a disgrace.
By James Factora
Why Are Conspiracy Theorists Worried About “15-Minute Cities”
Critics have called the idea a socialist conspiracy.
By Elizabeth Djinis