I Kid You Not
Created by Ummul and Diya
Teens are often thought of as lazy, entitled, and disrespectful but there are so many teens who have been agents of change and our group of teens are on the same page…
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year student.
According to the United Nations, Madagascar (a country in East Africa) is on the verge of facing the world’s first “climate change famine,” with tens of thousands of people already suffering “catastrophic” levels of hunger and food insecurity following four years without rain…
Written by Niyati Kanotra, a grade 12 student.
The feminist movement was started back in the 19th century to challenge the systemic inequalities faced by women on a daily basis…
Despite a 1973 Supreme Court ruling establishing a constitutional right to abortion, a Texas legislation prohibiting most abortions after roughly six weeks of pregnancy went into effect…
Written by Shruthi Chandrasekar, a grade 5 student
This was a test created by a professor at Stanford University (it’s one of the best universities in the world) that tested what is called – delayed gratification (where you postpone a reward to later rather than sooner).
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