Warrior News Eats Things: Secado Edition

by Alex Cyzarz and Michał Korczewski If you’re ever in the mood for a good and informal lunch, you don’t have to look further than Secado. Secado is located on Marszałkowska street in the city center. The interior of the restaurant is very modern which matches their concept of food as well. Secado combines food  from, Thai, Indian, French, and American cuisines. If you’re really … Continue reading Warrior News Eats Things: Secado Edition

Irrational: How do ASW Students Memorise so Many Digits of Pi?

By Alex Buckley Last month, the ASW Pi Recitation record was broken twice in one day, with many competitors reciting Pi to dozens of digits. How do people do that? In order to memorize anything in a large amount, people need a method to help them. This holds especially true for memorizing Pi. The reason Pi is used so often as a way to gauge … Continue reading Irrational: How do ASW Students Memorise so Many Digits of Pi?

Goodbye to All That, Seniors

by Amy Oh Last Friday, the 21st of April was the last day for the seniors. Various events were held to send them off with great memories. To celebrate the end of their school days, seniors had a hand-printing ceremony during break, leaving their multicolored marks on the walls of the staircase. The ceremony started with a speech from Mr. Sheehan, followed by one by a senior. … Continue reading Goodbye to All That, Seniors

Visiting Artists Bring New Forms of Poetry to ASW

by Sabina Soltysik The week of April 24th, filmmaker Randy Kelly and poet Jamaal Jackson Rogers (also known as Just Jamaal the Poet) are visiting ASW, running workshops for all 9th and 10th grade students about cine poetry and spoken word poetry. According to Randy and Jamaal, their objective is teaching creative writing to students by trying to teach what spoken word poetry and cinepoetry is. … Continue reading Visiting Artists Bring New Forms of Poetry to ASW

A Warrior News Writer Reports from Tanzania

An interview by Diana Stoyanova Moving to a new school can often be stressful but exhilarating at the same time, especially if it happens in the middle of the year. Ola K. (11) recently experienced this as, halfway through the year, she moved all the way to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Q: What is the most surprising thing about living in Dar Es Salaam? A: When … Continue reading A Warrior News Writer Reports from Tanzania

“Beauty and the Beast” Reflects Changing ASW Opinions on LGBT Community

by Sara Motlik Date of release: March 17th, 2017 Duration: 125 minutes Starring: Emma Watson as Belle Luke Evans as Gaston Dan Stevens as the Beast Josh Gad as LeFou Guest appearances: Emma Thompson Ian McKellan Director – Bill Condon Rated PG, 129 Minutes   On March 17th, 2017, the live-action version of one of Disney’s best known animated movies hit the theatres in the United … Continue reading “Beauty and the Beast” Reflects Changing ASW Opinions on LGBT Community