Warrior News Eats Things: Onggi Edition

by Michał Korczewski and Alex Cysarz As you walk down the streets of Warsaw you are greeted with many gloomy and dark restaurants which attempt to win you over with their cheap prices and quick food. Onggi is quite the opposite; as you enter, you are greeted with elegant decor filling each corner of the room making you feel as if you’ve arrived at a truly … Continue reading Warrior News Eats Things: Onggi Edition

The Weekly Recommendation: Bon Iver

by Sara Motlik Quick Info: Genre – Indie Folk Country of Origin – USA Year Founded – 2007 Members – Justin Vernon, Sean Carey, Matthew McCaughan, Michael Lewis, Andrew Fitzpatrick Albums and EPs – For Emma, Forever Ago (2007); Blood Bank (2009); Bon Iver, Bon Iver (2011); 22, A Million (2016) Recommended Songs: Holocene For Emma Flume 33 “GOD” Blood Bank Musical Feeling – Why … Continue reading The Weekly Recommendation: Bon Iver

The Czarny Moment

by Diana Stoyanova On the particularly gloomy Monday of October 3rd, up to 50,000 people gathered under the rain to protest for their rights. Dressed in black, the protestors huddled under a multitude of colorful umbrellas. The protest was peaceful, policemen observed from the side but there seemed to be a silent recognition that these people had the right to be here. For hours on … Continue reading The Czarny Moment

5 Tips to Become a Long Distance Runner

by Ola Kacprzynska Long distance running isn’t as hard and as painful as it sounds. Believe it or not it can actually be a pleasant workout. I’ve been running for a while now, four years. I joined track and field last year, and this year I’m also running in Cross Country. Throughout my experience I have been given a list of tips from my coaches, … Continue reading 5 Tips to Become a Long Distance Runner