Princeton sociology doctoral student Megan Kang recently spent a month of Saturdays hanging out with impassioned Trump supporters in order to understand why they continue to stand with this twice-impeached, insurrection-inciter.
Toby's life was going great. He was doing amazing, fulfilling work and he had a wonderful, loving family. So when a blood vessel in his brain burst one morning, he didn't see it coming. Almost three years later, he still can't work, he might never fully recover, and his family is still living with the consequences of his stroke. This is a rare and invaluable conversation about how a person deals with his entire life coming to a screeching halt.
Even though she's still in high school, Riya has already proven herself to be a pioneering leader and grassroots organizer. As a South Asian American female adolescent, her dreams of where she'll make her mark have only been expanded by the election of Vice President Kamala Harris. She is passionate about gender equality and the environment, and attuned already to the complexities of intersectionality.
Author and award-winning Harvard Business School associate professor Laura Huang lays out what her research has revealed about what anyone can do to gain an "edge" in nearly every avenue of life.
Onishi grew up in a non-religious family as Christian Nationalism began to explode and expand in Orange County and beyond. He became a zealous convert, graduated from a Christian college, but his graduate studies revealed a more complicated world beyond his bubble. Today he is a religious studies professor who is not a Christian, but still a person of faith. He is an expert on unpacking Christian Nationalism and the rise of Donald Trump.