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This index lists the title, publication, and publication date for past articles posted to izzit.org, along with the full text of the accompanying discussion questions. Due to copyright restrictions, we do not archive articles on izzit.org. In most cases it is possible to retrieve articles by doing a web search for the title of the article. Please email currentevents@izzit.org if you need assistance.

Please Note: Current Events lessons are archived for ONE YEAR. A year after posting, the article link and questions will be automatically DELETED from our archive. If you like a lesson and want to use it again in the future, SAVE it to your computer, or print it.

izzit.org Post Date Article Title Publisher Date Published Readablility Discussion Questions
9/6/2022 Travelers spotted a bald eagle at the airport — but this isn't his first TSA line NPR 8/28/2022 7.7 View
8/26/2022 Shaquille O’Neal Pays Tab of Over $25,000 for Entire Restaurant While on Date Yahoo 6/15/2022 7.7 View
11/28/2022 If mosquitoes vanished, would we miss them? Vampire spiders might Science News Explores 11/17/2022 7.6 View
9/20/2022 Laser light transformed plastic into tiny diamonds Science News For Explorers 9/14/2022 7.6 View
9/16/2022 Florida teenager's First Amendment song hits high in music chart The Washington Examiner 9/5/2022 7.6 View
8/30/2022 Americans tend to see imaginary faces as male, not female Science News For Students 2/7/2021 7.6 View
3/3/2022 Giant bear "Hank the Tank" wreaks havoc on Lake Tahoe homeowners ABC News 2/22/2022 7.6 View
4/12/2022 Mosquitoes see red, which may be why they find us so appealing Science News For Students 4/1/2022 7.6 View
11/1/2022 Sea creatures’ fishy scent protects them from deep-sea high pressures Science News Explores 10/21/2022 7.5 View
10/17/2022 For some kids, their rock-star hair comes naturally Science News Explores 10/7/2022 7.5 View
5/23/2022 Your bloodstream may be littered with the plastic you’ve eaten Science News For Students 5/11/2022 7.5 View
6/7/2022 A star called ‘Earendel’ could be the most distant ever seen Science News For Students 5/30/2022 7.5 View
6/13/2022 Coastal cities around the world are sinking, satellite data show Science News For Students 6/3/2022 7.5 View
11/22/2022 Some seabirds survive typhoons by flying into them Science News Explores 11/17/2022 7.4 View