Teen Vogue

By: Joelle Tancredi

By making the transition between a magazine solely about fashion to a publication that takes a bold stance on social issues, Teen Vogue has attracted much attention, whether it’s in the form of compliments or criticisms.  


By: Victoria Mione

Picture the hustle and bustle of Grand Central Station, and the professionalism of Wall Street. Then add in modern technology and free snacks for employees and guests. Chances are, you’re at the office of Bloomberg News.

Bring it On

By: Channing Russell

The great black leaders in this country’s history have often been seen as polarizing, certainly controversial and usually, eventually, universally revered. But they’re generally not teenagers. At 18, Princeton’s Jamaica Ponder has already begun to follow in those footsteps.

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