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Millennials now largest generation in U.S., surpass Baby Boomers

Millennials, we got the power.

That’s according to U.S. Census Bureau population estimates released this month, which bottom line say Baby Boomers are no longer America’s dominant generation. 133 more words

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Millennials Outnumber Baby Boomers

By Chelsea Lacey-Mabe

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Millennials have now officially surpassed the aging baby boomer population in America according to a report published by the US Census Bureau. 181 more words

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Millennials Surpass Baby Boomers on This Key Metric

Millennials are now America’s largest living generation, overtaking the Baby Boomers for the title.

The Pew Research Center analyzed U.S. Census Burea data and found that there are now 75.4 million living Millennials. 184 more words

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Being countercultural

A few weeks ago I had a conversation that’s stayed with me. I was speaking with a group of people when someone pointed out that libraries are countercultural. 383 more words

Negative Political Campaign Ads: Effective or Not?

Melissa Nunez – General Assignment Reporter

Campaign ads serve a variety of purposes, whether their objective is to offer insight into a candidate’s platforms, or an attempt to offer criticism to those who are challenging their views. 532 more words

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Why Ayaan Hirsi Ali's Criticism of Islam Angers Western Liberals

Ayaan Hirsi Ali can recount in virtual slow motion the events of November 2, 2004—the day Theo Van Gogh, her collaborator on a film about abuse of women in certain Muslim societies, was assassinated. 1,837 more words

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What The Millennials Around Me Think About Religion -- Least religious generation yet also questions value of family

God makes me feel weird. I don’t just mean the ones that religions tell you to worship, but the concept itself. I’m just not comfortable with the possibility that some entity somewhere in the universe is watching my every move, taking decisions for me, for the people around me, deciding what happens next, following a mysteriously spectacular plan. 3,481 more words