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Life After Student Loan Debt

As the Biden Administration makes moves on the student loan debt crisis, Lacy M. Johnson writes about the extraordinary relief of debt forgiveness.

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Elly Karamoh Styles the House of Harvey

The stylist to both Lori and Steve Harvey talks creation, inspiration, and innovation with the fashionable family.

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Hailey Bieber Is Ready for Anything

Hailey Bieber has been thrown some curveballs this year, including a serious health scare. But the model, style star, and newly minted beauty mogul...

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These Are Bazaar's 2022 Icons

All under the age of 30, they are redefining what it means to make an impact on the world.

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Abortion Care is Part of My Faith

As a Black Muslim woman, Olivia Jobe sees a connection between the freedom of her faith and her freedom of choice.

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It's Time For Eternal Girl Summer

An ode to the messy girls who don't want to grow up.

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A Ballet Corps Stranded in Paris

For members of the Kyiv City Ballet, performance has become a matter of survival—but also an act of resistance

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On With the Show

The return this year of live performances wasn’t just welcome, it was transformative, as actors, dramatists, dancers, musicians, comedians, and...

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A Message to the Millennials About to Turn 40

Society has a vested interest in telling women that aging is terrible. Don’t believe it.

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Tessa Thompson Takes Her Time

The actor and producer's never been obsessed with chasing megastardom. But she's achieving it—on her own terms.

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We Came for the American Dream. It's Now a Tragedy.

I thought that by moving to this country, my family was leaving behind the possibility of early, needless death. Now I know I was wrong.

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The Last Free Woman

Nan McTeer lived and loved in queer 1950s New York and Texas, marrying a gay man and later a woman along the way. Hugh Ryan finds liberation in her...

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The Sports Bra Gave Us the Freedom to Compete

Fifty years ago, Title IX changed the history of women’s sports. The sports bra rose to the challenge of this brave new world.

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The Limitless Vision of Virgil Abloh

With a revamped retrospective set to arrive at New York's Brooklyn Museum, the late artist and designer's collaborators open up about why — and how...

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What Could Have Saved Oluwatoyin Salau?

Two years ago, at the height of the George Floyd protests, 19-year old activist Oluwatoyin Salau was murdered. Her story reveals the complications of...

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Home of the Brave

In 2020, in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, Joela-Abiona Rivera and Qween Jean organized over a year's worth of protests in defense of Black...

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A First Lady Undeterred

A pandemic. A war. A country at its breaking point. Dr. Jill Biden has faced it all with the grace and conviction that has guided her all her...

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Grieving and Healing Through Creative Communion

Art can help us recover from tragedy. But in a world awash in heartbreak, how do we ensure its restorative possibilities reach all who need them?

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What Words Can I Say to Declare That I'm Gay?

A gay Gen-X dad is caught between the gentle scolding of his woke, Gen-Z twins and the rise of state censorship, like Florida's "Don't Say Gay" law.

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6 Indian American Women Who Are Charting Their Own Creative Paths

From a NASA engineer-turned-artist to a beauty entrepreneur, they've broken from cultural career expectations to pursue their passions.

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