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The Life of a South Central Statistic

My cousin became a convicted felon in his teens. I tried to make sure he got a second chance. What went wrong?

The Fight Over Women’s Basketball in Somalia

Despite threats from extremists, a league tries to stay on the court.

F.A.Q.s

Phoebe found the house almost unchanged. Same furniture, same couch cushions worn out in the same old places, practically the same stack of magazines. Phoebe’s parents, Melanie and Dan, looked just as

“Likes”

“The dad scrolled through his daughter’s Instagram account, looking for clues.”

“The Sinking of the Houston”

“When I became a parent of young children I also became a purposeful and relentless opportunist of sleep.”

Shin Guards and Tampon Talk at Lincoln Center

Sarah DeLappe’s “The Wolves” takes teen-age girl talk to a soccer field at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre.

Teen-Ager Tries to Unseat New York State Senator, When He Isn’t Smashing Laptops

Stuyvesant’s Tahseen Chowdhury is looking beyond high school.

A Midwestern High Schooler’s Intimate, Imperfect Portrait of Adolescence

Eren Orbey writes about the young photographer Colin Combs, whose unvarnished photographs capture the insouciant dignity of a group of skaters and artists coming of age in Dayton, Ohio, sometimes

Sign Here, Mom and Dad: Parkland Teen-Agers Craft a Gun-Control Contract

With Parents Promise to Kids, two students move beyond #NeverAgain.

The Teen Vlogger Jake Paul Adopts a New Persona, with the Help of Marco Rubio

Naomi Fry writes about the YouTube star Jake Paul’s new video, “It’s Time to End School Shootings,” in which he interviews a Parkland shooting survivor and Senator Marco Rubio.

Outside Voices

Sloane Crosley writes about an ongoing confrontation with her neighbors in the West Village, in an essay adapted from her forthcoming collection, “Look Alive Out There.”

The Chaste Optimism of “Love, Simon”

Doreen St. Félix reviews “Love, Simon,” directed by Greg Berlanti and starring Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel, and Keiynan Lonsdale.

Sunday Reading: Teen Spirit

From the archives, stories of young people who are determined to shift the status quo.

Daily Cartoon: Monday, March 26th

Brendan Loper’s Daily Cartoon offers some advice to today’s teens.

The Very Unnerving Existence of Teen Boss, a Magazine for Girls

Jia Tolentino writes that Teen Boss, a magazine for pre-teen girls, is a tribute to the hustle of the social-media era and to the idea that female ambition must be smiling and social.

Daily Cartoon: Thursday, March 29th

Mort Gerberg’s Daily Cartoon celebrates baseball’s opening day.

A Documentary Captures the Dreams and Anxieties of Affluent Chinese Teens at an American Boarding School

Jiayang Fan writes about the new documentary “Maineland," by Miao Wang, which captures the dreams and anxieties of wealthy Chinese teens at an American boarding school.

Tina Fey’s “Mean Girls” Is Now a Fetch Broadway Musical

Michael Schulman writes about Tina Fey's "Mean Girls," now a musical on Broadway.

The Tragic Awareness of a Santa Fe High School Shooting Survivor

Benjamin Wallace-Wells writes about an interview with a survivor of the high-school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, where eight people were killed.

Voter Registration on the, Like, Festival Circuit

At Governors Ball, a nonprofit called HeadCount coached teens through remembering their Social Security numbers, Naomi Fry writes.