I Kid You Not
Written by Anaisa Arora , a grade 8 student.
Every rose has its thorns. The same could be said for the impact of the coronavirus on life. To describe the impact of coronavirus, would be trying to fit the
Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 8 student (junior editor at I Kid You Not).
Plastic pollution is one of the greatest environmental problems humans have faced this past century, and with every day, the amount of pollution increases exponentially…
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a first-year undergraduate student
Sunak was born to Indian-origin parents in the UK. His mother ran a local pharmacy while his father was a general practitioner at the National Health Service (NHS).
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…
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