Welcome back to this month’s edition of “What’s in my backpack?” Our subject of today owns the same bag as half the girls in the school, including me, Haruka S! Haruka would describe her style as basic, however, it is apparent from what she wears, there is a little more to it than that. Bag Choice Fjallraven Kanken embellishes the center of Haruka’s backpack, “This … Continue reading Is Haruka’s Bag as Basic as She Says it Is?
by Alex Cysarz and Michał Korczewski According to Ms. Berntson the changes to the ASW schedule this year were needed to accommodate more time for IB classes in the 11th and 12th grade. The changes were also implemented to fit the new 9th and 10th grade MYP schedule in order to allow for a total 9 periods. The process of designing this schedule was done … Continue reading Opinion: New High School Schedule Causing Some Headaches
By Vera Jagielski You stand in front of a crowd. Your lips are moving, sound is leaving your lips. You are speaking. The people in the crowd are nodding their heads. Your hands move in front of you trying to make your point even more clear. You are holding a speech about your passion. The ASW TED Ed Club is starting up again in both … Continue reading ASW TED Ed Up and Running
by Denny Cheong The ASW film club, which meets every Thursdays in the library , is seeking new members. The club is about making any and all kinds of films ranging from short movies to music videos. Everyone is welcome to join the film club and contribute to the films they make. The club plans to diversify their filmmaking this year. According Vitalya V., the … Continue reading Film Club Seeking New Members
by Sara Motlik Being a student can be a difficult job in itself, especially in the IB programme, and yet some ASW seniors have decided to spend their spare time in a similarly productive way – working. Warrior News asked four members of the Class of 2018 about their job experiences – who they worked with, what they did, whether or not they got paid. … Continue reading Students Who Work: A Warrior News Investigation
by Annabell Werner With a new school year, there are many changes to the ASW Upper School schedule. One of the most obvious is an increase in the amount of advisory time. Many people will remember their advisory period being a 20-minute advisory every Wednesday before lunch, as a useful way to exchange information between faculty and students. This year, however, advisory occurs four days … Continue reading New Schedule Restructures Advisory Time