A Road To A Brighter Future? June 22, 2018

It might just happen … roads covered in solar panels. But why? Solar panels collect and store energy generated from the sun to power things in and a

Excitement At The French Open June 22, 2018

The French Open, one of the four major tennis tournaments (did you know that the others are the Australian Open, the US Open, and Wimbledon?), conclud

Junior Reporter: Interviews On Tech Use June 22, 2018

In the spring, we challenged our Junior Reporters to think about technology use and its impact. Why? Because technology use has become an ever-growing

A Refugee Story June 19, 2018

This year, for World Refugee Day, we are sharing perspectives from people who have seen the refugee crisis up close. One of them is Jyoti Gurung, a re

Let’s Talk: World Refugee Day June 16, 2018

June 20th  is World Refugee Day, a day that was established in 2001 to raise awareness of the over 65 million people who have been forced to flee the

How Does A Country Get Rid Of A Disease? June 15, 2018

Mosquitos are pesky little insects that bite! They’re such a nuisance that global health advocates proposed that a mosquito emoji be added to the li

More Than A Chef June 15, 2018

The world of food lost an important voice this month. Anthony Bourdain, a celebrity chef, author, food documentarian, and TV personality, died in Fran

As If … We Were Happy Just To Be Nominated June 15, 2018

Mean Girls and SpongeBob SquarePants led the Tony Award nominations with twelve each, but a musical called The Band’s Visit stole the show, or the T

A Summit Of Nothing Or Something? June 15, 2018

In May, North Korea and South Korea made history when North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met and stepped onto the