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Running With Purpose

In the article, “Running to Remember” (Upfront) it talks about Ku Stevens an 18 year old who was inspired by his great-grandfather’s repeated escapes from an indigenous boarding school, retraced the route, then was set himself in hopes to win a Nevada state title. A senior at Yerington High School in Western Nevada, Stevens ran the 5-kilometer race that stretched […]

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Never too Young to Start Spreading Kindness

In the article, “Need a “Peptoc?” (btw) I learned that an Elementary School teacher named Jessica Martin started a hotline project with her West Side Elementary School students. Anyone who calls the provided number and selects their preferred language will be offered either a variety of pep talks from kindergarteners, hearing children laugh with delight, and more. The hotline started […]

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Ketanji Brown Jackson

In the article, “Women’s History Month: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson” it talks about Jackson and her journey to adulthood. Jackson grew up in Miami, Florida. Her parents were trained as teachers, however her father went to law school which eventually influenced Jackson to also attend law school. She was always the top of her class and was very involved with […]

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The Ida B. Wells Addition

In the article, “Ida B. Wells Barbie” (Upfront) I learned that Ida B. Wells was a former enslaved individual who later transformed into an educator, news paper editor, and a civil rights activist in Memphis Tennessee. Ida was one of the founders of several important civil rights organizations, including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The […]

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Alzheimer’s Vaccine In the Works

In the article, “A Vaccine for Alzheimer’s?” (BTW) I learned that there is an upcoming vaccine for Alzheimer’s which could possibly prevent or slow the progression of the disease. Alzheimer’s is a disease that kills more than 120,000 Americans every year, and it is affecting about 6 million Americans at this moment. The key ingredient in this vaccine is Protollin, […]

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African American Music in Nashville Museum

In the article, “New National Museum of African Music Opens in Nashville” (BTW) I learned that in Nashville Tennessee is famously known for being the “Music Cty.” This is the place where many famous artists were first discovered. These artists include Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Dolly Parton and many more. However, leaders wanted to make Nashville not only the home […]

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Climate Change is Affecting Ocean Life

In the article, “Coral Reefs Show Damage From Climate Change,” (McGraw Hill) I learned that coral reefs have been dying off at an increasingly rapid rate. The Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network has reported from data that the world lost about 14% of its total amount of reefs. In Australia scientists have observed that the reefs are dying off as […]

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Save the Bison

In the article “Bison On the Rebound” (Upfront) I learned there is a reservation center named the Fort Peck Reservation that is working to save and restore the Bison population. By the 1800s there were fewer than 1,000 bison who remained in the wild as a result of hunting. However, despite all of the hunting today there are around 20,000 […]

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Overcoming Obstacles

In the article, “Athlete with Down Syndrome Completes Ironman Triathlon” (McGraw Hill) I learned that an individual named Chris Nikic who is an athlete with Down Syndrome completed one of the most difficult athletic courses there is. This triathlon which was hosted in Panama City Beach consisted of a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride, and a 26.2-mile run. Nikic was […]

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Refugee Rescue

In the article, “AirBnB Provides Housing for Afghan Refugees’’ (McGraw Hill) I learned that Airbnb, which is an American rental company, is housing thousands of refugees who are fleeing from Afghanistan. The reason they are leaving Afghanistan is because of the huge crisis with the Taliban that broke out. These individuals are feeling in fear for their lives, hoping to […]

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The First Female Governor of New York

In the article, “New York’s First Female Governor” (McGraw Hill) I learned that after never having a female governor before, the state of New York finally elected Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul to be the first. Before her election Andrew Cuomo was the former governor and served for three terms in office. Cuomo had fought for a couple causes during his […]

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