Happy Friday eve! Gear up for a weekend of creativity by getting your mental corn popping 🙂
Annabelle Timsit reports that Maya Angelou to become the first Black woman on a US quarter. The Washington Post
Leah Asmelash announces that a new Barbie honors journalist Ida B. Wells. CNN
Enzo Dimatteo reports that Ontario’s school reopening announcement turns into a gong show. Now Toronto
Moira Donovan reveals how two-eyed seeing mixes Indigenous knowledge with Western science in Nova Scotia. CBC
Kate Harding: have we forgotten how to read critically? Dame
Harley Rustad explains why tourists experience “India syndrome.” The Guardian
China’s forgotten warrior queen – Fu Hao. Xiran Jay Zhao
Bianca Marschke-Kunz tells the tale of the scholar and the king: Alcuin and Charlemagne. Medievalists.net
Can Moon colonies get oxygen from … the Moon? SciShow Space
Nadia Drake feels relief as NASA’s most powerful space telescope finishes risky unfolding. National Geographic
Jess Romeo shares the real science of the multiverse. JSTOR Daily
Thank you for stopping by, and I hope you took away something to inspire a future creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well and stay safe; be kind and stay strong. The world needs your stories!