Was It Really A Victory? August 4, 2018

Picture this: It’s Election Day, and you get up to cast your vote only to learn that there’s just one major party to vote for and a bunch of unkno

Art Updates From Around The World August 3, 2018

If you’ve traveled to other cities or countries this summer, you’ve likely visited a museum or two. With new installations, discoveries, and inspi

What It Means To Lose July 27, 2018

Earlier this month, tennis fans everywhere gathered to watch the Wimbledon finals, one of the most well-known professional tennis matches in the world

The Scoop On Salmonella July 27, 2018

See this beautiful picture here? It’s of the salmonella bacteria, one of the leading causes of recalls for fruits, vegetables, and other foods. Raw

It All Started With Newspapers July 27, 2018

Each July in Europe, the most prestigious biking tournament takes place. Can you guess which one it is? If you guessed Tour de France, you’re right!

A Motivating Ban July 20, 2018

We’ve been talking about straws for a while now. Whether it’s the European Union or the town of Malibu, California, people are starting to con

More Than One Winner At The World Cup July 20, 2018

It all started on June 14th. Thirty-two teams arrived in Russia with one goal in mind: win the 2018 World Cup Final. After playing a total of sixty-th

Haiti’s Prime Minister Resigns July 20, 2018

Last week, Haiti’s Prime Minister, Jack Guy Lafontant, resigned. Why? It boiled down to one thing: fuel prices. The people of Haiti took to the stre

The World Celebrates Nelson Mandela’s 100th Birthday July 20, 2018

Earlier this week, people from around the world celebrated what would have been Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday. The first black South African Presi

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