Lupita Nyong’o continues to establish herself as a style icon at the frontier of fashion here on earth and, more recently, galaxies far, far away.
A Georgia teen slated to graduate next week may be banned from walking across the stage after a yearbook prank.
Paris Gray, senior class vice president, member of SADD, the Beta Club, and a leader on campus, says she received an in-school suspension for a science prank she pulled.
Black youth who report experiencing frequent incidents of discrimination during adolescence are at a greater risk of developing heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke in later years.
The findings come at the conclusion of a study conducted by researchers at the University of Georgia and Emory University.
At 17-years old, James Martin has graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a degree in molecular biology!
Not only is he the youngest of his graduating class; James is also the most accomplished.
He graduate with a 3.9 GPA!
After making headlines across the country, Kiera Wilmot has spoken out on her harrowing ordeal.
As previously reported, an ill-advised science experiment landed Wilmot – a good student with a clean record – arrested, expelled, and facing felony charges.
After the harsh punishment sparked outrage and petitions, the charges were dropped.
Kiera describes her frightening experience, as well as the good and bad that came out of it.
18 Year-Old Eesha Khare grew tired of her cell phone losing power so quickly.
So this brilliant young lady invented a device that charges phones in 20-30 seconds max!
Creating the supercapacitor solved Khare’s issue and also piqued her interest in “really working at the nanoscale to make significant advances in many different fields.”
The National Science Foundation has awarded Clemson University with a $5 million grant.
The money will be used to launch an initiative aimed at increasing black participation in computer science.
More good news for Kiera Wilmot!
When news broke of the severe punishment facing Wilmot over a science experiment, she received widespread support from thousands of people across the country; including former NASA engineer Homer Hickam.
Hickam’s famous memior – Rocket Boys – was turned into a film called October Sky, starring Jake Gyllenhaal. He can identify with Wilmot’s situation; he himself had the police called on him for a science experiment he conducted as a young man.
As a show of support, Hickman awarded Kiera a scholarship to attend the United States Advanced Space Academy (ASA), a branch of the famous Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama!
Last week we told you about Florida teen Kiera Wilmot.
Assistant State Attorney Tammy Glotfelty advised that the 16 year-old face felony charges after a science experiment gone wrong. Teachers and classmates have maintained that Wilmot was a good student, and that the incident was purely an accident
Well it has since been revealed that a few weeks prior, this same attorney advised that charges be dropped against a white teen who accidentally killed his little brother with a BB gun.