This year has been a huge year for Zoom, as families and friends around the world have turned to the video chat service to stay in touch during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Anna Sokiran
On November 17th, Victor Glover became the first African-American astronaut to begin a full six-month stay on the orbiting lab. Continue reading NASA’s First Black Man to Arrive at Space Station for Long-term Stay
By Laurie Dowling, National Utilities Diversity Council
What do you get when a serial innovator merges her vocation and her avocation? You get Bronwyn Morgan, founder of Xeo Air, an outsourced AI-based drone services and data analytics company, and Airversity Drone Academy & Consulting.Continue reading Who Said Woman Was Not Meant to Fly?
Popular social media app TikTok has become a viral success in the past two years of its existence. Continue reading How TikTok is Helping Students Heal
As businesses prepare to open their doors again, the hiring process has begun. Nearly forty million Americans lost their jobs from the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, which means that many of those people will be searching for work Continue reading Job Interviews are Going Virtual, Here’s What You Need to Know
On its 50th anniversary, the iconic Los Angeles Pride Festival and Parade, which normally draw hundreds of thousands of people to West Hollywood in June, will be going digital because of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading LA Pride Festival Cancels In-Person Celebration, Will Go Digital
By McKinley Corbley
It seems that your news feed has been flooded with nerve-wracking updates on the COVID-19 outbreaks, have no fear—there are also plenty of positive updates on the pandemic as well. Continue reading 10 Positive Updates on the COVID-19 Outbreaks From Around the World
David Opateyibo is only 20-years old, but is already making international headlines for his ability to create and develop his very own drones. Continue reading Meet the 20-Year Old Entrepreneur Behind the Most Innovative Drone Technology
Technological advancements continue to transform the media industry, rapidly changing how media is created, distributed and consumed. This transformation requires new Continue reading Want a career in tech? Start here.
By Halley Bondy
Throughout her biotech engineering career, Kimberly Bryant was the only black female in the room most of the time. And as Bryant rose the ranks to become manager at companies like DuPont, Phillip Morris and Genentech, she yearned for Continue reading How Black Girls Code transformed from basement experiment to international movement
Freddie Figgers, 30, was abandoned near a dumpster at birth and was adopted when he was just two days old by two loving parents. Continue reading He Was Abandoned Near A Dumpster As A Baby. Now He’s The CEO Of A Company Valued Over $62 Million
By Gina Vitale | MIT News correspondent
Stephon Henry-Rerrie grew up in Brooklyn as the oldest of five siblings. He loved math puzzles from a young age and chose a premed track in his specialized high school. He never thought he’d study at MIT, but Continue reading From Science Class to the Stock Exchange