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Too Hot to Fly? July 27, 2017

If you’re a pilot, you need to consider a lot things before taking off. Are all parts of the plane working properly? Is the runway clear? Are weathe

Decoding a Dress Code = The Right to “Bare Arms”? July 27, 2017

What’s a dress code? It’s a set of restrictions outlining what you’re allowed and not allowed to wear. Some schools require uniforms, others req

The Many Faces of Money July 26, 2017

The Bank of England recently unveiled a new 10-pound note that features the face of Jane Austen, a famous writer, along with one of her most well-know

What Makes a Superhero? July 20, 2017

Yes, but they might not be the type who wear capes and masks and leap over tall buildings. In fact, many heroes are people like you and me—they come

Surfers Pay Tribute to the Inventor of the Wet Suit July 20, 2017

Ever wonder how surfers stay warm even in the most freezing conditions? Most wear a wetsuit, or a full-body suit that fits snuggly on their bodies to

Holy Iceberg, Batman! What Do We Do Now? July 15, 2017

And that’s exactly what Robin would have said to Batman if they were standing on the massive slab of ice that broke away from Antarctica earlier thi

Did Frida Kahlo Invent the Selfie? July 14, 2017

One of the most influential artists in modern history, Frida Kahlo, would have turned 110 on July 6th if she were alive today. She was a celebrated pa

Running of the Bulls: Cultural Tradition? July 8, 2017

Imagine walking down a cobblestone street when all of a sudden you hear a rumbling behind you. You turn and see people dressed in white with a red ban

ABCDEF … Wait—Change That Around! July 8, 2017

When you learn to read and write, you learn the alphabet as A, B, C, and so forth. But when you look at your computer keyboard or even your phone, why