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At 29 years old, Elaine Welteroth became the youngest editor-in-chief in Condé Nast history when she was chosen to lead Teen Vogue. Under her guidance, Teen Vogue began to focus its coverage on politics and social issues. At 31 years old, the fashion mogul left her position with the magazine to add more diversity and social justice activism to her résumé. Ball Bearings sat down with Welteroth to gain a better understanding about her views on activism and how she earned the reputation she proudly wears today. Here’s what she had to say.
Becky Hammons was 36 years old when she decided to have her second child.
The flag hangs correctly on the flagpole in the yard. It’s not touching the ground, the staff is angled just right, and the screws are tightened to keep the staff in place.
“I’m Ross, this is Sam. We’re The States. We’re gonna play some new shit for you guys tonight.”
Justin Terry-Smith grinded his teeth down on the cotton swab the doctor gave him. His best friend sat in the room with him for moral support.
Siarah Drumheller loves the flexibility that comes with homeschooling. Since switching to online classes for her senior year of high school, she now spends about three to four hours on her school work, rather than spending seven hours in school. Siarah can wake up at 9:30 a.m., head to work until 1:30 p.m., and begin her school work at 2 p.m. She’s finished around dinner with enough time left in the evening to hang out with her family, friends, or boyfriend.
With the increase of violent attacks since 9/11, many Americans have experienced a change in their perceptions on guns and gun laws. But these perceptions vary across race and gender.On September 11, 2001, the United States experienced terrorism on its own ground for the first time. Americans were shaken by this event, and it opened many of their eyes to the violence that could happen, and would happen in the years to follow.
Former classmates of 19-year-old Akram Musleh claim that he seemed to be an average American-Muslim teenager living in Brownsburg, Indiana. He wore Jordans, spoke English, and mostly kept to himself.
The alarm goes off three times, and Michelle Jarrett presses snooze after each. Just five more minutes, she thinks. On the third ring, she forces herself to get out of bed. It’s about 5:30 in the morning, and Michelle has to be at her first job at seven.
Evan Andreae sat in his three-and-a-half-hour lab for organic chemistry last spring knowing how unhappy he was. While the other chemistry majors around him worked diligently on their latest lab, the realization dawned on him that he couldn’t go through his life doing something that he wasn’t passionate about.
Shelby Sparkman didn’t have a bed.
It’s no secret that secondary education is expensive. More than half
of students today think they aren’t getting the most bang for their
buck, according to a Pew Research study. Millennials find themselves
facing a choice: to spend the money to pay for university, to take the
financial aid, or to immediately enter the workforce after high school.