Pregnancy beats cane! Pregnancy beats cane! The highlight of a smile-inducing subway story.
The Center for the Study of Brooklyn at Brooklyn College and the Brooklyn Community Foundation are pleased to release the first ever Brooklyn Neighborhood Reports. Over 600 pages in total, each of the 19 new reports- one for each of the borough’s 18 Community Districts, and one for all of Brooklyn- include over 90 indicators that explore 9 different theme… Continue reading Announcing First Ever Brooklyn Neighborhood Reports
I recently had the pleasure of attending two sessions at the Mobilize.org Millennial Summit with ~100 other Millennials with do-gooder visions and pragmatic solutions. Some, like Daniel, Mike, and Lana, already are making a huge dent in leading our generation to make giving a habit with substantial impact, and others like Marc, who have done some neat… Continue reading Millennials with Gumption
Not the most uplifting post, but I agree with the author and appreciate her raw points. Well worth a read, but heads up that there might be a pit in your stomach after. Make sure to read the comments, too.Why Millennial Women are Burning Out at Work by 30
You’ve heard this argument over and over from the ‘left’ or from transportation, engineering and economics experts. I am neither ‘left’ nor ‘right.’ I’m 25. THANK YOU, Jared. Way to get the right voices heard in the mass transit debate.
THERE'S A 95 YEAR OLD SPRINTER?!?!?!