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This Month In History: April April 17, 2020

Happy birthday to Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. We’re guessing you might have read a book or two written by him, perhaps The Snow Queen

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

Texas-Sized Tuition Assistance April 3, 2020

Let’s face it—college is expensive! Imagine working hard to get into college only to find out that you can’t afford it. Some students turn to fi

Two Trees, History, And A Robbery April 3, 2020

Making anything miniature is hard. The trick is in the details, of course, which is why bonsai trees are one of the most unique and carefully cultivat

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

Nintendo Playstation Sold At Auction March 26, 2020

Nintendo or PlayStation? Or why not both? While game consoles such as the Nintendo Switch and the Sony PlayStation are two very distinct brands today,

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

Handshakes Are Sooo 2019 March 6, 2020

The coronavirus has the world rethinking the act of shaking hands. After all, if skin-to-skin contact is one of the most common ways that viruses spre

What Does The Sun Look Like? February 21, 2020

If you were the most powerful solar telescope in the world, you’d probably show off a bit. Well, that’s what the Inouye Solar Telescope, a four-me