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A Lego Typewriter Makes Sense June 25, 2021

Have you ever seen or used a typewriter? These typing machines were first invented by American inventor Christopher Latham Sholes in 1868. From the 18

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

It’s Official: Juneteenth Is A National Holiday June 19, 2021

On June 17th, 2021, US President Joe Biden signed a bill declaring June 19th as Juneteenth National Independence Day, a federal holiday to commemorate

Update: Magawa The HeroRAT Retires June 11, 2021

He may be a rodent, but he’s a hero. Magawa is an African giant pouched rat also known as a HeroRAT. Last year, he was awarded a very special pr

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

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

Who Should Play On Girls’ Sports Teams? June 4, 2021

With one signature, the governor of Florida brought a new law into effect that barred transgender females (or those assigned male at birth who later t

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