Rania Mankarious reflects on the protests in Charlottesville, VA.
Everyone has their own favorite activities, be it sports, chess, crossword, quiz bowl, film, acting, or gaming. Everyone has their own tastes in what they enjoy doing in their spare time, then why is it that people make fun of others for joining other clubs, what makes being part of football or lacrosse any better than being part of a foreign language club or a traditional dance club. It perplexes me why it even matters why high school students even care about what others enjoy doing, everyone has a different idea of fun, so why does this happen, I think the answer is far simpler than you may think.
Rania reflects on the phase of life she calls mom in the middle – the time when women have their own young family as their parents walk though later stages in life.
Rania Mankarious describes the dangers of Houseparty, a social media video chatting platform that millions of youth are using.
A recent study asked: If you had to choose between having a broken bone or a broken cell phone, what would you choose? Forty-six percent willingly chose a broken bone. Rania Mankarious, executive director of Crime Stoppers of Houston, talks about our addiction to our smartphones.
The Blue Whale Challenge is a 50-day internet dare or obstacle course filled with daily tasks that encourages participants to do things that range from watching horror films to self-mutilation, ending with suicide.
Carfentanil, America’s deadliest drug, was found on the streets of Houston.
Snapchat recently released Snap Map, which shares users’ exact locations in real time.
The landmark case was just concluded and Carter, who is now 20, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Conrad Roy. She will be sentenced Aug. 3, 2017 and could face up to 20 years in prison.
In honor of Father’s Day, Rania reflects on lessons learned from her dad, and what it’s like to watch her children with their father, her husband, Ramy.