Matthew Li

We’ve all seen teenagers before. Whether it be on the way to school, in TV shows like Mean Girls, or at a climate strike. But the teenagers you see in America today are not the same as the teenagers born in 1963. They don’t walk around playing with Stretch Armstrongs and Great American Express Toy Train Sets anymore. Instead, they watch music videos and play games like Tiny Wings, or Instagram. If you’re a parent, there’s a nearly 100% chance your child is addicted to Tiny Wings or Instagram. 

Sophia Elfrink

Babies With Books is a student-led organization founded by Benjamin Olshin ‘21, a Junior at Catlin Gabel. The organization provides books to families in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the goal of which is to provide books to and educate families about the importance of reading in the process of development and in order to improve early literacy rates.