Plus, how oil rules us, the woman who mapped the ocean floor, stories from Junot Diaz about lovers, of geology and Christianity’s close ties, and teacher Tony DanzaBy JOANNE LATIMER, Brian Bethune, KATE LUNAU, ANDREW STOBO SNIDERMAN9 min
University may be a time of intellectual and personal growth, but it ain’t easy. As “The broken generation” (Society, Sept, 10) indicates, the majority of students experience periods of sadness, loneliness, anxiety and exhaustion.
HANNA ROSIN, an award-winning American journalist, began investigating the developed world’s new socio-economic order in 2009, after the Great Recession hit the U.S. and the year female employment began to outstrip that of men. Rosin gathered the various strands of profound change—women dominating higher education and the fastest-growing economic sectors, the destruction of traditional middle-class marriage, and even women’s increasing aggression and violence—into her new book, The End of Men and the Rise of Women.By Brian Bethune7 min
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