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Zaila Avant-garde Wins With Murraya! July 16, 2021

Fans of the Scripps National Spelling Bee have been waiting for not one but two years to hear who’d be crowned the next champion of the largest spel

A Contest Fit For A Queen July 9, 2021

Why Should You Care? It’s a contest to design an emblem for Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee. If you win, you’ll be a part of the

France Goes Against World Rugby Ban July 1, 2021

Background: Last year, World Rugby announced that transgender women (or those assigned male at birth who later transition to being female) would be ba

Harris Is The First June 25, 2021

During Pride Month, cities across the United States celebrate the LGBTQ community by hosting events and parties. One of Pride Month’s signature

A Pulitzer For Courage June 25, 2021

The Pulitzer Prize is one of the most prestigious prizes in media. Every year, people are awarded the prize in one of twenty-one categories. Awards ha

Youth Activists Take A Long Walk June 11, 2021

Sonoma County in Northern California has been home to raging wildfires over the past few years, and that didn’t go unnoticed by local youth activist

Naomi Osaka Puts Her Mental Health First June 4, 2021

Professional athletes work hard to compete with their peers. To be the best, they must take care of their bodies, practice their sport, and stay both

Fighting For LGBTQ Rights Around The World June 4, 2021

The United States celebrates Pride Month in June to recognize the Stonewall riots, but Pride isn’t celebrated all around the world. However, LGBTQ r

Sports Roundup: Breaking Stereotypes May 28, 2021

Professional athletes continue to change the narrative of what’s possible in sports. From how old is too old or how young is too young to play p