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

A History-Making Moment July 12, 2019

It was a crowning moment (pardon our pun!) … In 1983, Vanessa Williams became the first African American woman to be crowned Miss America. It was a

Who Was Anne Frank? June 16, 2019

On June 12th, 1929, a girl named Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany. No one knew it at the time, but she would one day become famous not for ac