Where’s the honey?

All over the world, honeybee colonies are collapsing. This phenomenon, called Colony Collapse Disorder, happens when the colonies’ worker bees mysteriously disappear. For many years, scientists have been unable to determine the cause of these disappearances. Reports have suggested that the widespread use of pesticides may have something to do with colony collapse, but the exact cause remains unclear.

Letters that spell out our future

The grades we receive in school have a profound impact on our future, starting before we enter high school and following us through university. Our grade point average affects the programs we’re eligible for at our current school (extracurricular clubs, sports, et cetera), the schools and graduate programs we can get into later in life and even our continued presence in these programs.