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Encore: A new tool helps teachers detect if AI wrote an assignment

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Several big school districts like New York and Los Angeles have blocked access to a new chat bot that uses artificial intelligence to produce essays and poetry that seem like a human wrote them.


A new tool helps teachers detect if AI wrote an assignment

Sunday, January 15, 2023

Several big school districts such as New York and Los Angeles have blocked access to a new chatbot that uses artificial intelligence to produce essays. One student has a new tool to help.


Books We Love: Cookbook edition

Saturday, December 24, 2022

From NPR's Books We Love, four staff members recommend new cookbooks: "Persiana Everyday," "Masa," "Koshersoul," and "The Woks of Life."


Announcing the fifth annual NPR Student Podcast Challenge

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

The national podcasting contest for middle and high school students will return in January and run through April 2023.


Skincare culture runs deep — and celebrities are cashing in

Friday, November 04, 2022

The promise of the skincare industry – and the celebrities crowding it – is that it's about health, not superficial beauty. But is it?


'Los Espookys' co-creator Julio Torres hates main character energy

Monday, October 24, 2022

Los Espookys co-creator and star Julio Torres joined It's Been A Minute to discuss the show, his designer parents, and why he likes to write for supporting characters.


Books We Love: 3 recommendations for a non-fiction read

Saturday, August 13, 2022

A summer edition of NPR's Books We Love. Today, we hear recommendations from our staff for three non-fiction titles: "Making Videogames," "The Nineties," and "Korean American."


5 ways to cope with the stressful news cycle

Friday, February 25, 2022

Russia invaded Ukraine yesterday, and the world seems to have shifted. While we wait for more information, don't forget to care for yourself and loved ones in other ways.


22 tips for 2022: Overcome gymtimidation by practicing weightlifting moves at home

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

If you're interested in breaking into weightlifting, try practicing the movements at home first by using basic household items, like a broom, and free video tutorials online to guide you.


Feel like you're missing something in 'Squid Game'? Here's a rundown

Saturday, October 16, 2021

Everyone's talking about the Netflix series Squid Game, about debt-ridden South Koreans playing deadly kids' games for cash — and if you feel like you're missing some cultural context, we can help.


Taking up space at work isn't easy. Here's how employees can speak up for one another

Saturday, October 02, 2021

Getting interrupted at work and having ideas stolen happens a lot to women, people of color and marginalized workers. Here are four ways to stop it from happening and make sure you're being heard.


Coldplay X BTS, 'My Universe'

Friday, September 24, 2021

The track, co-written in English and Korean by both groups, celebrates life's small wonders.


You've Made It To Campus! Now What? These Tips Can Help You Navigate College Life

Saturday, August 28, 2021

Whether you're just starting school or returning to campus after a year of adjusting to remote and hybrid-learning, we've got tips to help guide you through this academic year.


New To Investing? Here Are Some Common Mistakes To Avoid And Tips To Follow

Friday, July 30, 2021

Investing in a smart way can get you set up for whatever the future may bring. But where to begin? Here are a few tips for those who are just entering the world of investing.


7 Life Kit Episodes That Will Bring You Closer To Financial Independence

Saturday, July 10, 2021

Managing money is a lot easier with a little know-how. Here are seven Life Kit episodes on common but confusing money topics with personal finance and economics experts who are eager to help you out.


COMIC: Director Jon M. Chu's Long Journey From Home Videos To 'In The Heights'

Friday, June 11, 2021

Hollywood director Jon M. Chu got his start splicing VHS tapes of home videos, but it took him two decades — and acceptance of his cultural identity — to realize what stories he really wanted to tell.


Amanda Gorman: Using Your Voice Is A Political Choice

Friday, May 14, 2021

Poet Amanda Gorman has often been asked to write poems that aren't "political." In her 2018 TED Talk, she explains why her writing inherently carries messages greater than her words.


Engaging With Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage Month: A Reading List

Friday, May 14, 2021

Over the past year, stories surrounding Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have been full of violence and grief — here are some reading recommendations that'll take you beyond just suffering.


With Steamed Eggs And Succulents, 'Goodbye, Again' Brings Us Home

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Writer and cartoonist Jonny Sun's new book is a collection of essays, reflections and illustrations that consider everything from Tetris to succulent plants to dealing with loneliness.


Korean American TikTok Chefs Share Quarantine Recipes For Lunar New Year

Friday, February 12, 2021

For Korean Americans spending the holiday away from family, TikTok chefs Chris Cho, Jessica Woo and Joanne Molinaro (also known as The Korean Vegan) share comfort food recipes.