When I went to school for the first time, I noticed that many of my classmates did not have the same skin color as me.
COVID-19 has been relevant in news for almost a year and a half now, and everyone has in some way been affected by the pandemic – from dealing with masks, sanitizing and social distancing to isolation from society and dealing with death
Mary Jackson was one of three remarkable women who worked for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, predecessor to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, as a “human computer” in 1958 and eventually became NASA’s first Black female engineer.
Abby Harris has been Johnstown’s Young Life leader since 2015. Young Life works with adults who are concerned enough about kids to go to them, on their turf and in their culture, building bridges of authentic friendship.
Soaring among the trees and crawling in tight, dark caves changes hundreds of young lives each year at Outdoor Odyssey.
Sidney Kushner never would have imagined his nonprofit touched so many critically ill children’s lives over the past 10 years.
Stephanie Paratore is a mentor to many different people and students. She is always there for people when they need her, no matter what she is doing.
My father, Cliff Smith, served in the first infantry division as an intelligence analyst for the army and believes veteran mental health care is always underfunded “and put last.”
When I was in the seventh grade back in 2016, I was lucky enough to have my first civics class at the same time as a national election was occurring. It was the first time I ever watched a new presidential inauguration, and had a somewhat decent understanding of what it signified for our country.