By Lauren Claggett, age 12 Most U.S. citizens have heard of Columbus Day, which is observed every year on the second Monday of October. The holiday was named after Christopher Columbus, who claimed to have found the “new world.” Although this holiday is very well known, it isn’t based on facts. Christopher Columbus was not …
Have you ever thought about the story of your name? Itzel Cortes shares her story about exploring her own name and what it means to her.
Since the US-led invasion in 2003, much of Iraq’s cultural heritage has been destroyed: one million books, ten million other documents and 14,000 archaeological artifacts have been lost.
Brenda and her neighbors in Mexico City participate in a 400-year-old Christmas tradition, called Posadas.