Earth Day: Then And Now April 17, 2020

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day, which began as a way for citizens to share their ideas about how we can better protect the plan

To Wear Or Not To Wear … Masks? April 16, 2020

We know social distancing is essential to curb the spread of coronavirus. The next best thing? Handwashing. Good so far. Now, the Centers for Disease

Earth Day 2020 April 13, 2020

Did you know that it was fifty years ago that the first Earth Day celebration took place in the United States? That’s right! On April 22nd, 1970, ap

What’s Really Being Tested In PE Class? April 3, 2020

California Governor doesn’t dig PE exams: Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, wants students to stop taking compulsory physical tests in f

Debatable: Should There Be Exams In PE Class? April 3, 2020

California Governor doesn’t dig PE exams: Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, wants students to stop taking compulsory physical tests in f

The UK Gives Fossil Fuel The Boot! April 3, 2020

The United Kingdom is putting its foot down and setting an ambitious deadline for carmakers: By 2035, carmakers will no longer be allowed to sell cars

Tokyo Olympics Postponed March 30, 2020

It’s official: The 2020 Summer Olympic Games have been postponed. For months there were rumors that it would happen, but neither the Tokyo Organizin

Sassy Entries Win Safety Signs Contest March 26, 2020

Signs appear everywhere, but some are more memorable than others. Take the large highway sign “Click It or Ticket!,” a campaign that the National

Elections Update: Biden Vs. Sanders March 20, 2020

Since Super Tuesday, a number of states have held their Democratic primaries and caucuses. With only two candidates competing for votes (Tulsi Gabbard