The Influenza of 1918: What Can We Learn?

The Influenza of 1918: What Can We Learn?

With over 50 million deaths worldwide and 675,000 deaths alone in the United States, the 1918 influenza (or the Spanish Flu) pandemic took more lives than were lost during World War I and is considered one of the deadliest in history. It is estimated that 500 million...
50 Years of Pride

50 Years of Pride

Despite their discrete omission from school curriculums, queer people have existed in every decade you have ever covered in a history class. They have been the artists, politicians, scientists, authors, and more. In fact, many household idols – Leonardo DaVinci,...