Diego The Tortoise Retires June 26, 2020

In January, we shared a story about an overachieving tortoise named Diego that—no joke—single-handedly saved an entire population of giant Españo

This Month In History: June June 21, 2020

1) Father’s Day: June 1972 If the history behind Mother’s Day fascinates you, you’ll want to read this! Even though Mother’s Day w

Costa Rica Says I Do June 19, 2020

In 2001, the Netherlands became the first country to legalize same-sex marriage. Nineteen years later, Costa Rica has done the same. It wasn’t an ea

The NBA’s Back! June 15, 2020

When the NBA suspended all games in mid-March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, no one knew when they’d return or if they’d return to close out th

Virtual Vacations: Petra June 12, 2020

Physical traveling may be off the table for a while, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a virtual adventure! While we may be stuck at home (for

#Blackouttuesday June 2, 2020

Wondering why friends are posting a blank black image on their social media feeds today? Well, today is #blackouttuesday, an online movement to bring

We Might Not Get Mail Anymore? May 28, 2020

Do you know your neighborhood postal worker who comes by every day to deliver mail to your mailbox? Ever get excited to see them deliver a letter or a

Junior Reporter: Telemedicine May 9, 2020

With COVID-19 on everyone’s minds, Junior Reporter Josh C. thought he’d share some information on how people are getting treated for illn

May The Fourth Be With You May 8, 2020

May 4th, or May the Fourth, is just another day in the calendar … or is it? To Star Wars fans around the world, May 4th is the unofficially official