Education

Nearly 100,000 people are eligible for student loan debt cancelation, the Department of Education announced on Wednesday

We always talk about getting enough sleep.  But a new article on Ted.com says there are actually SEVEN different types of rest we need. According to Ted.com, here are all seven, and what they mean . . . Physical rest, either passive or active. Passive includes sleeping or napping.  Active means things like getting a […]

The city of Columbus has been trending in more ways than one with the events of this past weekend making headlines across the nation. A local club went viral and was temporarily shutdown after having 500 patrons and allegedly not following social distance guidelines. As well as the shooting death of 23 year old, Casey […]

Happy Halloween 2020! The holiday well definitely look very different this year so AAA has some tips for staying safe and avoiding the tricksters. Check them out below:   According to AAA, your vehicle is twice as likely to get vandalized on Halloween compared to other days of the year, and they suggest parking it […]

Hey Parents!!! Have your kids told you about this new “Benadryl Challenge” that they have been partaking in on Tik Tok? Of course, they haven’t! The FDA is warning everyone about the dangers of this challenge.   Check out the video below:   According to the FDA, there is yet another new teen craze on […]

Education in Columbus: An Urban One Virtual Town Hall Pt.2, hosted by DJ Mr. King and Stephanie Hightower, President & CEO of the Columbus Urban League, will provide resources for parents around Central Ohio.  The discussion will include many helpful topics to navigate education and what it looks like in a COVID world. Education in […]

These are different times for us all and it can be a daunting task of finding the little things that keep us happy. With our outlets like vacations, concerts, and sports, not happening a new survey has managed to find the top ten “little joys” we’ve been relying on during the pandemic.  Check ’em out […]

This weekend is ‘Ohio Tax Free Weekend’ and a great time for you to pick up some much needed school supplies even if you’re starting the year off virtually. Here’s what you need to know before you start shopping: According to NBC4i.com, Ohio’s sales tax free weekend for school supplies and clothing begins from midnight […]

Part One of Education in Columbus: An Urban One Virtual Town Hall, hosted by DJ Mr. King and Stephanie Hightower, President & CEO of the Columbus Urban League, took place as a resource for parents around Central Ohio.  The discussion included many helpful topics to navigate education and what it looks like in a COVID […]

If your a tall guy, you may want to read this. Tall people might be more likely to contract COVID-19, according to a new study. According to the DailyMail, data from 2,000 people in the U.K. and U.S. shows that men over 6-feet tall were twice as likely to be diagnosed with the virus. Women […]

A San Francisco lawmaker, Shamann Walton, proposed the Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies Act, known as the CAREN Act, at a board meeting on Tuesday afternoon. If passed, it would make fake and racially motivated 911 calls illegal. According to NBCNews, the acronym for Board of Supervisors member Shamann Walton‘s bill, CAREN, refers to the […]

Hey Parents, have you talked to your graduating senior about their plans for college and how soon they plan to start? With all the uncertainties, a large percentage of seniors are opting to take a gap year and begin their freshman year of college in 2021. According to BusinessInsider, a lot of graduating high school […]