How to Use the Outdoors to Teach STEM this Fall

This year, fall is looking very different from the previous years. With extended time of children learning at home, it is more important than ever to have varied educational experiences that focus on real world experiences. Additionally, since students are spending hours in front of their screens in virtual classrooms, it is important that some…

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Wives try to earn less? Not according to the data

New findings challenge previous research showing a tendency by women to sabotage themselves in order to earn less than their husbands do, something called the “breadwinner norm.” The new, closer look at the data reveals that might not be the case. A 2015 paper, now well known in economics research, details a graph that appears…

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Seriously Gaming

How can Blacks finally get in the game, and become creators of the games we all love? Thirty years ago Nintendo brought Game Boy to the United States, where it became an instant icon of the 80s’. Game Boy and Game Boy Color would go on to sell 118.69 million units worldwide. From Super Mario…

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eSports and HBCUs: A Conversation with David Hughes

Hampton University will become the first HBCU with an eSports gaming lab Historically, Blacks and Hispanics in the United States have been ‘late to the game’ or ‘sidelined’ in matters involving technological advances. The digital divide is the term we use to describe this gap in technology access between the haves and the have-nots. In…

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Solar Day Lamp With Battery Backup

Advertisement This solar day lamp with battery backup can be used in offices, homes, shops, warehouses, temples, etc. It offers a cost-effective way of harnessing solar energy. It is simple to manufacture and has a long life. The basic solar day lamp (SDL) consists of only two parts: photovoltaic (PV) panels and LED arrays. Due…

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