Day-to-day life can certainly have its frustrations. But as this short video based on David Foster Wallace’s brilliant commencement speech reminds us, we have the power to choose how we think about any trying situation—and change it for the better.
The parade is over, the balls are finished, and it’s officially back to business in Washington. And at the top of the list is tackling the nation’s debt problem. Lost when it comes to all things debt and ceiling related? We’ve got you covered.
Once you have a few years of work experience under your belt, you’ll likely find friends or colleagues coming to you for letters of recommendation. Don’t be nervous—just follow these tips for writing a strong, supportive letter.
Are you passionate about combatting human trafficking—and wondering if you could turn it into a career? In this mini-series, learn about the career paths of three women who work to end modern-day slavery around the world.
Every good book needs a good ending. And while the words “The End” can have a painful ring, those last lines can also be evocative and incredibly powerful. If you’ve always been intrigued by last moments, these readings are for you.
Millenials have been oft-criticized as being lazy, entitled, and unprepared for the workforce, but Elisabeth Kelan thinks critics have been dismissing the generation too soon. We sat down with Kelan and got her take on what sets members of Gen Y apart.
This week, check out a new spiritual guide from the funny Anne Lamott, the most recent reading list from super librarian Nancy Pearl, a forthcoming novel from scholar Sarah Churchwell, and an old favorite from the rebellious film icon Louise Brooks.