Signs of Hope in Newberg, Oregon

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you stop and think about the issues facing your community, your country, and even the world. But one women in Newberg, Oregon is proving that a few encouraging words can help make the world a brighter place. Two years ago, Amy Wolff finished readying “Love Does” by Bob Goff.…

Hugs for Heroes

Every day, men and women across the nation risk their lives to serve and protect the citizens of the United States. After five police officers were killed last year in the Dallas, Texas massacre, seven-year-old Rosalyn Baldwin set out on a mission to spread love to police departments in every single state. When Rosalyn approached…

Girl Power Breaks Down Barriers for the Blind

Each year, 250 of MIT’s brightest students come together to compete in the MakeMIT Hackathon challenge. A traditional hackathon is a design marathon where coders, graphic designers, project managers, and anyone else in the realm of software development come together to create an amazing software project in a short period of time. At MakeMIT, students…

Patriotism Knows No Age

Oh Wednesday, June 14, the United States will celebrate Flag Day. This holiday commemorates that day 300 years ago when the Second Continental Congress formally adopted what has become a symbol of freedom, hope, and sacrifice for the citizens of the U.S.A. But for 11-year-old Preston Sharp, it’s just one more day in a year-round…