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Why Millennial Men Aren’t in the Driver’s Seat

I’ve never really gotten the car-cult thing. So far in my auto-owning life, I’ve had a Nissan, a Jeep, a Subaru, a Mercury, two minivans […]

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How Philly Can Keep Millennials in the City After They Have Kids

You may have noticed, but American cities are currently in the midst of a population renaissance. As my generation continues to ditch its cars and […]

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Young Social Networkers Admit to Tweeting, Facebooking While Using the Bathroom

If you interact with someone between the ages of 18 and 24 over social media like Facebook or Twitter, chances are you’ve done so while […]

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A Mandatory Civil Draft Could Help America

For many of us, Veterans Day has become a day off from work and an excuse to buy a new mattress.

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How America Went From the Five-O’Clock Martini to Butt-Chugging

This week, when Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert referenced the uber-viral video of Tennessee University’s Pi Kappa Alpha frat brothers standing stoically while their lawyer […]

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How to Make Money When You’re Broke in Philly

If we’re starting to see an improvement in the number of jobs out there, I ain’t seeing it. President Obama’s latest jobs numbers tout an […]

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Hey Mom and Dad, Thanks for All the Pot

The first time my dad caught me smoking pot, I was mortified. A college sophomore at the time, I had just sparked a pipe out […]

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Presidential Elections Explained for Millennials

Does anyone remember four years ago? You know, when all the 18-to-20-somethings were taking time off from school to move to Iowa and canvass door-to-door […]

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Princeton Student’s Secret Photos Expose Ivy League Entitlement

I wish I could say I was shocked by the news that a Princeton University student was arrested last Friday for taking sexually explicit photos […]

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My Generation Doesn’t Care About Being Informed

On my first day of Journalism 101 at Temple back in 2007, my professor posed a simple question to the class: “Who here reads the […]

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Massage Pillows, Milkshake Makers on Gift Registries for College-Bound

My friend Blake has been teaching in Tokyo for the past 19 years, coming back to the U.S. on most of his academic breaks. This […]

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Is Facebook Making Penn Students Binge Drink?

The University of Pennsylvania has posted the numbers for this year’s New Student Orientation, a.k.a. NSO, and alcohol-related hospital transports went up 76 percent over […]

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VIDEO: Temple Students Try and Fail at Flipping a Bus

In news that serves only to devalue my degree, it looks like a bunch of Temple students recently tried to flip over a campus shuttle […]

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Since Facebook Is Purging Accounts, We Have a Few Suggestions

Looks like the Joker won’t be poking Princess Peach again any time soon: Facebook admins have finally gone after the social network’s most insidious sub-group: […]

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There’s No Reason Sex at Penn Shouldn’t Be Out in the Open

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Ivy League Sex Showdown. In this corner, author Nathan Harden, whose new book, Sex and God at Yale, takes […]