One of the hardest things in high school is not having a computer at home. And for me it’s not…
What do Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and even Bill Nye the Science Guy all have in common? They are white guys. STEM fields are infamous for lacking females and people of color participants, but maybe not for long.
The Life Is Living festival is an event that happens once a year in Oakland. It promotes science, which is the root of the event, but it’s also learning, having fun and connecting with the community. I went to the event last saturday with my two sisters. My goal was to visit the STEM mini Maker Faire, and check out the other booths and their interactive experiments .
The White House released a Dear Colleague letter to school districts, states and schools reinforcing the need to provide all students with equal resources — especially students of minority backgrounds.
Most teens can’t remember a time without smartphones. But I can, because I just got my first phone last week, a red Nexus 5. Now that I have one, I still can’t see what all the hype is about.
On August 19, 2014 in MATCH we took a field trip to Google. The bus picked us up from Youth Radio and drove us all through different places. I still remember seeing a farm and other things that I don’t usually see in Oakland.
I went out looking for teens in an unscientific search to see if they are hanging out at the mall. I didn’t have much luck.
What’s out with teens in the social media space is important to investors — but why? Teens aren’t rolling in disposable income, after all. But 16-year-old Jasiri Emerson says teens are the most avid users of social media.
From drones in the sky, to raccoons on your block, Youth Radio’s science desk has got you covered. Check out a short list of some of our favorite moments of 2013.