I Kid You Not
Written by Pranavi Khaitan, a grade 12 student.
Today, the journalism industry faces many challenges, whether it be expanding from print to a more digital presence or problems related to a free press. Wanting to learn more about the profession, I interviewed 5 journalists from publications like Asian Age, New York Times, The Morning Context, Thompson Reuters, and The Indian Express. Here are a few of the key takeaways…
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The earth is our home, and currently it has many broken windows – tangible and intangible ones.
Written by Aanya Krishna – a grade 6 student.
On June 10th, anti-racism protesters tore down a statue of Christopher Columbus in Minneapolis, Virginia (in the United States of America),,,
One minute read. Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not).
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