Malala Yousafzai Gets Nobel Prize News During Chemistry Class, And Other Things That Remind Us She's a Teen
Let's be honest, here: Malala Yousafzai, Nobel Prize winner, may just be one of the most impressive people on the planet. While we were all busy dreamily picking sides in fake love triangles (Pacey or Dawson? Joey or Ross? Jess or Dean?), she was standing up for women's rights and demanding access to education. And now, she's achieved at age 17 what most people can't do in a lifetime — winning the Nobel Peace Prize.
Let's not forget, though, that as stunningly accomplished as this young woman is, she's still just that — a young woman, who had to wait until her school day ended before she could make a statement to the press about winning the Nobel prize. If you need some reminders of just how young she is, though, here are a few: