A Brick That Can Build It All February 2, 2018

A fire-breathing dragon. A monster truck. A temple of DOOOOM! An amusement park. If you can dream it, you can build it—with Legos, that is. It’

Ursula K. Le Guin, Science Fiction Writer February 2, 2018

Science fiction can be fascinating—it can push the imagination to think about what science can achieve. Robots, dinosaurs, experiments … there are

#MeToo December 22, 2017

Every so often, a small protest turns into a big movement, sometimes bringing about change. In the past year, many women have bravely come forward to

A Royal Engagement December 1, 2017

Once upon a time, a prince named Harry met an actress named Meghan. They fell in love and soon lived happily ever after. That might not be the traditi

The Statue of Liberty Turns 131 Years Old October 26, 2017

The project began in 1865 and was completed twenty-one years later on October 28th, 1886. The French had given the Statue of Liberty to the United Sta

Remembering a Princess August 31, 2017

People around the world are remembering Princess Diana, or the “People’s Princess,” twenty years after she was killed in a horrific car accident

What Does It Take to be a World Heritage Site? August 11, 2017

Have you ever walked across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco? Taken a picture by the Eiffel Tower in Paris? Climbed the Great Wall in China? Ex

Junior Reporter: Ancient Mew July 27, 2017

By Derin Sly  6-year old Junior Reporter Derin S. loves Pokemon and here is why!   The most powerful Pokémon is Ancient Mew because she can do an

Junior Reporter: What is Comic-Con All About? July 26, 2017

By Madison V. Our intrepid Junior Reporter, Madison V. was on the ground at Comic-Con International, taking in the sights and sounds. She even inte