Day: September 2, 2020

An education app made by kids for kids

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Young app designers have developed an education app

Lockdown saw lots of people doing all sorts of new things.

A team of young business minded children, turned their attention to creating an app!

Hope3G.com made by HOPE is an app developed by children for children, with the aim to bring education to all.

Coronavirus and home schooling, sparked a light blub moment for these young people who saw they could bring the classroom to everyone.

What is Hope3G.com?

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This is an educational app that aims to give people the equal right to an education.

In some places around the world education is not compulsory or accessible and this app has been designed to make education accessible for anyone who wants it.

Its free to download and free to use but that’s

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University of Alabama has 1,200 students who have tested positive for Covid-19

More than 1,000 students at the University of Alabama have tested positive for Covid-19 since classes resumed on the Tuscaloosa campus less than two weeks ago, according to the University of Alabama System.



Historical campus gates to the campus of University of Alabama.


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Historical campus gates to the campus of University of Alabama.

The UA System coronavirus dashboard notes another 158 cases were recorded on campus over the course of the year prior to August 18, bringing the total to 1,201 cases. Classes resumed August 19.

UA in Tuscaloosa has by far the most students who have tested positive for Covid-19 among the three campuses that make up the University of Alabama System. The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) has confirmed 157 cases among students this year, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) has reported 10, per the dashboard.

No positive students have been hospitalized as a result of Covid-19, the UA System said in

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Hubble captures gorgeous, delicate supernova blast wave

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NASA’s Hubble telescope spotted a wispy orange ribbon in space, but it’s actually the destructive blast wave of a supernova.

The supernova is located in the Cygnus constellation and is roughly 2,400 light-years from Earth.

Hubble has now spent over three decades imaging the cosmos and shows no signs of slowing down.

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has captured many images that look so incredible you almost can’t believe they’re real. The image above definitely falls into that category, especially because at first glance it’s almost impossible to tell what it is. A delicate orange ribbon drifting through space? That doesn’t really exist… does it? Apparently it does, only it’s not a ribbon, it’s the incredibly powerful blast wave from a dying star.

As NASA explains in a new blog post, what we’re seeing here is really just

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Marquis Maze Looks Back on Career, Winning Two National Titles, Expectations for Crimson Tide in 2020

On the latest edition of the All Things Bama Podcast, host Tyler Martin is joined by former University of Alabama wide receiver Marquis Maze as the two dive into his career, winning two national championships, and what he expects from the team in 2020. 

Maze offers up a story about how quickly things changed in his recruitment when coach Nick Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa, how it feels now to look back and be apart of his first signing class, and what his favorite moments of his career are.

He also gives some insight into what fans can expect this season from the Crimson Tide and the gauntlet of a 10-game, SEC-only schedule and things might shake up. 

The Tarrant, Ala. native was apart of two teams that won BCS National Championships at the Capstone in 2009 and 2011. He finished his Crimson Tide career with 136 catches, 1,844 yards, and

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