The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has just declared affirmative action unconstitutional, which will prohibit universities from legally counting a student’s race as a factor for admission to their institution.
Reviving extinct animals poses ethical and practical questions that would need to be addressed.
Dementia villages have drastically changed dementia treatment and the future for aging.
Financial literacy could have helped many during the Great Recession, but the lessons learned are more relevant than ever today.
For the third time in recent years, Assemblymember Luz Rivas is introducing a bill that would require students in grades 1-12 to learn about the effects of climate change and ways to mitigate it. “California is falling behind other states and countries about teaching...
Stanford University is a dream come true for many high school students but their experiences about the campus differ.
For years, genetics have been the end all be all. The reason to why we have our traits, why we look how we look, why we are how we are, what diseases we were susceptible to and everything was set in stone. However, recent medical innovation, CRISPR/Cas9 has proven otherwise and that indeed we can change our genetics.
Recently, Syria has been rated as one of the most dangerous countries in the world, if not the most dangerous. But the question arises, how are the citizens – the ones in real danger – dealing with this?
A referendum at Wellesley College, a historically women’s college, seeks to diversify the language to be more inclusive of transgender and nonbinary students.
El Rancho High offers 12 AP classes but trying to keep them from closing has become an increasingly concerning issue for the school.