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Watch Teen’s Graduation Advice For The Class of 2020 That Won 1st Prize in Global Competition: ‘We got this!’

“Life is a practice in improv,” says a Quebec college senior who won a scholarship for her candid musings on the theme ‘How the coronavirus affected my final semester.’ The contest, sponsored by greatergood.org, invited high school and college seniors to record a selfie video that answers the question: How did the coronavirus change your senior year? Participants included 379 students worldwide in 49 countries, but it was a 19-year-old film student who stole the hearts of judges in The “Class of 2020” Challenge. Graduating from John Abbott College, April Judd used humor and creative edits to depict what life was like moving back in with her family and missing the chance to say goodbye to all her friends at the arts college. Her inspiring message details...

Man’s Sweet Story About What He Learned From Being Too Afraid to Approach Jackie Chan

Listen to this heartwarming tale of a little boy’s dream come true in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a partnership with Good News Network that features inspiring videos from The MOTH, a nonprofit group showcasing the art of storytelling. When Kwong Yue Yang was a little boy in school, he spent ages trying to figure out how to get his classmates to think he was cool. He finally came up with the perfect plan to win over his classmates after he heard that Jackie Chan was visiting a restaurant in his Australian hometown. Unfortunately, Yang failed to muster up the courage to introduce himself to his kung fu hero; but as he struggled with his own desperation and fear in the restaurant, he ended up learning a very...

She Finally Won Her Dad’s Approval by Defying Him and Pursuing ‘Soft Science’, Anyway—and Won 1st Prize

Hear an amusing tale of scientific determination in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a partnership with Good News Network that features inspiring videos from The MOTH, a nonprofit group showcasing the art of storytelling. Back when Deirdre Bowen was in middle school, her father always pressured her to pursue “hard science” in order to win the science fair. Rather than continuing his suggested research on monkey skulls, however, Deirdre defied her father’s wishes by opting for “soft science” projects on dreams and education. He later told Deirdre that she was the only one of her siblings who had been brave enough to go against his coaching methods—but it turned out to be a good thing that she did. (LISTEN to the amusing story below) The Moth gives people an opportunity...