by Zofia Ciołek It’s been just over nine world-changing months since Greta Thunberg, a high school activist for climate change, began her strike for a better future in front of Sweden’s main legislature building, the Riksdag. Almost immediately her bravery and perseverance became a worldwide sensation — and not only that, her protest for a better future inspired thousands of others to join the fight … Continue reading Are More Radical Solutions the Answer? – An Editorial
By Denny Cheong Last Tuesday after school, I had the opportunity to take part in one of the Discussion Club’s meetings: Not really my own decision, as my friend forced me to go to there, but it was a decision I don’t regret. As it was my first time being in a meeting, Tomek J., one of the leaders of the Club, briefly explained what … Continue reading Opinion: I Went to Discussion Club, and So Should You!
by Vera Jagielski How well does the school prepare us for life outside of the academics? When we leave the school after graduating will we be able to handle everything that the world throws our way? Will we be prepared enough to endure everything that adulthood requires? Will we know everything that adulthood requires? A while back I came across an article written by a … Continue reading Does School Prepare Us for Life?
By Natalia Dokla Humans, like many other living organisms, are programmed to survive. It is only natural that we compete against others to establish dominance, earn respect, and make ourselves a harder target. In the context of school, students experience the adrenaline of academic competition when they try to establish academic superiority over their peers. The presence of competition in a learning environment is inevitable. … Continue reading Better than What?: Warrior Awards Shake Up Competition at ASW
In the third and final instalment of a Warrior News series on Polish Nationalism, Natalia Sosna looks at the future of nationalism at home and abroad. Over the past year, the idea of Polish nationalism has developed a very negative connotation, becoming just another insult used against the current Polish government party, along with adjectives like “xenophobic” and “racist.” “It is not a surprise. It … Continue reading The Future of Polish Nationalism: A Slippery Slope
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?