We present the March 2019 edition of Teenagers in The Times. This roundup of news and feature stories about young people that have recently appeared across sections of NYTimes.com appears on the first Thursday of each month during the school year.
Experts say the sport encourages strength, confidence and a chance to splash in mud puddles.
The measure, which is already facing headwinds, follows unsuccessful similar attempts by legislators in five other states.
Awards for “Big Booty” and ”Big Boobie” will no longer be given to high school cheerleaders after they were challenged by parents and the A.C.L.U.
Jeremy Kunkel, 18, claims he shouldn’t be forced to be vaccinated against chickenpox. He contends that barring him from school violates his First Amendment rights.
Knox, 19 and still adjusting to N.B.A. life, scored 19 points in the Knicks’ victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday.
The 18-year-old Canadian, ranked 60th, is the youngest player to win the tournament since Serena Williams in 1999. Dominic Thiem beat Roger Federer for the men’s title.
Some undergraduates head to Daytona for spring break. Nathan Chen, a Yale freshman, is heading to the World Figure Skating Championships.
For just $3,500, the drama club at North Bergen High School recreated Ridley Scott’s 1979 horror thriller on stage, reaching a global audience, too.
Milo Rau, called “the world’s most controversial director,” asks a cast of young people to relate the story of a notorious Belgian pedophile.
A drama set in a college classroom during a campus shooting, “Good Friday,” at the Flea Theater, is meant to unsettle and provoke.
“Readers, not a Twitter mob, should decide the fate of a book,” contends this Opinion essay writer.
On the cusp of their teenage years, the protagonists of these novels deal with death in the family, remembered childhood trauma and many varieties of parental pressure.
“Still in Love” and “Such Good Work” revisit the lessons and trials of the classroom.
Jerry Craft’s tale of an artistic black kid navigating a mostly white prep school, and Lincoln Peirce’s new series about a medieval girl who longs to be a knight.