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Greek Alphabet To The Rescue! June 4, 2021

If the coronavirus variants B.1.1.7 or P.1 confuse you, you might not be alone. When the terms coronavirus or COVID-19 came along, most people knew we

Update: Judge Agrees With Australian Teens June 4, 2021

Last month, we shared a story about how young people have been taking their governments to court to fight for a cleaner and healthier future. From Eng

Meet Your Doom, Space Garbage! June 4, 2021

Garbage—it’s a problem both on Earth and in outer space. Here on Earth, local and federal governments, as well as private companies, have been

Dogs Can Sniff Out COVID! June 4, 2021

Last year, we shared a story about Medical Detection Dogs, a British organization that started working with special sniffer dogs (dogs who can detect

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

What’s Eurovision? May 28, 2021

Reality TV shows involving dancing, singing, and talent competitions aren’t exactly new, but the stakes of these competitions have definitely ev

COVID-19 Update May 28, 2021

The People Of Nepal Use Social Media To Get Help What do you do when there’s a country-wide crisis and you can’t count on your government

The Largest Suspension Bridge! May 22, 2021

Imagine walking over a suspension bridge almost six hundred feet high with raging waters below you. If that sounds like a scene from an adventure movi

Using Phones To Find Help May 22, 2021

India has a population of 1.4 billion people, so finding oxygen supplies to cope with the recent COVID-19 surge has been difficult, to say the least.