Doubles Luge: Breaking Down The Internet's Favorite Sport
The Winter Olympics showcase our favorite and most picturesque winter sports: from ski jumping, to figure skating, to ice hockey. But don't forget about doubles luge, the internet's favorite Olympic sport. Join us as we explore the history of this intimate display and reveal why doubles luge is so much more than a meme.
The Real Reason We Have Gym Class At All
Physical education classes are declared compulsory in 97% of the world’s countries. Here in the U.S, it employs over 20,000 people. It’s a standard part of schooling that, when you think about it, feels out of place. But just over 100 years ago, gym class was a rarity. So what changed? And should we have it at all?
How Companies Design Products To Avoid Tariffs
Is a Snuggie a blanket or a sweatshirt? Now this may seem like a silly question, but you really should think twice about your answer. See, that question has not only been answered, but even debated in front of The Court of International Trade. Why? Well, how a product is classified can mean either big savings or big costs for the company that sells it.
Why American Gas Stations Are Turning Into Supermarkets
American gas stations are massive and only getting bigger. That's because most chains like Wawa, Sheetz, and Buc-ee's sell way more than just gas. So when and why did gas stations change from single-pump service garages to supersized, all-in-one travel hubs?
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February 2021 Special Report
Do you remember the sound of your high school auditorium as you played the lead? How about the crack of a bat when you hit a home run? Or how the room went quiet when you won a debate? For the last year, some students struggled with no extracurricular activity. Hear from high school seniors who discuss what a lack of extra credit means to them and and how it's shaping their futures.