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This Week in Hot Gen Z Trends

This Week in Hot Gen Z Trends

Week of Aug 18th We’re sharing the biggest trends in Gen Z’s world this week. Want these trends sent directly to your inbox? Sign up for The Screenshot, our weekly…

ByJawwad MustafaAugust 18, 2021
The Truth About Being a First-Generation Low-Income Student at an “Elite” University

The Truth About Being a First-Generation Low-Income Student at an “Elite” University

I never believed I would go to college. As a low-income, first-generation, student of color, college was never encouraged, let alone realistic. Suddenly, I was accepted to the University of…

ByYoussef HaswehAugust 18, 2021
What I Learned During my Summer Intern Experience at JUV

What I Learned During my Summer Intern Experience at JUV

One of the hardest things for any young person to do is to find an internship that is right for them. Gen Zers are often told that we do not…

ByTatsu RiveraAugust 13, 2021
This Week in Hot Gen Z Trends

This Week in Hot Gen Z Trends

Week of Aug 9th We’re sharing the biggest trends in Gen Z’s world this week. Want these trends sent directly to your inbox? Sign up for The Screenshot, our weekly…

ByJawwad MustafaAugust 10, 2021
Celebrating a year of The Screenshot

Celebrating a year of The Screenshot

A year ago this week, the shiny new Screenshot newsletter dropped in our readers’ inboxes, and now a year later, we’ve managed to deliver our 52nd weekly shot! Amidst a…

ByJawwad MustafaAugust 10, 2021
How This School Year Might Leave Behind Disabled Students

How This School Year Might Leave Behind Disabled Students

“Did you know that your daughter, Claire, has an outstanding number of absences?”  This greeting felt as common as a “Hi, how are you?” to my mother, who would receive…

ByClaire FennellAugust 3, 2021