Nuance
10.16.18
The New York Times Magazine

Does This Moment in History Call for More ‘Nuance,’ or Less? Focusing on subtleties makes sense when you’re engaged in a conversation. It may be less useful when that conversation turns into a battle.

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Friendship Bench
10.16.18
Mosaic

How a Wooden Bench in Zimbabwe Is Starting a Revolution in Mental Health In the early 2000s, when there were just two psychiatrists serving over 12 million people, Zimbabwe had to get creative to treat depression. Now, one bright idea – the Friendship Bench – is spreading far and wide.

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Millennials
10.09.18
The New York Times Magazine

How Much Power Do ‘Millennials’ Actually Have? Depending on who’s speaking, it’s either a generation of the downtrodden or a demanding, implacable horde.

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Toxic
10.02.18
The New York Times Magazine

When Did Everything Get So ‘Toxic’? We use the term to connect people to the societal ills that permeate our lives. But why should one person shoulder the blame for systemic problems?

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Shock
09.25.18
The New York Times Magazine

First Comes the ‘Shocking’ News. Then Comes the Navel-Gazing. A firehose of news (and reactions to it) keeps many of us in a state of alarm. Does that make us more sensitive to the world around us, or less?

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