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January 26, 2021

When Lamar Shambley was chosen to study abroad in Seville, Spain, in 2009 through the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, he couldn’t wait to immerse himself in this new cultural opportunity. But he was also well aware of how his identity as a Black man would affect his experience, even though Barack Obama had just been inaugurated as 44th president of the United States. He recalls noticing how he was one of the very few Black students in the country, and wished that more people of color had the chance to take part in cultural exchange programs...

September 25, 2020

Following the news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death on Friday, September 18, the world saw visitors flock to the Supreme Court in the next few days to pay homage. Among many of these visitors were throngs of high school students, college students, and young adults who came to lay down flowers in her memory, take photos, and silently reflect on her work and legacy.

Teen Vogue was at the Supreme Court this past weekend to take in the scene. Some stood straight in front of the Supreme Court and gazed silently at it from a few yards away. Others slowly...

June 23, 2020

From college reopenings to what campus will look like come fall, the coronavirus lockdown has left students across the country wondering what comes next. 

 

The COVID-19 pandemic, which has already infected millions of people and killed nearly 120,000, has prompted countries to shut down borders, close businesses and schools, and start strict lockdowns to ensure people stay at home to prevent spreading the virus. Many of those who were isolated are college students...