COMMENTARY: Young adults aren’t growing up as fast as they used to – Las Vegas Review-Journal
Perhaps these trends can be extrapolated to the future. Or perhaps not. The new lifestyles have emerged only in the past few decades — too recently to know the long-term effects.
See also: The Changing Economics and Demographics of Young Adulthood: 1975-2016 and Emerging adulthood and early adulthood
Source: COMMENTARY: Young adults aren’t growing up as fast as they used to – Las Vegas Review-Journal
The data comes from a wide-ranging new survey on how and why people use marijuana in the U.S.
1. Nearly 55 million adults currently use marijuana
Source: 11 charts that show marijuana has truly gone mainstream – The Washington Post
Every year during the month of April, the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation invite everyone to celebrate America’s treasured places during National Park Week. Come join the fun!
“National Park Week, April 15 – 23, is a great time to #FindYourPark (o mejor dicho, #EncuentraTuParque) and show our treasured national parks that you care.”
Source: National Park Week | National Park Foundation
1. People are simply buying more stuff online than they used to.
2. America built way too many malls.
3. Americans are shifting their spending from materialism to meals out with friends.
Source: The Great Retail Apocalypse of 2017 – The Atlantic
Photo by Nathan Klima / The Daily Tar Heel
GLENDALE, ARIZ. — The confetti came late, but it was worth the wait.
Source: A title to remember: North Carolina wins its sixth NCAA championship :: The Daily Tar Heel
Defend Library Funding: A Call-to-Action for Libraries and the People Who Love Them
Source: Join the Fight with ALA