Read this article to learn about why all students should know what the Holocaust was and when it occurred to ensure events like these never happen again.
Learn some great tips for how to find common ground with a friend after a fight.
Watch this video about one woman’s drive to educate the women around her and help create an environment of acceptance and opportunity.
Read about how our modern-day Romeos coping with quarantine aren’t so different from Shakespeare’s Romeo.
Watch this short video about the special bond formed between a scubadiver, Arakawa, and a fish he rescued.
Learn about why the people of today are still fighting for the Juneteenth holiday and how it connects to the Civil Rights movement of our past.
Read about our ongoing space exploration in the midst of a pandemic and why it matters.
Read this opinion piece that discusses the correlations we can draw between our time during this pandemic and Shakespeare.
Read this article to learn the five things you may learn from the Coronavirus pandemic.
Watch this short video to learn about how the Enslaved descendants of West African heritage find common ground in order to bring their culture to an entire generation of Americans.
Read about where Harriet Tubman got her start as a conductor on the Underground Railroad.
Read about how the coronavirus has changed some of the most important ways in which humans connect with one another.
Learn about the new VR format students may begin using to learn about the Holocaust.
Quests still happen today, though they may take different forms. Read about one company’s quest to harness the world’s strongest winds to power humanity.
Read this research regarding how friendship chemistry may help to explain the concepts behind “frenemies.”
Have you heard of the “Latinx” term popping up everywhere? Learn more about its origins and whether the new term really connects Latin American peoples.
Read this article concerning Hong Kong’s protest for freedom.
Watch the video accompanying this article (at the bottom) about a production of Romeo and Juliet where they each speak different languages and attempt to bridge the divide between language barriers.
Read about how simple acquaintances can be just as important to our health as our best friends.
Read about one billionaire’s response to the student loan debt problems facing the country and how African American graduates are disproportionately affected.