Product Update: Testing and Education Reference Center

| By Kristin Fust, Product Manager | Several new features are coming to the test-taking experience within Testing and Education Reference Center. These enhancements are currently available for preview within the DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST) and College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams. Exams will be migrated to the new experience on a rolling basis, … Read more

Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes: From Breakfast to Dinner & Everything In Between

| By Tara Blair | Thanksgiving—a holiday filled with food, family, giving thanks….and, well, more food. As one of the most anticipated meals of the year, Thanksgiving dinner is bound to leave the family with an abundance of leftovers. While the cold turkey sandwich is always a favorite go-to, Gale resources are here to show you … Read more

Stan Lee and the Power of Vulnerability

| By Catherine DiMercurio | The internet is flooding with tributes to Marvel Comics publisher Stan Lee. I think it’s safe to say, given his stature as a creator, that Lee was a superhero in his own right. With Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he created the Marvel Universe, though it was Lee who would be … Read more

Meet Influential Native Americans with Biography In Context

| By Laura Avery | What’s the first thing you usually think of when November rolls around? Probably turkey dinner with all the trimmings, along with getting a jump on holiday shopping. However, November is also Native American Heritage Month, dedicated to recognize the contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of … Read more

Writing on the Día de Muertos

| By Gale Staff | Día de Muertos, Day of the Dead, is observed in Mexico on 2 November, the final day of a celebration that begins on Halloween. Though practices differ from city to city, the holiday is generally an opportunity to honor deceased loved ones, for whom families prepare ofrendas, or altars, which … Read more