Greta Thunberg Makes It To New York September 3, 2019

It started out as a single protest in August of 2017. Greta Thunberg wanted the Swedish parliament to keep their word and fight climate change, so eve

Knowing When To Quit September 3, 2019

When do you know it’s time to quit? Perhaps it’s when you know you’re too tired or too hungry to think properly. It’s smart to listen to your

Thank You Toni Morrison August 12, 2019

She was an accomplished writer and the first African-American to win the Nobel Prize in literature. Toni Morrison passed away recently, but she left a

Part 1: Do Something! August 12, 2019

“Do something … Do something … Do something!” These two simple words drowned out Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s prepared response to the people

Don’t Fly … Hover! August 11, 2019

Update: Last week, Franky Zapata attempted to fly over the English Channel with his jet-powered hoverboard once again. What happened this time?  He m

More Than A Seesaw August 3, 2019

What can you do with a seesaw? It might seem like an odd question since at first glance a seesaw is merely a fun piece of playground equipment. But if

Enough Is Enough! August 3, 2019

Here at Xyza, we talk about the impact of protests often because … well … there have been a few around the world recently. From students d

Passcode Please … July 25, 2019

If you’ve ever had to type in a passcode to access your computer or punch one in on your phone, you can thank computer scientist Dr. Fernando Corbat

Interview: Photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani July 20, 2019

Xyza Cruz Bacani is a young photographer who is known for capturing immigrant stories through pictures. She has been the recipient of many awards and