by Julia OwerkoEdited by The History Club Dr. Kruszewski, a witness of war himself, explains that the Polish government glorifies history. WARSAW 1944 – Zbigniew Kruszewski, straight out of middle school, fights in the Warsaw Uprising. Under the pseudonym “Jowisz” (“Jupiter”), the 16-year-old is part of the Szare Szeregi and participates in actions of little sabotage. With operations such as filling up gas tanks with … Continue reading Warsaw Uprising Survivor declares Poland has “too much history”
By Fiona Haze and Natalia Sosna Students may have noticed that their passwords were changed in mid-July. Naturally, this sparked a lot of confusion, worries, and questions. Why were our passwords changed? How much of what we do on our school computers can be accessed by the tech office? Can they see our search history? Can they block certain features? Is our computer spying on … Continue reading The Story Behind the Mysterious Computer Password Changes
By Helena Zdziech According to 350.org, last Friday around 4 million students from all around the world left school, went out on their streets holding banners, telling the world to listen and take notice of the earth’s deteriorating environment. It was a day I will never forget. We filled the streets with our chants, stopped Warsaw traffic and enjoyed the last sunny day of September. … Continue reading Personal History: 5,000 Voices Advocating for the Environment
By Vera Jagielski Last Friday marked the beginning of a global climate week. To mark its start, there were global Fridays for the Future strikes, including one in Warsaw. Up to 10 000 protestors, including myself, walked in downtown Warsaw. But where was ASW? Not many people from ASW participated in the strike; I ended up going by myself. Yet, as a school, we strive … Continue reading Opinion: Where was ASW?
By Zuzanna Kaczmarek and Abaigeal Lorge This year the IB diploma program has separated the math program into two different curricula: Mathematics Applications and Interpretations, and Mathematics Analysis and Approaches. The Applications course is targeted towards those who enjoy applying math in the real world, while the Analysis focuses on teaching students abstract concepts and mathematical theory. Despite this, there is still an overlap in … Continue reading Math Studies: The End to An Unforgettable Era
by Amelie Rehbein and Jiji Kim With Wednesday upon us, high school students are apprehensive about their second week with the new Wednesday schedule. Complaints about the absence of a break between the first three periods and the delayed lunch, now happening at 1:40 pm, have come up in numerous conversations amongst hungry upperclassmen. With the change happening with little notice, it is no wonder … Continue reading The New Wednesday Schedule is Here to Stay