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Sugar Land’s 12th grader receives President’s Volunteer Service Award

For her work on Homeless Period Project – Houston Chapter

Danielle Turk, 12th grade student who attends Sugar Land Prep, has

HCC wins math curriculum award

HOUSTON, November 20, 2017 – Houston Community College has been honored with a 2017 MATH Pathway Exemplar Award for Excellence. The

College students far overestimate stimulant abuse, research finds

Research recently found America’s college students have an inflated view of prescription stimulant abuse, thinking it occurs more frequently than it actually does.

‘Bots battle for the ball, and the globe in Robot Olympiad

by Marc Burleigh SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica | AFP – The World Robotics Olympiad, being held in Costa Rica this weekend, shows human

11 year old invents lead-detection device, wins ‘America’s Top Young Scientist’

It was two years ago, owing to the Flint water crisis, that 11-year-old Gitanjali Rao became concerned about lead contamination. She has since

Beware – when bullying becomes a crime!


Did you know?

Every 7 seconds a child is bullied. Nearly 75% of school shootings have been linked to harassment

Teen governor? Kansas youths take on adults in a heartland US state

LAWRENCE, United States | AFP | With loose khaki pants, a button-down shirt and a dark blue blazer, Tyler Ruzich looks a lot

Failure: Milestones in the Road to Success

by Deepsikha Das This month at India House, the Youth Leadership Development Program (YLDP), the Houston based non-profit, invited Dr. Latha Ramchand to

Young women are better than men at ‘adulting’ in every way – except this one

by Shawn M. Carter NEW YORK – The results are in: Millennial women are better than men at “adulting.” That’s according to financial

Privacy groups warn of perils in smartwatches for kids

Activist and consumer groups fear that smartwatches for kids, instead of keeping children safe, could make them vulnerable to hackers or criminals