Tori Walz, Eastern Michigan University
In a world that expects marriage and children to be everyone’s end goal, those who don’t conform are publicly judged for their private choices.
Emma Watts, University of Arizona
Get your kid some sunshine — it will definitely pay off for them in the long run.
Summer Brotman, University of California, Los Angeles
This YouTube series imagines the titular (some might say obnoxious) character of the original PBS children’s series as an adult — with the same off-putting mindset he had as a child.
Farah Javed, CUNY Baruch College
The kids cartoon is proving to be especially relevant as it provides a glimmer of hope and imagination for viewers stuck in quarantine.
Desiree Jaime, Hofstra University
We have seen countless iterations of the iconic Mattel toy over the years. Is this version just bringing in adult worries into kids’ playtime?
Caleb Dukes, Rice University
Whether it’s autism or addiction, the long-running kids show continues to engage with pressing matters in our current social and political climate.
Kaitlin Romriell, Southern New Hampshire University
Mental disabilities affect people in different ways, but it’s people’s responses that make a difference.
Haileigh Galloway, Indian River State College
This student took the spreading of holiday cheer to the next level and donated to children in need.
Sierra Emilaire, Southern Adventist University
Generation X was married with children and mortgage payments in their twenties, but millennials aren’t in the financial, political or social position to do so.
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