In version 2.0 of education, kids' coding classes are a staple of the curriculum.
How Charon Darris '13 makes sure that 90 percent of students at a Brooklyn school get accepted to college.
An illustrated look at the workday of Steph Korey '15, founder and CEO of Away.
Sofia Fenichell ’96 built her company, Mrs Wordsmith, to fill a gap she saw in children's education.
As CEO of the Trevor Project, Amit Paley '11 heads the leading suicide-prevention and crisis-intervention organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning young people.
Winning, a debut film by Jacqueline Joseph ’91, looks at the careers of iconic athletes and examines what makes them shine.
At podcasting upstart Gimlet Media, Lisa Chow ’13 tells the stories.
Sallie Krawcheck ’92, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest, shares her main tip for women on investing. Krawcheck’s new book, Own It: The Power of Women at Work, is out now.