The Power of Parents Who Say ‘No’

Although I couldn’t see it as a child, I now realize how amazing my mom was all those years ago. She knew what she thought was best and she didn’t care if I hated her for it. That’s strong parenting.

Social Anthropologist Gerald Berreman Dies at Age 83

A native of Portland, Ore., Berreman joined the UC Berkeley Department of Anthropology in 1959 as an assistant professor. He retired in 2001 after a distinguished career that featured a 41-year study of caste, gender, class and environment in and around the Indian village of Sirkanda and the urban area of Dehra Dun.

Fairfax County Teen Leads Anti-bully Crusade

A local teenager is leading a nationwide crusade against bullying with the help of a data scientist and web-based technology.

Win a Trip to Beautiful Kerala From Any Part of the World!

Children between the ages of 4 and 15 are invited to participate in the Clint Memorial International Children's Painting Competition.

School Enrollment Opens for 2013-2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee

2013-2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee registration opens. Vocabulary Content Provided for First Time

Hey Colleges, Please Accept My Averageness

Click. Click. Click. After five minutes of scrolling, I finally found the link that read “College Essay Prompt 2013.”

Spark!Lab India Project and Felicitation of Ritankar Das

Spark!Lab India Project and Felicitation of Ritankar Das - the Inaugural Event of Young India Series by the Indian Embassy.

Blind Indian Rejected by IITs Will Now Study at Stanford

Visually impaired Delhi student Kartik Sawhney has repeatedly been denied permission to appear for the IIT-JEE in the past three years because of his disability.


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