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First Arab-American Woman In NASCAR May 7, 2021

It all started with a go-kart ride for Toni Breidinger, the first Arab-American female in NASCAR. As a nine-year-old, she went go-karting with her fam

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month April 30, 2021

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, a time to recognize how Asian and Pacific Americans have impacted and contributed to the rich history an

Ingenuity Took Flight On The Red Planet April 30, 2021

It powered up and only hovered in the sky for approximately thirty seconds at an altitude of ten-feet high, but that was enough to make the entire NAS

The Torch Relay Has Begun! April 30, 2021

One year ago, the world was waiting in anticipation to find out if officials would or wouldn’t delay the Olympic Games. It seemed like a microscopic

Five Times When The Law Said No To Racism April 23, 2021

On April 19th, 2021, a jury declared former police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murdering George Floyd. It had been nearly a year since Chauvin had

Saving Planet Earth Is A Global Job April 16, 2021

As Earth Day approaches, it’s a good time to talk about Mother Earth and what people, companies, and countries are doing to help protect the pla

Junior Reporter: Yosemite Firefall April 16, 2021

Earlier this year, Xyza Junior Reporter Lauren O. visited Yosemite National Park for a very specific reason: to witness something that happens only on

Laws That Protect The Environment April 15, 2021

Change takes time. If it took humankind decades to realize that pollution is bad, it’ll certainly take time to bring around the change needed to sol

Five Young People Who Are Making The World A Better Place April 15, 2021

There are many different ways to protect planet Earth and preserve it for future generations. For starters, cleaning up after yourself is something we