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Word of the Day, September 13, 2015

September 13, 2015

Word of the Day


Definition: (adjective) Lethargic; apathetic.
Synonyms: inert, sluggish
Usage: They are always in a torpid state, and are apt to yawn and go to sleep over any intellectual toil.

Article of the Day


The kite is an aircraft restrained by a towline that derives its lift from the aerodynamic action of the wind flowing across it. The apparatus consists of a stabilizing tail and light framework across which paper or thin material is stretched. It has been popular in China and East Asia for centuries. In the 18th century, Alexander Wilson used kites to obtain meteorological readings, and Benjamin Franklin used them to study lightning. Where is kite fighting a popular activity?

This Day in History

Los Niños Héroes Die Defending Mexico City's Chapultepec Castle (1847)

Los Niños Héroes—the "Boy Heroes"—were six teenage Mexican army cadets who died defending Mexico City's Chapultepec Castle from invading US forces during the Mexican-American War. Ignoring orders to fall back, the young cadets fought until the end. According to many accounts, the last survivor leapt from the castle roof wrapped in the Mexican flag to prevent it from being taken. What US President visited the monument honoring the cadets a few months before the battle's 100th anniversary?

Today's Birthday

Milton S. Hershey (1857)

After serving as apprentice to a Lancaster, Pennsylvania, confectioner, Hershey opened his own candy store in Philadelphia. By 1886, he was back in Lancaster, where he soon found success making caramels using fresh milk. By 1900, he had sold his caramel business to concentrate on chocolate. In 1903, he built a factory to manufacture five-cent chocolate bars, which became so popular that "Hershey" became virtually synonymous with chocolate in the US. To what causes did Hershey donate his fortune?

Today's Holiday

McClure Bean Soup Festival

A group of Civil War veterans met in Bannerville, Pennsylvania, in 1883 to organize a Grand Army of the Republic Post, and when they served a special bean soup at their first meeting, it was such a hit that they eventually invited the public to a "real Civil War bean soup dinner" in 1891. Today, thousands of gallons of bean soup are prepared in 35-gallon kettles. The recipe is based on the original Civil War recipe, and it is served to over 70,000 people. The festival also includes political speeches, exhibits, parades, nightly entertainment, and amusement rides.

Quote of the Day

Would not love see returning penitence afar off, and fall on its neck and kiss it?

George Eliot (1819-1880)

In the News

How Origami Can Make Solar Panels More Efficient

A new technique to harness solar energy by using kirigami solar cells was announced in a paper published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications. Kirigami is a variation of origami, the Japanese art of paper folding. Unlike standard origami, ...

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