Sharpen your pencils - the SAT is undergoing some serious changes.
Classcraft is the first online educational role-playing game that teachers and students play together in the classroom. Developed by high school physics teacher Shawn Young, who saw an opportunity to leverage technology to supercharge the way instructors educate students and prepare them for their future, Classcraft easily layers on top of existing lesson plans to supplement classroom learning.
A Capital One bank branch in Riverdale Park, Md., earns the interest of students at Parkdale High School - especially those who work for or bank with it.
"I didn't record any songs that I didn't completely relate to." -"Glee" singer and actress Lea Michele, on her album "Louder," in Seventeen's April issue
"Purple hair and work out clothes really don't go together ... Like I may have to give up physical activity for my purple hair ... Hair like this deserves combat boots and hobo-chic jeans.")
Social media platforms clearly have benefited countless people, but they also have negatively affected many by creating new means of bullying.
If you find Brooke Rogers sitting in class at Ardrey Kell High, she won't be slouched in her seat like other classmates might be.
Kenneth Huh and his parents have the same conversation over and over at the dinner table. They wanted to discuss the John Marshall High School junior's medals in the speech and interview parts of the Academic Decathlon in February.
Long before Corvo shook up the landscape with "Dishonored," Garrett was showing how stealth was done in the "Thief" series. Capable of pick pocketing people like a pro and finding ways into houses and castles to steal valuable goods - under the noses of guards, no less- Garrett got the job done with ease through multiple games. Now, "Thief" has returned, attempting to reclaim the video game realm with a new adventure. Does it succeed? For the most part, yes.