The Millennial Generation
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February 19th, 2019
family climbing the golden staircase
By: Jen Doll – harpersbazaar.com – February 12, 2019 In 2011, my parents gave me a sum of money that was both outrageous and, in the real estate terms of major cities, quite reasonable: 10 percent down on the 250-square-foot apartment I still own in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. While I was conflicted about taking it, there wasn’t much of a question about...
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February 13th, 2019
Gathering
By: Kate Shellnutt – christianitytoday.com – February 6, 2019 Millennials used to be the group that churches and ministries were angling to evangelize. Now, all grown up and poised to overtake Baby Boomers as the largest generation, they’re the ones doing the evangelizing. At least they should be. But new research from Barna Group and the creators of the Alpha...
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February 6th, 2019
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By: Anita Roman – fox10phoenix.com – February 3, 2019 Trends come and go, and they say looks fade, but one generation is making a bigger effort that others to change that. “Yeah the millennials are more into coming in for skin care treatments,” said Dr. Margaret Husami with Derma Health Skin and Laser. Millennials are defined as individuals born between...
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January 30th, 2019
HUSTLE-illo-promo
By: Erin Griffith – nytimes.com – January 26, 2019 Never once at the start of my workweek — not in my morning coffee shop line; not in my crowded subway commute; not as I begin my bottomless inbox slog — have I paused, looked to the heavens and whispered: #ThankGodIt’sMonday. Apparently, that makes me a traitor to my generation. I...
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January 16th, 2019
young woman in a pew in church
By: Griffin Paul Jackson – christianitytoday.com – January 15, 2019 Slightly fewer young adults are dropping out of church after high school, but those who do have more serious reasons for leaving than a decade ago. In a 2017 LifeWay Research survey released today, 66 percent of Americans between 23 and 30 years old said they stopped attending church on...
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January 8th, 2019
father-son silhouette
By: David French – nationalreview.com – January 7, 2019 Yesterday afternoon, immediately after the Dallas Cowboys’ hard-fought victory over the Seattle Seahawks, Fox’s Erin Andrews interviewed Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott. She asked Elliott what he thought when he saw Prescott take off for a key run that set up the winning touchdown. “It’s simple,” Elliott...
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January 8th, 2019
burned out matches
By: Anne Helen Petersen – buzzfeednews.com – January 5, 2019 “I tried to register for the 2016 election, but it was beyond the deadline by the time I tried to do it,” a man named Tim, age 27, explained to New York magazine last fall. “I hate mailing stuff; it gives me anxiety.” Tim was outlining the reasons why he,...
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December 26th, 2018
"On The Basis Of Sex" Washington DC Screening
By: Peter Canellos – politico.com – December 25, 2018 The new Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic “On the Basis of Sex” begins grandly, with an all-male chorus singing “Ten Thousand Men of Harvard,” the university’s storied—and flagrantly sexist—fight song. The men sing in that peculiarly reverential tone used for a collegiate alma mater, their creamy tenors caressing every syllable. On the...
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December 26th, 2018
Millennials
By: Neil Munro – breitbart.com – July 23, 2018 Millennial men pay 2.5 times as much for college, have triple the debt, have half the chance of being married, fewer kids, and are much less likely to own a home, according to the data presented by Axios. Harry Stevens✔ @Harry_Stevens Over the last 4 decades, young Americans have paid more...
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November 30th, 2018
Drug paraphernalia
By: Mike Strobbe (& Federica Narancio) – stream.org – November 29, 2018 Suicides and drug overdoses pushed up U.S. deaths last year, and drove a continuing decline in how long Americans are expected to live. Overall, there were more than 2.8 million U.S. deaths in 2017, or nearly 70,000 more than the previous year, the Centers for Disease Control and...
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