You may have heard of The Brown Stem Girl organization, which empowers, educates, and motivates young girls of color in STEM. However, did you know it was founded by Alena Analeigh, the youngest Black person accepted into medical school in the U.S.?
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Kim Petras on making history as transgender Grammy winner, No. 1 hitmaker: 'I hope this opens doors for even more'
"I hope I can be a part of pushing that so people say, ‘Well, Kim Petras is a really successful musician who's really talented and performs at the Grammys, so I can be whatever I want to be too.'"
Experts say periods can reveal much more about a woman’s health than whether or not she’s pregnant.
College campus is buzzing with tales from Winter Break, who did what and who went where?! But now it’s time to get down to business and figure out what the summer, next year and more has in store. And it starts with making an appointment with your College Career Counselor, but what do you ask once you’re there? We spoke with Shayne Lazar, a career counselor at Hunter College in New York City, to give us some pointers.
Now’s the time for you to put your hands on the wheel! In the next few weeks, we’ll introduce audiences to a male dominated sport where we aim to break barriers, all while giving real life examples of careers in STEM you might never have considered.
The New Jersey native beat out 2018 Olympic figure skating team bronze medalist Bradie Tennell for the gold medal by about 10 points
As you start getting ready for school and are preparing for your college journey you may not be used to using some basic apps to collab with friends or even help pay a bill after going out to eat with friends. Here are some essential apps to download before school starts.
Taylor Swift released a music video for "Lavender Haze" on Friday, which included a groundbreaking co-star.
"Someone spat at me in the street," they told Zane Lowe
More than half of LGBTQ parents in Florida are considering moving their families to another state over concerns that a new Florida education law – known to its critics as the “Don’t Say Gay” law – stigmatizes LGBTQ identities and creates a hostile learning environment for LGBTQ children or students with LGBTQ family members. In…
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The Adderall shortage has been 'absolute hell' for adults and kids. Here’s what doctors say patients can do.
Thanks to a continuing nationwide Adderall shortage, many adults and parents of children with ADHD are scrambling to get their prescriptions filled.
Capitol Hill ramped up its fight against Live Nation, the parent company of Ticketmaster, during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday.
Her roles in Avatar and the Avengers films helped her reach a box office milestone no other actor has accomplished
Jessica Bradshaw found out that her 15-year-old identified as transgender at school after she glimpsed a homework assignment with an unfamiliar name scrawled at the top. When she asked about the name, the teenager acknowledged that, at his request, teachers and administrators at his high school in Southern California had for six months been letting him use the boy’s bathroom and calling him by male pronouns. Bradshaw was confused: Didn’t the school need her permission, or at least need to tell h
We asked Chief People Officer Kate Parente at Pega, a software company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts how people can avoid struggling in a new work environment when starting remotely.
A fierce national debate is on, as state leaders and educational institutions either ban the use of such words as “Latinx” and “field” or institute guidelines on how to use them to promote inclusion and equity.
Climate campaigner Greta Thunberg was detained alongside other activists on Tuesday during protests against the demolition of the coal village of Luetzerath but the entire group will be released later in the day, according to police. Thunberg was held while protesting at the opencast coal mine of Garzweiler 2, some 9 km (5.6 miles) from Luetzerath, where she sat with a group of protesters near the edge of the mine. The clearing of the village in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia was agreed between RWE and the government in a deal that allowed the energy giant to demolish Luetzerath in exchange for its faster exit from coal and saving five villages originally slated for destruction.
Across America, youth-centered nonprofits are reshaping the face of the environmental movement
The nation’s tax-filing season began on Monday.
America's original Westward Expansion was led by entrepreneurs of the day noticing great economic opportunities out west. A just-released study shows that a new slew of opportunities are appearing in Western states for women entrepreneurs.
The most historic legacy of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, a left-leaning resource nationalist who casts his administration as a turning point in the annals of Mexico, may be to pave the way for the country's first woman leader. Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum, a 60-year-old physicist, environmentalist and longstanding ally of Lopez Obrador who has governed as mayor in tandem with his presidency, has emerged as early front-runner to be his party's candidate in 2024, despite hints she could be more moderate than him. Polls give Lopez Obrador's National Regeneration Movement (MORENA) a commanding lead in the presidential race, currently making the election appear a battle between the ruling party's own contenders.
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Miss Wisconsin Grace Stanke of Wausau was named Miss America 2023. Here's what you should know about the 20-year-old UW-Madison student.
Judy Blume introduces 'Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret' trailer, says the movie is 'better than the book'
The author also explained why the classic book was banned from many libraries in the 1980s.
Women are finding out their 'rare' health issues aren't actually that uncommon thanks to social media
A growing number of people with rare health conditions have found they are far from alone thanks to social media.