A school cafeteria manager writes encouraging messages to students in the most unique way.
Maybe the infamous Trojan Horse wasn’t real, but it could have inspired actual methods used during the Trojan War.
Hundreds of people gather to pray as the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris is engulfed in flames.
Toni Harris has battled many adversities to become the first female to receive a full football scholarship, but doesn’t plan to stop there.
A study says cats react to the sound of their names, even if they don’t quite understand what it means.
Rather than being taught to be brave risk-takers, Reshma Saujani argues girls are taught to avoid risk and failure. Do you agree with her claim?
Our emotions, such as shame, are largely determined by the environment and people in which we are surrounded.
Read about the benefits of zebras’ stripes.
Sociologist, Dr. Margee Kerr, explains what we feel when we are scared and why it’s so fun.
A Smithsonian exhibition highlights the “invisible labor” women have been doing at home for decades as conversations regarding women empowerment swarm the nation.
Parents who do too much for their kids run the risk of not preparing them adequately for adulthood.
Listen to students learning each other’s languages to build acceptance in class.
Historians are giving credit to sociologist, W.E.B. DuBois’s idea that enslaved workers coordinated a general strike, which helped end the Civil War.
People reflect on what was lost during the tornadoes that ripped through Alabama, while organizing and planning to move forward.
Fear may be able to spread from person to person— just like a virus.
Is the curse surrounding King Tut’s tomb real? Some people think so— read about why.
Anne Frank’s stepsister speaks to worldwide ignorance in response to teenagers’ hateful display.
A 12-year-old girl has been chasing stories and defending her first amendment rights for years.
This girl didn’t like what she was seeing—or not seeing—on bookshelves. She organized and spoke out to see more characters like her and other under-represented groups in books throughout the country.
Even the smallest act of kindness can make a difference to someone who has suffered a natural disaster. Find inspiration in the examples described here.