Anne Helen Petersen’s new book “Can’t Even” interrogates the lies millennials were told about having it all. Ko Bragg Originally published by The 19th In the middle of writing her new book, “Can’t Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation,” Anne Helen Petersen spent a week camping in the Swan Valley in her native Idaho. […]
In some ways, the events of 2020 may end up transforming the workplace for good, organizational psychologist Songqi Liu argues.
The less we know about what is expected of us in a given situation, the more likely we are to act selfishly, researchers report. This applies both to our degree of financial generosity, as well as to the extent to which we adhere to coronavirus guidelines, according to the new study. The researchers conducted what are […]
Martin Abel, Middlebury Imagine that your boss Ethan calls you into his office. He expresses disappointment in your recent performance and lack of commitment. How would you react? Would you accept the feedback and put in more effort? Or would you pout in your office and start looking for a new job? Now, would your […]
Ashley Smart When Shirley Malcom decided in 1963 to forego the University of Alabama, the still fitfully integrating school just 50 miles from her native Birmingham, and instead enroll at the University of Washington in Seattle, she says she ended up being the only Black person among 800 zoology majors. Eventually, Malcom says, another Black […]