Sarah Kate on Protect Our Planet

Why Gen-Y Should Aim To Be Remembered As The One That Saved The Planet

Why Gen-Y Should Aim To Be Remembered As The One That Saved The Planet

We take things for granted every day: the beds we sleep in, the meals we eat, the cars we drive, the water we drink and the air we breathe. We take advantage of our surroundings. We cut down trees, we kill and exploit animals to feed our gluttony and then throw away what we can’t […]

Sarah Kate on Gun Control

What’s Shocking About Obama’s Gun Reform Is Its Common Sense Factor

What’s Shocking About Obama’s Gun Reform Is Its Common Sense Factor

When there have been more shootings in one country than there are days in the year, one must stop and think: How did we get here? I can’t remember the last time I watched the news without hearing about victims of the end of a barrel. How many families have lost their sons and daughters? How many innocent […]

Sarah Kate on Digital Generation

How Social Media Is Slowly Diminishing Our Capacity For Empathy

How Social Media Is Slowly Diminishing Our Capacity For Empathy

The 60s is remembered for its pubescent insubordination and refreshing upheaval. This was followed by a decade of debauchery, disco music and the Arab oil embargo. The 80s stimulated images of exuberance: pinstriped pirates egotistically swallowing up companies like Tic Tacs and pop singers with modernized mullets and parachute pants gyrating on MTV. Essentially, it […]

Sarah Kate on Love Hurts

How My Toxic Relationship And A New Eating Disorder Went Hand-In-Hand

How My Toxic Relationship And A New Eating Disorder Went Hand-In-Hand

Breakups tend to go one of two ways. They’re either remotely okay or just really f*cking terrible. Mine, unfortunately, was the latter. He hurt me in a way I never thought I'd be able to recover from. We were together for four years, when we really shouldn't have been. It was emotionally and mentally draining. This typical unhealthy relationship was […]