On my daily walk to school, I get harassed. It’s part of my routine: get off the bus, get catcalled, go to school, repeat. I was told to ignore it, avoid eye contact, and move away.
Our resident prom expert Finley Davis talked with Riya Gupta, 16, and Nishka Ayyar, 17, co-founders of an app that lets teenage girls rent and lend formal and everyday wear from each other.
When a notification sounded from her phone, she froze, thinking that it was another malicious message from her attacker.
How one teen’s disaster turned into victory, and a business.
I was 14 or 15 when I started rooftopping. It’s a form of urbexing, or urban exploring, where you discover the most stunning, vertigo-inducing view — either by sitting on the edge of a skyscraper or climbing up a construction crane.
School dress codes are about more than just spaghetti straps — they may also reinforce disparities rooted in race, class, and gender.
Sexual harassment starts young. It’s hard being a teenage girl who looks older than she is. #MeToo
It’s also cool that it takes place in the Bay Area so you can drive around your own city causing havoc.
After a sleepless night of following the election results on CNN, UC Davis student Mazie Lewis, 18, watched the sun rise over Sebastopol, California, drank a cup of tea, and headed out for a run.