Posts Tagged
Youth

  • July 3, 2017 • Summer 2017, Summer Blogs • Views: 468

    Youth Unemployment in Spain

    Pre-departure to Spain...

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  • November 2, 2015 • The Globalist Notebook • Views: 968

    A Summer with Lola

    By Imran Kassam Before I met Lola, it was easy for me to see someone who looked or spoke differently and to think that they could never understand who I was as a person. After all, living in different countries, societies, and speaking...

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  • October 22, 2015 • Print • Views: 1587

    Without my Homeland: Reflections on the Exodus of Serbia’s Youth

        Anyone who believes that the optimism of youth is unassailable should pay Belgrade a visit. “Everyone wants to leave,” said Jelena, arms crossed, as she prodded the purple cushions of the lounge with her sandaled toe,...

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  • Camping With Chinese Characteristics

    June 28, 2015 • Features, Print • Views: 2956

    By Alexander Posner This summer, 29 Chinese students will board a jetliner and travel 8,000 miles around the globe. Their destination: Camps Kenwood and Evergreen, adjacent brother and sister sleep-away camps nestled in the pristine woods...

  • December 5, 2014 • Features, Print, Theme, Vietnam • Views: 1794

    Vietnam Rocks

    By Isabelle Taft It’s hard to be a metalhead in Vietnam. Your parents want you to focus on your job. Your friends think Linkin’ Park is the greatest rock band on earth. Your government is afraid you’ll incite some kind of mass...

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  • November 30, 2013 • Online Content, The World at Yale • Views: 610

    Of Songs and Secrets

    BY VISHAKHA NEGI The room was swathed in maps crafted in rich hues of orange and yellow, with representations of the world both accurate and abstract. It was in this atmosphere that Barry Gilder shared a piece of his own world view,...

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  • July 17, 2013 • Online Content, Summer 2013 Blog, Summer Blogs • Views: 832

    Growing Up

    BY CAROLINE ROUSE Mexico City is saturated with colors of youth. Pastel hopscotch paint decorates the cracked sidewalk.  Bright playground bars stand alongside abandoned buildings.  Neon soccer balls bounce across church plazas. ...

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  • March 5, 2013 • Islands, Print, Theme • Views: 3805

    Hikikomori

    BY AMELIA EARNEST On 2009, University of Michigan psychiatrist Alan Teo received an unusual phone call. The caller, a 30-yearold male, described how feelings of contempt for society had driven him into isolation. It had been three years...

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  • March 9, 2012 • The Globalist Notebook • Views: 1020

    What Matters in Criticizing Venezuela’s El Sistema?

    by Sarah Swong: Two weeks ago in Caracas, Venezuela, the Los Angeles Philharmonic was sitting in the audience instead of on stage. The American musicians watched brass bands, choruses, and orchestras of Venezuelan youth blasting horns and...

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  • October 5, 2011 • Theme, Turkey • Views: 949

    Four Men and a Muse

    Faced with a melancholy music industry, Turkish rock band Multitap wants to give Turkish youth the sound of choice. ...

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