Updates On Online Learning In Maryland

The Covid-19 virus has been affecting us all in many different ways, especially academically. Schools have been shut down since last March and we have no comfirmed timeline about when they may reopen. Everyone still wants to be safe during this pandemic, but a select bunch of kids could greatly benefit from going back to school.  Some parents are hesitant to let their children go … Continue reading Updates On Online Learning In Maryland

Vacation Spots Reopening

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many countries have closed their borders to visitors to further enforce social distancing rules and keep the virus out of their countries. Places like the Bahamas, Aruba, Bermuda, and Cambodia have started to open their borders back up. Even with Covid-19 cases rising, these countries have reopened and are allowing American tourists. Steve Carvell, a professor from Cornell University’s School … Continue reading Vacation Spots Reopening

Stereotypes in Disney’s Jessie and Bunk’d

The Disney show Jessie and its spin-off Bunk’d were extremely harmful to many of its viewers. Since the shows were aired in 2011 and 2015, people were either too young or too naive to notice anything wrong with it. The shows portrayed many stereotypes for almost all of the characters. For example, Zuri was portrayed as a sassy black girl, Ravi was the Indian nerd … Continue reading Stereotypes in Disney’s Jessie and Bunk’d

New Representation in “Raya and the Last Dragon” (2021)

In the spring of 2021, there will be a new Southeast Asian Disney Princess from a new movie called “Raya and the Last Dragon.” The movie will take place in a fantasy land that is heavily influenced and inspired by many countries, including Singapore and Thailand. Raya is not a typical princess, but she still falls into the category because she is seen as a … Continue reading New Representation in “Raya and the Last Dragon” (2021)