I Kid You Not
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) won the Nobel Peace Prize award this year. The agency was lauded for its efforts to combat food insecurity around the world.
Written and illustrated by Akshita Sinha, a first-year college student.
“There is always a car ahead of you on the road and always a race to win.”This piece is an ode to the moments whereas individuals we have felt a pit in our stomachs because of jealousy and guilt of someone else being better than us.
30 second read. Written by a grade 8 student.
Greta Thunberg is a Swedish student who has become world famous because she is fighting climate change.
One minute read. Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not).
Ironically, the year 2020 will have no 20-20. And instead of sticking it to their friends in a round of cricket, the kids are stuck to Stick Cricket…
Written by Madhav Bahl, grade 8 student
Arecibo observatory was an observatory in the town of Barrio Esperanza, Arecibo in Puerto Rico ( a group of islands near the United States). It is owned by the US National Science Foundation- UNSF..
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