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Are We Friends Again? February 26, 2021

Who has more power—a country or a social media company? Well, it depends on who you ask. Earlier this month, there was a virtual standoff between Au

France Now Allows Eating At Desks February 19, 2021

If you’ve ever eaten at your desk while doing your homework or distance learning, you know how it goes … you eat a quick lunch, probably nothing t

What Does The Three-Finger Salute Mean? February 19, 2021

Have you ever seen The Hunger Games movies or read the books? If not, we don’t want to ruin it for you, but the story is basically about the ric

Conversation Series: What Does A Dress Code Say? February 12, 2021

If you go to a school that has a dress code, you know that there are rules for what you can and can’t wear. Depending on the school, the rules may b

Harriet Tubman On Money? February 5, 2021

Have you ever looked at whose face is on US money? The current $20 note (or paper money) has the face of former US president Andrew Jackson on it. Jac

Why Are Farmers Protesting In India? February 5, 2021

Imagine that you’re a farmer and every day you tend to your farm because the crops that you grow and the animals that you raise are your main so

President Biden’s First Order Of Business January 29, 2021

Yes, Inauguration Day was a big day. President Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States, he gave his first speech as president of

Watch Out! Reindeer Crossing! January 29, 2021

Ever wonder why bridges are made? Bridges are usually built to connect two pieces of land, making it easier for both goods and people to travel from o

New Year, New Laws! January 22, 2021

Every year, new laws go into effect around the United States. How long does it take for a law to be made? That depends on a few things. Is the law cle