Our resident prom expert Finley Davis talked with Riya Gupta, 16, and Nishka Ayyar, 17, co-founders of an app that lets teenage girls rent and lend formal and everyday wear from each other.
A team of graduate students at the University of Florida is working on technology to make traffic stops safer and more transparent– both for the people pulled over and the officers involved.
Snapchat’s newest update is not just tearing friends apart–it’s pretty unsafe too.
Run 4 Prez is a race-style game where you compete against an opponent to see who gets to the White House first. Get your electoral facts wrong, and your campaign will be left in the dust. Get your facts right, and you’ll out-run your competitor for the win!
As youth of color today, we are not expected to achieve greatness. That’s how Kalimah Priforce, the Co-Founder and CEO…
Attending your first hackathon can be intimidating. You might even think that winning first, second or third place is improbable. Here is Youth Radio Interactive’s Storm White sharing some tips on how to succeed. Her team won first place at My Brother’s Keeper Hackathon in Oakland, CA and it was her first time participating in one.
Hacking doesn’t mean breaking stuff anymore. The term has evolved. Now, hacking is often a form of making.
In this interactive, you’ll explore the stories behind 13 objects that police officers have mistaken for guns. The cases you’re about to see vary in circumstance and outcome, but each ended with someone getting shot.
California’s governor just passed a “Yes Means Yes” law to address the issue of sexual assault on college campuses. It…