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More Than Vineyards Were Lost in the California Fires
Last month, I watched the place I’m from burn down.
You Can Tell If Someone’s Rich or Poor by Looking at Their Face
A new study unpacks the clues we use to judge someone’s socioeconomic status.
Rich People Literally See the World Differently
Money shapes perception, down to the millisecond.
High-Class Hobbies Will Help You Land a Top Job, Unless You’re a Woman
Sailing versus track, classical versus country.
Two Big Lessons a Star Sociologist Learned by Studying Trump Country for 5 Years
“The seriousness and reality of that discontent, it doesn’t just reduce to racism.”
The Myth of the Millennial Monolith Strikes Again
It is making it harder for us to understand basic questions like why so few millennials are buying homes.
Ask Polly: How Do I Accept Myself
Give yourself a break.
Rich People and Poor People Cheat for Different Reasons
Rich people are — surprise! — more selfish.
11 Couples and Singles Talk About Love and Class
Where wealth, education, race, taste, and more intersect.
The Subtle Ways Classroom Layout Affects Learning
All those posters on the walls can get distracting.
This Chart Will Show How Respected Your Profession Is
Lawyers are viewed as cold, ruthlessly efficient machines, of course.