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You’ve probably heard of D-Day, one of the most significant military invasions in human history that took place during World War II (1939-1945). If it weren’t for this ambitious, high-stakes military plan, the Allies may have lost the war and failed to set the future free from Germany’s destructive control.

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Adventurous, independent, and determined are all characteristics of America’s famous female aviator, Amelia Earhart. On May 20, 1932, she became the first woman to fly solo, nonstop, across the Atlantic Ocean.

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On May 14th, 1607, Jamestown became the first English settlement in North America, located near present-day Williamsburg, Virginia. Although Jamestown would suffer many hardships and later be dissolved, it’s celebrated for playing a pivotal role in establishing the fundamentals that make America what it is today.

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Hummus is delicious, nutritious, and can be paired with practically anything. Love it or hate it, this dip has been a staple food in the Middle East since the 13th century. While there are ongoing debates about which culture invented hummus, it’s widely believed to have first originated in Egypt.

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What Do I Do With All This "Stuff"? It’s almost the end of another school year—or maybe it’s your first!—and it’s time to think about how to wrap it up. What to keep, what to pitch, what to turn in. . . decisions, decisions!

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