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Who’s The New Leader Of Japan? September 18, 2020

Here’s a question to ponder: What happens when the leader of a country decides to resign? Last month, the prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, annou

Thirty-Five Years Of Super Mario Bros. September 18, 2020

Who’s the most lovable overall-wearing plunger-and wrench-carrying duo in the video-gaming stratosphere? Silly question, we know, because there are

Breaking Records: Steepest Street September 18, 2020

Who knew it’d be so difficult to measure the gradient (or the incline) of a road? Ready for the drama? In 2019, Ffordd Pen Llech in Harlech, Wales,

Breaking Records: Music September 11, 2020

Here at Xyza, we often share stories about world records. Why? Because they’re interesting and fun! So follow along each week as we share some cool

Then And Now: Fighting Wildfires September 4, 2020

If you’ve heard a lot about forest fires recently, you aren’t alone. A combination of climate change and human activities have sparked raging fire

This Month In History: September September 4, 2020

Here is a roundup of historic events that occurred in the month of September! September 2nd, 1948: A Teacher In Space! Christa McAuliffe was born on S

If Not Plastic, Then What? August 30, 2020

Earth Day may be in April, but people are working to make the planet cleaner and greener every day. Check out these three examples of what people are

China Bans Wildlife Trade August 30, 2020

China has banned eating wildlife, thus putting an end to the wildlife markets that have come under criticism recently. After all, the COVID-19 pandemi

Students Protest Changing Exam Scores August 30, 2020

Like many other countries, the United Kingdom had to make some tough decisions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and one of them was choosing to cancel th