Al Jazeera Journalists Convicted in Egypt

By DAPHNE OKUYAMA, age 10 According to Amnesty International, the Egyptian government claims that Al Jazeera is supporting the rights of the Muslim Brotherhood, and Egypt is doing this to punish the news agency. PHOTO: Steve Rhodes On June 23, 2014, Al Jazeera...

Scientists Discover Massive Underground Water Reservoir

By KALANI CHEN-HAYES, age 11 Scientists previously theorized that water was formed when comets collided with Earth. PHOTO: Wikimedia Commons Northwestern University geophysicist Steve Jacobsen and University of New Mexico seismologist Brandon Schmandt recently...

Cyclists Building Peace

By SADIE PRICE-ELLIOTT, age 12 While many people decide to travel by plane or car, some choose to see the world by bicycle. PHOTO: Vincent Burgeon Cyclists from across the world are building peace with help from a growing community called Warm Showers. While many...

The Bullying Effect

By MARIANNE NACANAYNAY, age 12 Illustrations by KIT MILLS In 8th grade, Kelby Johnson came out as lesbian. “In our little town of Tuttle, OK, that was a dangerous thing to do,” said Kelby. The bullying started with cruel comments and notes in school, but got much...

Meet IndyKids Reporter, Olivia Minguela

By MATTHEW KUE, age 11 PHOTO: Jon Tupas Olivia Minguela, age 11, has been a kid reporter for IndyKids since January 2014. Matt: How did you get interested in journalism, and why do you like it? Olivia: My friends kept on talking about how they wanted to be journalists...