Do you know which US President hated his vegetables? Or how about which one of them was the shortest? I thought it’d be fun to celebrate President’s Day with a presidential quiz. Now I know it’s hard to remember those US History lessons from school so rather then the hard facts, here are 9 questions that […]
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Some little known facts about U.S. presidents and their college careers.
We asked David Chin, Tutor.com’s Project Manager to tell us a little bit about Chinese New Year and how he used to celebrate as a child growing up in NYC. Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in the Chinese calendar. It is a time to buy decorations, food and new clothing. Traditionally, every […]
Can everything you learned in history class be applied to high school life?
So your teacher just assigned you a 10-page research paper, and you have no idea where to start. Maybe your topic choices are already limited, and you just have to pick one. Or, horror of horrors, your teacher has left the topic choice totally and completely up to you. With research papers, picking the right […]
By now we know that President-elect Barack Obama will be sworn in as the first African-American president in US history. I’ve read that anywhere from 3 to 5 million people will be attendance for Inauguration Day. That would more than double the record set by Lyndon B. Johnson in 1965 with 1.2 million. Visit the […]