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The Satanic Pact that Kickstarted World War II

How close was the world to being a Fascist-Leninist dystopia if a joint alliance of Hitler, Stalin, and Hideki Tōjō had won World War II? This could have been a consequence if it weren’t for a series of blunders made by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, including one by Adolf Hitler, when he turned one […]

A Short History of the Game Boy by Schamil Saeed, 11

Over the years, there have been many attempts to capture the thrill of console games in a smaller, handheld package, but none have been as prolific as Nintendo’s Game Boy. But how, and why, did this asymmetrical gray brick become so popular? To find out, we have to journey to Kyoto, Nintendo’s headquarters, in the […]

Invisible Emmie, Reviewed by Maahika Challagulla, 12

The dictionary definition of invisible is “unable to be seen; not visible to the eye”. The middle school definition of invisible is not exactly the same. Has someone ever walked by you, shoved past you, and not given you a second glance? That happens to Emmie on a daily basis. This is understandable, because she […]

A Collector’s Armory Ep. 3: Pre-Tween Collecting by Ayaan Pirani, 12

https://stonesoup.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/Podcast-3.m4a Welcome to A Collector’s Armory! This is a podcast about collecting different things throughout the stages of life. The name of this episode is Pre-Tween Collecting. I’ll be your host, Ayaan Pirani, and in this episode we will be covering what 6-9 year olds collect. I’ll be talking about what is commonly collected at […]