I Kid You Not
Every year May 1st is observed as Labor Day or International Workers’ Day, or May Day (not to be confused…
Written by Dev Veer Vacher, a grade 9 student.
The teenage stars, which are also known as Matariki stars, are the brightest in the night sky, and are also amongst the galaxy’s youngest, being only seventy-five to one hundred and fifty million years old…
Three minute read. Written by Myra Aggarwal – a grade 9 student.
On April 29 an asteroid named asteroid 52768 (1998 0R2) will pass close to earth..
One minute read. Written by a grade 8 student.
A peaceful, sit-in protest is taking place against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) and police brutality
It’s been 76 years since Jews were freed from the Auschwitz concentration camp was – here’s a quick summary to tell you what it was
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