Rachelle Hampton
Rachelle Hampton

Rachelle Hampton is a Slate editorial assistant.

Downtime
Jan. 15 2019 12:05 PMWhy the Record-Cracking Instagram Egg Is a Refreshing Break From the Modern Viral Internet
Work
Dec. 21 2018 3:59 AMWaking Up at 4 in the Morning Won’t Make You a CEO
Downtime
Dec. 10 2018 6:28 PMCan Leonardo DiCaprio—or Anyone—Just Buy Dinosaur Bones?Yes, and they’re actually not as expensive as you might think.
Family
Dec. 5 2018 12:38 PMWhen Your Parents are Michael Lewis and Tabitha SorenFeaturing Quinn Lewis, age 19.
The Goods
Nov. 28 2018 2:49 PMWho Would Buy Tiffany’s $9,000 Ball of Sterling Silver Yarn?
Life
Nov. 22 2018 5:50 AM“The First Time I Killed a Man, I Just Could Not Reconcile That in My Mind.”Meet John Noble, 81, from Athens, Georgia.
Food
Nov. 15 2018 1:46 PMKeurig’s New Drinkworks Home Bar Is Perfect for the G&T Lover Who Can’t Be Bothered to Mix Gin With Tonic
Life
Nov. 6 2018 3:18 PMHere Are Some Delightful and Fun Videos to Watch Instead of the Hourly Tick-Tock of Midterm ResultsThe NYT Election Needle will still be there to traumatize you later.
Life
Oct. 30 2018 11:44 AM“We Nicknamed Them Posh and Becks”A New Zealand café owner explains what it was like to host Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for tea.
Life
Oct. 23 2018 6:05 AMRising Early Is Clearly a Good Idea. But Stop Pretending We Need to Do It Perfectly or Only for Productivity.
Relationships
Oct. 17 2018 2:22 PMFrom the Ashes of the Grande/Davidson Split, a Phoenix of Wisdom: Never Get Couples’ Tattoos
Brow Beat
Oct. 12 2018 6:33 AMFran Drescher Approves a Hypothetical Reboot of The Nanny Starring Cardi B
Life
Oct. 3 2018 5:35 PMDon’t Be Mad at Roxane Gay’s Money Diary. Be Mad at the Genre Itself.
Relationships
Sept. 28 2018 11:34 AMNew Research Shows That Millennials Are Better at Marriage—But Only an Increasingly Select Few Are Tying the Knot
Downtime
Sept. 21 2018 2:32 PMYandy’s Sexy Handmaid Costume Is the Perfectly Logical Merger of Halloween Sexification and Consumer Feminism
Life
Jan. 4 2019 4:37 PMNew Year’s Resolutions Are Supposedly Tests of Commitment. But Money Matters More Than Grit.
Work
Dec. 18 2018 3:12 PMThe Cost of Deciding When to Be the Loud Black One at WorkPeople of color pay a price for speaking up against bias in the office—and for staying silent.
Family
Dec. 7 2018 12:26 PMMore Than Half of Americans Live in “Child Care Deserts,” and We’re Not Doing Much to Fix It
Life
Dec. 3 2018 5:47 PMMichelle Obama Doesn’t Believe in “Lean In” Feminism—What a Relief!
Life
Nov. 26 2018 3:52 PMOf Course You Can Lie to Your Kids About Santa ClausThey’ll be fine.
Downtime
Nov. 20 2018 10:52 AMJust for Fun!Lifestyle bloggers’ best, most helpful, not-crazy advice for upgrading your Thanksgiving celebrations.
Life
Nov. 13 2018 5:47 PMThe Quotes Around “Woman” on Serena Williams’ GQ Cover Are One Ironic Design Gesture Too Far
Life
Oct. 30 2018 5:36 PMSome Young People Aren’t Voting Because the Process Seems Confusing and PointlessGuess what? They’re not entirely wrong.
Life
Oct. 25 2018 8:00 AM“I’m Having Such a Good Time. Why Would I Want to Go to College?”Meet Irene Thomas, 98, from Ashburn, Virginia.
Brow Beat
Oct. 19 2018 12:53 PMWho Is The Hate U Give For?Three Slate critics discuss in spoiler-filled detail.
Life
Oct. 16 2018 12:30 PMNew Study Shows How Even Innocently Forgetting Names and Personal Details Can Harm Relationships
Work
Oct. 11 2018 5:02 PMContrary to the “Dead at 45” Theory, a New Study Suggests That Career Peaks Can Happen at Any Age
Family
Oct. 2 2018 11:29 AMA Majority of U.S. Teens Experience Cyberbullying, and Parents Are the Only Adults Perceived to Be Helping
Life
Sept. 25 2018 7:20 PMWeight Watchers’ Pivot to Wellness Is the Same Old Diet Culture With Fancy New Branding
Relationships
Sept. 20 2018 6:18 PMThe Corny CoupleWill Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are the goofy uncle and bougie aunt of black celebrity culture. And that’s a powerful thing.

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