Workforce Education Investment Act May 19, 2019

Here’s some food for thought: If you want to go to college but you don’t have the money to attend, what do you do? Some students apply for scholar

What Makes A Protest Effective? May 11, 2019

Here’s an interesting update. Last December, we shared a story about a protest that was happening in France. The protest was against a “green tax

Dinner Table Conversation: What’s In A Name? May 11, 2019

Hear ye, Hear ye! There’s a new member of the British Royal family. Earlier this week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markl

Who Was John Singleton? May 11, 2019

He was twenty-four years old when he became the first African American to be nominated for an Oscar for best director. Director, producer, and writer,

Robocalls Aren’t Cool May 11, 2019

If you think robocalls are a cool trend involving robots and phone calls, you’re only partly right. Robocalling does indeed involve “robots,” bu

The Leader Of New Zealand Says Yes! May 11, 2019

It’s a very exciting time for the British Commonwealth. First the birth of baby boy Sussex, and then an engagement! We can’t take all the exciteme

Jailed For Wrongdoing Or Doing Right? May 11, 2019

Two news reporters in the country of Myanmar (formerly Burma) were finally released after being jailed for 500 days. Most people think of jail as a pl

What Is Jeopardy? May 11, 2019

James Holzhauer was determined to get on Jeopardy!, the popular TV show that quizzes contestants on general knowledge about the world via clever clues

You May Be First, But I’m The Winner! May 10, 2019

Ah, the Kentucky Derby—it’s one of the most prized races in all of thoroughbred horse-racing and dubbed the “most exciting two minutes in sports