A New Age of Bullying

By SONIA CHAJET WIDES, age 10 Mentored by NIKKI BALDAUF Students in British Columbia, Canada work together to end bullying in their schools and communities. PHOTO: BC Gov Photos Kids deal with bullying every day. But today there’s a new age of bullying:...

Endangerment of Alexander Archipelago Wolves in Alaska

By NINI KAUFFMAN-O’HEHIR, age 9 Mentored by ANNIE FOX Aerial view of Tongass National Forest. The effects of logging in this forest will impact an ecosystem of animals as well as humans. PHOTO: Alan Wu/Flickr The Alexander Archipelago Wolf is becoming endangered...

Climate Change Report Warns About Global Warming Consequences

By MAEVE BRENNAN, age 9 Mentored by JENNIFER GIANGRANDE The intensification of certain phenomena, including floods, droughts, fires and severe weather are believed to be the result of climate change. PHOTO: Marion/Pixabay A new report produced by the Intergovernmental...

How Will Food Stamp Cuts Affect People?

By OLIVIA FRANCO, age 9 Mentored by SARAH TODD The U.S. Department of Agriculture states that 45 percent of food stamp benefits go to children under the age of 18. PHOTO: Jaro Larnos There is a conflict between politicians who want to cut funding for food stamp...

Immigration Detainees on Hunger Strike

By OLIVIA MINGUELA, age 11 The border fence at Friendship Park. More individuals have been deported under the Obama Administration than any previous administration. PHOTO: BBC World Service In March, 2014, 130 people out of 1,300 immigration detainees at the U.S....