One Year Later, An ASW Alum Looks Back on How It Worked Out

By Caitlyn Veal Covid-19 has altered our education practices, and Ben Gabrovic, who graduated in 2020, took a path in ASW that he believes resulted in his success and set him up well for these tough times.  When he arrived at ASW he described himself as a shy 4th grader who was coming from the US. Coming to a new school lets us grasp new … Continue reading One Year Later, An ASW Alum Looks Back on How It Worked Out

#MeToo Movement Explored in DP Theatre

By Carolina Barsakov The ASW DP1 Theatre class is finishing rehearsals this month for their collaborative verbatim piece, inspired by the #Me Too Movement. The Me Too movement is a social movement against sexual abuse and sexual harassment that was started by activist and sexual harassment survivor Tarana Burke. Burke started this movement back in 2006 to help women, who had experienced sexual harassment stand … Continue reading #MeToo Movement Explored in DP Theatre

Anti-Asian Discrimination Reaches ASW’s Community

by Carolina Barsakov The Atlanta Spa Shootings on March 16, 2021, a series of mass shootings that occurred at three spas or massage parlors, left eight people dead, six of them Asian American women. This event sparked a conversation about hate crimes targeting Asian people. Since this mass shooting, many have opened up on social media about the discrimation they had experienced from simply being … Continue reading Anti-Asian Discrimination Reaches ASW’s Community