Cameron G. Some may know him from the 10th grade, others from the softball team, maybe a crucial stage crafter of the play, or as just a passing face in the hallway. Despite all of this, there is one known fact about this student, after being at ASW for three years, he is moving away next month. But to where? Which country could this mans … Continue reading Cameron’s Goodbye to ASW
Lockdown drill. Two words that strike a feeling of uncertainty into the minds of many students at ASW. Looking across the pond, lockdown drills are performed in about 70 percent of schools in America since the year 2000, according to Vox. With the rise of recent school invasions such as the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting and the now more recent Stoneman Douglas shooting, the question … Continue reading Lockdown, A Cry for Change?
by Taylor Bata A new hot meal vending machine was installed early last week next to the cafeteria. Some claim that it is a Black Mirror-esque installation that cuts the human experience out of buying a lunch, while others say it’s just a convenient way to avoid the line in the cafeteria for some quick food in a pinch. Either way you slice it, it … Continue reading New Food from Unconventional Means
Twenty seven hours of pure journalistic workshops over a period of three days can do wonders for a still-budding high school newspaper. On November 27th, the Warrior Journalists returned from their partnered news conference with the Hong Kong International School. Characterization and tension were two themes that were focused on heavily at the conference, and the journalists participated in workshops to hone these important skills. … Continue reading North East vs. South East- A Hong Kong Conference Write Up
by Taylor Bata What if you could have Thanksgiving more than once a year? Well if you’re into the holiday that much for some reason, you can! All you need to do is buy tickets to Canada, the United States and South Korea. Let’s begin our journey in the United States, the home of Thanksgiving. As many Americans know, the holiday symbolises the feast between … Continue reading Wait, There’s More than One Thanksgiving?
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?