One year after young voters and organizers helped propel President Obama to victory, are "Obama's youth" still active?
Concerned about global warming, students are pushing for change--in their dining halls.
As the cost of college hits the stratosphere, students are organizing to bring it down to earth.
Youth organizers have reason to hope green jobs can help change young lives.
This essay, a finalist in The Nation's Student Writing Contest, argues that the new president needs to take definitive action toward eliminating student debt.
If you want cleaner air and water and less poverty, Juan Reynosa, a community organizer with New Mexico Youth Organized, thinks you should consider environmental justice work.
This essay, a finalist in The Nation's Student Writing Contest, argues that the new president should restore workers' rights ASAP.
An activist calls for engaging youth in political life beyond the election.
Barack Obama may be able to seize the moment and push a new kind of
politics, but not unless he is pushed to do so. So here's a young voter's post-election guide, from the grassroots to the Hill.
A report from the Roosevelt Institution student policy expo.