What Happened Thirty Years Ago? June 8, 2019

The year 1989 was a big year for many reasons. You weren’t born yet, but your parents might recall some of the most significant events that happened

A Lesson Or Lunch Shaming? June 8, 2019

What’s for lunch today? Perhaps it’s a meal that you brought from home, or maybe you’re getting a hot lunch at school. Wherever it’s coming fr

We’re Not Taking Your Garbage! May 31, 2019

We’re continuing to talk about garbage here at Xyza because it’s a stinky but important topic. A few months ago, we shared some interesting news:

No Brexit, Just An Exit May 31, 2019

Remember Brexit? In July of 2016, the people of Britain went to their polling stations and voted on whether they wanted Britain to stay or leave the E

Taiwan Decides That Love Is Love May 26, 2019

How would you feel if you couldn’t marry the person you love? Most countries around the world recognize marriage as an act between a man and a woman

Do Voters Do What They Say? May 26, 2019

When excitement mounted about elections in Australia this year, many people were confident that the current ruling party—the Liberal-National Coalit

Are They Tariff-ing Each Other Apart? May 19, 2019

Let’s trade! That’s something that you might hear at school. Whether it’s trading a snack at lunch or Pokémon cards during recess, the act of t

Workforce Education Investment Act May 19, 2019

Here’s some food for thought: If you want to go to college but you don’t have the money to attend, what do you do? Some students apply for scholar

What Makes A Protest Effective? May 11, 2019

Here’s an interesting update. Last December, we shared a story about a protest that was happening in France. The protest was against a “green tax

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