Asian Pacific American Month

Asian Pacific American Trailblazers!

You should know May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and it’s time to honor remarkable historical figures that were left out of our history classes. This month, take a moment to research important figures like Wing Luke and Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Looking for more…

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Girl Scouts Who’ve Made History

March is a special month for the Girl Scouts. Not only is it Women’s History Month, it also marks the founding of their organization by Juliette Gordon Low in March 1912. As we celebrate women’s history month, let’s take a moment to recognize the Girl Scouts who have made history…

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2011 Nobel Prize Winners

From female empowerment to further analysis of the universe, this year’s Nobel prize winners are prime examples of what founder Alfred Nobel hoped to achieve: progressive discoveries for the benefit of mankind. In 1888, Alfred Bernhard Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, discovered that a French newspaper had mistakenly printed his…

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