Ever wondered what it would be like to study whatever you want? A free education makes that possible.
While “fast fashion” is partly to blame for the poor working conditions experienced by female garment workers, women are also the ones pioneering the sustainable fashion alternative.
Health tracking apps for women are on the rise, like Ida Tin’s “Clue,” an app that allows women to track their periods.
LearnVest Founder Alexa von Tobel on economic security and the psychology of money.
Kelly Reichardt’s indie film “Wendy and Lucy” stars Michelle Williams as Wendy, a young woman on the search for a better life with her only friend, a dog named Lucy.
Sarah Gerard’s collection of essays is part-memoir, part-investigative journalism about the darker sides of Floridian life.
What Randi Delano discovered was life-changing. Traveling on a dime was easier and actually cheaper than her life in New York—so much so that she was able to turn travelling into her full-time job.
Bitcoin isn’t just a pastime for restless tech nerds: it’s a game-changing technology that is creating a global payment network for all individuals, regardless of race, gender, or socio-economic status.
Along with all a new format, we still have the same sharp content, like New Yorker staffer Lauretta Charlton’s essay, “Banking on the Women’s Health Business,” about the financial possibilities in apps that focus on the female body, or travel blogger Randi Delano’s advice for seeing the world on a dime.