Nick News At The Winter Olympics
CBS News Correspondent Jamie Yuccas is in Beijing, home of the 24th Winter Olympics, to explore the U.S. Women Hockey team’s journey and share their history.
Easy At-Home Lumpia Recipes
Try these tasty treats to share a bite of Filipino heritage!
Mysterious Discovery In Paris
Archaeologists will soon open a sarcophagus that was recently found under the Notre Dame cathedral. We can’t wait to find out what’s inside!
Shabbat is the Jewish day of rest, a time for food, family, and tradition. Happy Jewish American Heritage Month!
Proud To Celebrate Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage
There are so many ways to share our love and culture, through food, art, dancing, and more!
Jewish American Heritage Month with Callie!
Callie helps us celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month by sharing the day of her Bat Mitzvah.
Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month
We're celebrating the many ways we can share our cultures and heritage - through food, music, dancing, art, and more!
Nick News Break: April Celebrations
For the first time in 30 years, Easter Sunday, Ramadan, and Passover are all happening within the same month!
Nick News: The Good Vibes Hotline
Students at an elementary school in Healdsburg, California created a hotline full of positive messages to brighten your day.
What Does Acceptance Mean To You?
April is Autism Acceptance Month! Jorge Gutierrez, the creator of Adventures of El Tigre, shares what it means to him.
Nick News: Coding with Avye
13-year-old Avye has loved coding since she was seven, and wants to help others experience the same joy by introducing more girls to STEM.
Nick News: Banned Book Club
CBS Correspondent Vladimir Duthiers talks with Banned Book Club founder Joslyn Diffenbaugh about the importance of children seeing themselves in the words they read.
Nick News: Enzo Rides To Fight Bullying
That Girl Lay Lay's Gabrielle Nevaeh Green joins Brandon Renteria and his corgi, Enzo, in Houston, Texas. Brandon and Enzo are on a mission to stop bullying and spread kindness.
Nick News: Gametime with The Chicago Bulls
What does a sports reporter do? Isaiah Crews gets some pointers on the job from Darnell Mayberry!
Help Stop Racism Against Asian-Americans
Be a good friend, celebrate differences, and do your part to combat racist hate crimes.
Be Proud Of Who You Are
We celebrate International Transgender Day of Visibility with a special message from Kid Of The Year 2021 finalist Rebekah Bruesehoff.
Nick News Break: Daylight Saving Time
The Senate passed the Sunshine Protection Act, which makes Daylight Saving Time permanent. Here’s more from Nick News!
Nick News Break: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first black woman to be nominated for Associate Justice on the U.S Supreme Court. Nick News has more on her potential appointment.
When We Play, We Change The Game!
This Women’s History Month, Nickelodeon celebrates the game-changing female athletes who inspire us, like Michelle Wie, Serena Williams, and Erin Jackson.
A Conversation With The U.S. Surgeon General
The students of Jefferson Middle School Academy talk about mental health with Dr. Vivek Murthy.
Kid Reporter Rory Hu At The U.S. Department of Treasury
Kid Reporter Rory Hu interviews U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen.
Be A Game-Changer
This Women's History Month, Nickelodeon wants you to know that whether you're on or off the field, you've got the talent to change the game!
Special Message From Raven Saunders
Olympic Silver Medalist Raven Saunders discusses the importance of mental health, and the steps she has taken to make her mind just as strong as her body.
Black History Month Reading List
Let’s celebrate Black stories with these amazing books!
Nick News Break: Winter Olympics
As the Winter Olympics in Beijing have come to an end, Nickelodeon explores which athletes made history, the United States' medal count, and when we can expect another Olympic event!
Rhymes Through Times Memory Game
Test your memory might as we learn about some of Black history’s most influential people.