In 1925, educator Donald MacJannet opened an American-style summer camp for French and American students on the shores of Lake Annecy in southeastern France, near the Swiss border.
Posts Tagged: Summer
The Center for Jewish History‘s photostream is overflowing with camp pics of teenagers chilling at various summer camps—dancing the hora, shooting arrows, and floating downstream.
A Brief History of the Tan
Today we know tanning as a dangerous way to make oneself appear younger and healthier.
Everybody’s Gone Surfin’
Surfin’ Aust-ral-ia. Right? Australia is outlined in beaches.
Young ladies of the 1980s loved RUSH, Pac Man, Mickey Mouse, sk8boarding and short shorts.
Deep End is about love in the most unlikely, and humid, of places.
Second Ward Summer
In the hot summer of 1972, photographer and filmmaker Danny Lyon was taking pictures in South El Paso’s Second Ward.
Welcome freelance writer Amelia Stein, who will be a regular contributor to Teenage blog.
Diary of the London Riots
Want to hear what teenagers from London are telling us about the riots in their own words?
/// Studio A /// Presents: NEW SENSATIONS
If one’s first contact with cool—or one’s quick realization that one is probably, most likely uncool—represents the onset of The Teenage Years, then for me it happened one afternoon in 7th grade, the day the girl I’d been in love with since 2nd grade played Violent Femmes on her boombox after school.