Wikipedia

  1. News on Wikipedia: Wikipedians track the Dakota Access Pipeline

    The Dakota Access Pipeline has been the subject of significant controversy in recent months. Wikipedians are chronicling the story as it unfolds with neutral and factual information.... Read more

  2. Creating and writing sports history on Wikipedia: A Wikipedian’s experience at the Paralympic Games

    Documenting the history of the Paralympics Games on Wikipedia with the help of dedicated volunteers.... Read more

  3. Wait, what? Alex, the parrot with a little human brain

    Alex knew the meaning of a hundred English words, could count to six, could answer and even ask questions, how to apologize (when appropriate), and how to protest when people did something he didn’t want.... Read more

  4. News on Wikipedia: Fidel Castro, president of Cuba, dead at 90

    Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons are here to help you learn more about the recently deceased Fidel Castro.... Read more

  5. Knowledge can’t be limited: Mervat Salman

    “I want to spread the basic message of the Wikimedia movement by actively providing free knowledge for everyone,” says Mervat Salman, an Arabic Wikipedia contributor from Jordan. A community-elected administrator and organiser, true to her words, she contributes to science articles and works on reducing Wikipedia’s gender gap by creating new articles about women.... Read more

  6. Why I write about dinosaurs (and other extinct creatures)

    FunkMonk has written 31 “featured” articles on Wikipedia, including Giganotosaurus, Ankylosaurus, dodos, and passenger pigeons. We asked why.... Read more

  7. Wait, what? Tarrare, the man with an insatiable appetite

    Meals for fifteen, a live cat, snakes, lizards, puppies, and an entire eel—none were off limits.... Read more

  8. Armenian and Spanish communities come together around castles

    Wikimedia chapters in both countries organized a cross-cultural contest to bring the two editing communities closer together.... Read more

  9. The early vitriolic political campaigns of Richard Nixon, as chronicled by Wikipedia

    Richard Nixon is known for his presidency and downfall, but it was his early campaigns that defined his political style and image.... Read more

  10. Vote Wikipedia for ad-free and neutral political information

    If you want to understand how and why red and blue maps of the United States are everywhere on Tuesday, November 8, this article has the whole history, ad-free.... Read more