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Slogans: Keep It Simple, Silly! October 9, 2020

What’s in a name … or shall we say a slogan? Whether you’re running for school president or president of the United States, slogans are a big pa

Election Series: Should Election Day Be A National Holiday? September 18, 2020

Interesting question, right? Actually, this question has been debated for quite some time—at least in the United States. Why? Because unlike other c

Why Is Election Day On A Tuesday? September 11, 2020

Why is Election Day in the United States on a Tuesday? Believe it or not, it wasn’t always that way. In fact, before a law was passed in 1845, each

Then And Now: Fighting Wildfires September 4, 2020

If you’ve heard a lot about forest fires recently, you aren’t alone. A combination of climate change and human activities have sparked raging fire

Carrying Out A Dream September 4, 2020

On August 28th, thousands of people marched to the National Mall in Washington, DC. Yes, it was the fifty-seventh anniversary of the March on Washingt

Female Pioneers In Technology August 30, 2020

Computers have come a long way, thanks to the many pioneers in the field. Frances Allen (1932–2020) was one such pioneer. She was a computer scienti

Debatable: Drive-ins Or Movie Theaters? August 30, 2020

Have you ever watched the movie Back to the Future? If you haven’t, here’s a quick teaser: The main character, Marty McFly, gets transported back

Why Donkeys And Elephants? August 21, 2020

Quick—what are the animals that symbolize the two major political parties in the United States? The donkey and the elephant—easy, right? But ever

Harris Makes History August 14, 2020

It’s been months since former Vice President Joe Biden won the presumptive Democratic nomination for president of the United States. And ever since