Lenore T. Adkins
National Christmas Tree celebration turns 100
Cheers to the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony's 100th birthday! Read on to find out how the ceremony began and evolved over time.
They rush into any crisis … and cook
World Central Kitchen has been feeding people in crisis since 2010. Learn about the work the nonprofit does in Ukraine and beyond.
American falconers explain their enthusiasm for the sport
November 16 is World Falconry Day. Meet three devoted American falconers caught up in the attractions of the ancient sport.
Halloweening for a special cause
Trick-or-treating goes digital in 2022 with UNICEF's campaign to raise money for children all over the world. Just scan the QR code and go!
Women’s colleges work for these scholars
What's it like going to a women's college in the United States? Three women with roots in the Middle East share their experiences.
Offering a fuller picture of Indigenous Maryland
A new mobile app created by an American University professor helps users learn about the past and present contributions of Indigenous peoples.
Signing from the highest levels of government
Learn more about the important role federal American Sign Language interpreters have in maintaining our democracy.
6 outstanding Americans educated at historically Black colleges and universities
What do Vice President Harris and retired football legend Jerry Rice have in common? They graduated from historically Black universities.
Native Americans protect heritage, connect visitors to nature at U.S. parks
International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples is August 9. Get to know Charles Sams III, director of the U.S. National Park Service.