I Kid You Not
Written by Vedika Pathania, a second-year student.
The QUAD, which is short for The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue is a meeting and talks that are held between four nations – the United States, India, Japan, and Australia…
Written by Aditya Singh, a grade 12 student. This article is appropriate for children 14 years and older
Tomorrow, on 3rd November 2020, the second-largest democracy in the world will hold its presidential elections. In an event that is going to cost upwards of 14 billion dollars, the country of 325 million people will choose their 46th President.
Located near Naples, on the Eastern shore of Italy, at the base of Mount Vesuvius, Pompeii was founded in the 8th century BCE and was initially a part of Greece but was then later ruled by Rome…
Written by Rohina Mahadik, a grade 10 student.
The way we, as humans, collectively view the world continuously changes with time. Understanding how the world works can be a very complex issue and is a topic that has been discussed and debated over by philosophers, thinkers, and politicians since times immemorial…
Written by Ananya Chakraborti, a grade 9 student.
Mount Nyiragongo has erupted, after 19 years, killing 32 people and leaving many as refugees. It last erupted in 2002 and caused widespread devastation.
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