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A Visit to the World’s Largest Bounce House

Enya Yang

November 14th, 2023

The inflatable landscape travels around the country, offering fun for kids of all ages. 

Atlanta Hosts Fall National College Media Convention

Skye Oduaran

November 14th, 2023

The annual event is the largest gathering for collegiate journalists, media students, and their advisers. 

Earthshot Prizes Are Awarded in Singapore

Eden Teoh

November 14th, 2023

Prince William names the five winners of this year’s global competition “to repair and regenerate our planet.”

Uncovering Seneca Village

Leyla Saldanha

November 8th, 2023

Our Kid Reporter explores the history of a predominately African American community that made way, in the 1850s, for New York City’s Central Park. 

Chris Janson Performs at the Historic Egyptian Theatre

Evy Bingle

November 8th, 2023

The country music star recently visited one of the most popular destinations in DeKalb, Illinois.



Author Isabel Wilkerson Charts a Path to the Future

Skye Oduaran

November 7th, 2023

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist talks about the need for racial justice at an event hosted by the Emory University Center for Ethics in Georgia. 

A Mid-Autumn Festival in Singapore Celebrates the Moon

Eden Teoh

November 7th, 2023

The festival is one of the most important annual traditions in Chinese culture. 

Celebrating Halloween at the White House

Xander Dorsey

November 7th, 2023

Our Kid Reporter visited 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, where President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden handed out books and candy. 

Australia Holds Referendum on Indigenous Rights

Arjun Durvasula

November 7th, 2023

In October, the residents of this island country in Oceania voted whether or not to alter the Constitution and give the First Peoples a greater say in the government.   

Learning About Lizards

Luke Lamour

November 3rd, 2023

In honor of National STEAM Day, our Kid Reporter talks with Dr. Earyn McGee, a herpetologist and lizard wrangler. 

Reflecting on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy

Skye Oduaran

October 27th, 2023

A visit to the King memorial in Washington, D.C., inspires our Kid Reporter to recall the late civil rights leader’s lasting contributions to the United States. 

Florida Residents Collect Supplies for Israelis

Rebekah McNarney

October 27th, 2023

Members of the Jewish community in the Orlando area have been gathering medical supplies for soldiers and their families on the front lines of the war. 

Oregon Town Hosts Giant Pumpkin Regatta

Owen Marksbury

October 25th, 2023

An annual Halloween season event in Tualatin draws 20,000 people. 

In Iowa, Women’s Basketball Goes Big

Evy Bingle

October 20th, 2023

The “Crossover at Kinnick” drew a record crowd for a basketball game played in a football stadium between the University of Iowa and DePaul University. 

A Holocaust Exhibition for Kids Opens in New York City

Deirdre Liebman

October 18th, 2023

“Courage to Act” tells the story of a dramatic rescue mission of Denmark’s Jewish population during World War II. 

Canadian Holiday Honors the Indigenous Community

Jade Lof

October 4th, 2023

A National Day for Truth and Reconciliation inspires healing and action after centuries of abuse of Indigenous children. 

Women Who Go “Above and Beyond”

Skye Oduaran

September 28th, 2023

An event in Florida honors outstanding women for their accomplishments in government, media, and public service.  

Banana Ball Is a Home Run

Quade Kelley

September 27th, 2023

The Savannah Bananas are dazzling fans with their stunts, skills, dancing, and joy. 

A National Museum of the American Latino Is Planned

Xander Dorsey

September 26th, 2023

A proposed museum on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., will share stories that have gone untold. 

A Sweet Business With Humble Beginnings

Natalie Bendix

September 22nd, 2023

Gilles Frozen Custard in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, is still going strong more than 70 years after its start. 

Strike Affects Workers and Hollywood

Nora Onovo

September 21st, 2023

Since early May, members of the Writers Guild of America have been walking the picket line. What is at stake? 

DeSantis Draws Protests in Florida

Lincoln Miller

September 18th, 2023

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a Republican candidate for President, is drawing anger and controversy with his restrictions on learning. 

Exploring Jim Henson’s Maryland Roots

Gavin Gracey

September 13th, 2023

A Muppet-filled multimedia exhibition at the Maryland Center for History and Culture spotlights the creator’s rich legacy. 

Seeing the World Through an Artist’s Eyes

Quade Kelley

September 12th, 2023

Master glassblower Josh Simpson hopes that his tiny glass planets will be enjoyed by future generations. 


Diana Award Winner From Malaysia Seeks Environmental Change

Jay Sivanesan P...

September 11th, 2023

Max Han, a graduate student at Yale University, talks about his organization, Youths United for Earth, and his passion to create a better world.