Graduation to be Drive-in Style This Year

by Natalia Sosna High school graduation. On the surface level, it’s just an event to mark the end of the school year. But for some, high-school graduation is a deeply rooted tradition in which we take the time to look back on the year, celebrate our achievements, and look forward to the next chapter of our lives. It’s safe to say that the question of … Continue reading Graduation to be Drive-in Style This Year

Warriors Weekly: Episode 4

Hosted by Marcell Veer and Zofia Kowalska, Warriors Weekly Episode 4 checks in with the Polish elections, our hopes for a return to (physical) school, and what the seniors have been up to in the absence of IB exams. You can follow Warriors Weekly on Instagram at Warriors.weekly. Continue reading Warriors Weekly: Episode 4

Opinion: The New Schedule, Two Weeks In

by Zuzanna Kaczmarek After 7 weeks of online school, on May 4th the ASW Board of Trustees decided to remain in online school for the remainder of the school year. Along with this decision, the administration chose to change the Upper School schedule by spreading one full school day over two consecutive mornings. Every Wednesday and Thursday in the month of May will be a … Continue reading Opinion: The New Schedule, Two Weeks In

Ms. Ranado leaving ASW for Northern Virginia

By Lia Lipinski and Maya Sirotin After being at ASW for 4 years, Ms. Ranado will be moving to North Virginia next school year.           Ms. Ranado, who teaches HS English and DP Lang. & Lit. came to ASW because of her husband’s work as a US diplomat. “I’m just lucky enough to have a portable career,” Mrs. Ranado told Warrior News.  When she arrived … Continue reading Ms. Ranado leaving ASW for Northern Virginia

The Quarantine Sets New Priorities — For Vending Machines

By Zofia Ciolek Once upon a time vending machines were seen by some as a quick and easy way to grab a drink or a snack, by others as automated food dispensers filled with junk, and by still others as demon machines which sucked in your money, giving nothing in return. But, in the age of COVID-19, vending machine priorities have shifted drastically. While earlier … Continue reading The Quarantine Sets New Priorities — For Vending Machines

A Blessing or a Curse? Adjustments Made to the ToK Presentation Schedule

by Fiona Haze As many of the 11th graders have noticed in the HS assessment calendar, Theory of Knowledge (also referred to as ToK) presentations are coming up at the end of May. Presentations are scheduled to take place between the 25th of 28th. However, unlike last year, the Juniors now have a choice whether they want to present at the end of their 11th … Continue reading A Blessing or a Curse? Adjustments Made to the ToK Presentation Schedule