Europe’s stability, both politically and economically, has begun to crumble, and the world is only witnessing the beginning of a newer, darker age in Europe. 8th grader Brandon Tupchong takes a long-form deep dive into what's going on and why it's happening.
7th grader Piano Kaewchaiyo explores some of the silly holidays you come across.
Almost everyone who watches college athletics knows conference realignment is an absolute dumpster fire. Many say it is ruining the sport. But, how did all of this, as well as the dissolution of the PAC-12 occur? 6th grader Cameron Moore dives in.
7th graders Maya Swan and Maeve O'Connell investigate the possible fall (?!) of the Stanley cup.
What's in a name? 7th grader Maeve O'Connell explores the-thing-about-names.
6th grader Krish Shah dives into the differences between the two most popular hockey-related sports: field and ice.
7th grader Oliver Nasatir explains a long history of excellence and how it has evolved over time.
8th grader Sophia Joseph explores the place we go everyday and it's multifaceted purposes.
6th grader Cameron Moore is back with his Question of the Month (QOTM) -- this time about Wilt Chamberlin's 100 point game in 1962, inspired, in part by Joel Embiid's recent historic 70-point performance in January 2024.