Double amputee discovers new abilities through contemporary dance

By Josephine Chu Medill Reports Through contemporary dance, Kris Lenzo shows the world that disabled people are no different from other dancers. Lenzo lost both legs in a work accident nearly 40 years ago but has stayed active since his injury. He played wheelchair basketball for years before transitioning to contemporary dance at Momenta Dance […]

Toddlers engage more with print books than with ebooks, study says

By Shannon Longworth Medill Reports Although many parents choose to read to their toddlers from ebooks, a study published this month in the journal Pediatrics says print books are a better option for a child’s development. In the study, researchers evaluated child engagement through their levels of verbalization and collaboration, which are two critical pieces […]