I Kid You Not
Written by team I Kid You Not, with contributions from by Ananya Chakraborti, a grade 9 student.
As the first black president of South Africa, Mandela helped his country become a multiracial democratic Rainbow Nation, “ at peace with itself and with the world.”
Written by Anaisa Arora, a grade 9 student.
It is no revelation that xenophobia has risen over the last decade. The sentiment has most definitely spread outside of the White House, with Americans’ chants to “build a wall” being the first of many that come to mind…
Written by Manya Pandey, a first-year undergraduate student.
The largest Nuclear power plant in Europe, Zaporizhzhia, has fallen into Russian hands after the country invaded Ukraine, and there’s now a fear that…
Written by Sumedha Manhas, a grade 10 student.
I have always wanted to read stories that connect the human inside of me to the human personified in between those perfectly woven words written by the author.
One minute read. Written by a grade 4 student.
There are two main type of eclipses – solar and lunar. Solar eclipses occur when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, leaving a moving region of shadow on Earth’s surface.
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