Watch The 2017 TEDxTeen London Live Stream Right Here

Young people take the stage to share their game-changing ideas

Big Little Life: A Candid Conversation With Former Seventeen Editor Ann Shoket

The author of ‘The Big Life,’ a new guidebook for millennial women, talks work-life balance, meaningless milestones, and what success actually means

Here’s How To Make The Most Out Of Your Summer Break: Don’t Do Anything At All

Instead of setting unrealistic expectations about all the ways you’ll transform yourself before school starts again, just ... don’t

Amandla Stenberg And The Roles That Make Her Heart Sing

The activist and star of ‘Everything, Everything’ on finding herself in film

Weird In A Way That’s Wonderful: Writer Jennifer Romolini On Her New Book, Career Advice, And Weird Girls

The ‘Weird in a World That’s Not’ author talks fuckups and flailing until you make it

How Did Lauren Singer Fit Five Years Of Trash Into A Single Mason Jar?

We chatted with the founder of The Simply Co. about how she’s revolutionizing the way we deal with waste

Rebecca Black Is Back From Coachella And Ready For What’s Next

With a brand new single and a popular YouTube channel, the original viral teen queen has officially entered her second act

Connor Franta’s Real Life

The YouTube star opens up about life on the internet, what can change in just two years, and his new book, ‘Note to Self’

The Opposite Of Forever

The ‘Girls’ friendship breakup and the impermanence of ‘forever’

When Is It OK For Parents To Confide In Their Children?

In ‘Big Little Lies,’ Madeline confesses a secret to her teenage daughter

The Thin Envelope

On taking rejection personally (but not permanently)

Why YouTubers Won’t Let The Company’s Latest Controversy Slide

And we shouldn't either

YA Is More Than Just A Genre, It’s A Resource

MTV News spoke with authors Jennifer Niven and Nicola Yoon about the responsibility of being a YA author in a world that mirrors the dystopian ones they write about.

Peaches Monroee Is On Fleek And Ready For More

Since her Vine went viral in 2014, the 19-year-old has seen zero profits. Now she’s hoping to change that.

Meet The Teenager Who Might Make Political History In Georgia

At 19, Mary-Pat Hector could become one of the youngest people to hold office in the state

How College Students Are Recognizing A Day Without A Woman Across The Country

MTV’s Campus Ambassadors discuss whether they’ll be participating and the work that still needs to be done

Does Hiding Your Face With Your Hand Actually Hide You From Facebook?

A facial recognition expert on the ‘concerning’ future of facial analysis tech, and the best way to keep prying eyes from finding you on social media

What Young Adults Want To See At The Oscars

Hint: It's not more white people

Meme On Fire

Danielle Bregoli’s trajectory as a meme is really the tale of a troubled young woman, and how easy it is to forget the person behind a viral story

Why College Students Are ‘Terrified’ Of Betsy DeVos

‘I worry that this is the first hurdle in what will be a long four years for women’

Gigi Gorgeous On The Most ‘Excruciating’ Part Of Watching Her Documentary

The YouTube star opens up about family, her surgeries, and showing her 'vulnerable' side

I Want You To Imagine

What Trump is doing is not unimaginable — it’s someone’s reality. And we have to force ourselves to remember that every day.

Why Lauren Jauregui Won’t Stay Silent

The Fifth Harmony star opened up to MTV News about that scathing letter against Trump — and how she’s just getting started

How Students Are Navigating College Relationships In 2017

MTV Campus Ambassadors discuss their struggles, hopes, and lessons learned