NEW YORK, NY— On Day One, March 25, 2020, Hannah Davis couldn’t read a text message. “It wasn’t about anything complex—just trying to arrange a video call—but it was a few sentences longer than normal, and I couldn’t wrap my head around
NEW YORK, NY— Milo Kong is a 10-year-old 5th grader living in New York City, in the Greenwich Village neighborhood. Milo goes to school, plays with friends in the yard, and plays Roblox. Oh, and he is also a chess prodigy! You
NEW YORK, NY– Imagine you are walking down the street at around 5pm. It has gotten slightly dark out, and you are alone. You walk down the street, calmly. Suddenly, a piercing shout fills the air. “Hey babe!” You turn around quickly,
NEW YORK, NY–On March 16, 2021, eight people, six of Asian descent were killed at spas in Atlanta. The gunman claims this had nothing to do with racism but this sparked shock and fear for Asian Americans. According to NBC news, there
WASHINGTON, DC– The pandemic has forced millions to work from home, forcing a rethinking of our computers, what our bosses see behind us, and containment chambers for children. We now purchase masks and hand sanitizer like never before, have picked up new
NEW YORK, NY– Mother’s Day is a day where you’re supposed to treat your mom like a queen and do stuff for her. Make your mom breakfast, give her some flowers, make her a card… right? Well, no. Mother’s Day started in
New York, NY– In what has been a challenging year for all Americans, students are now trying to return to normalcy. Schools are reopening with half of the students actually attending at once. Discussions and hard conversations are being had between health
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