ASW MUN Heads to Berlin

by Annabell Werner BERMUN is a conference imitating the United Nations and all its committees. This year the conference will be hosted for the 27th time by the John F. Kennedy School in Berlin, Germany. This year’s conference is attended by about 76 schools from  24 countries. From those, about 700 delegates will be separated into ten committees, in addition to students working in the … Continue reading ASW MUN Heads to Berlin

Just Code and the Gardening Club Add to ASW Clubs

By Jake Lupu The Just Code club and the Gardening Club are both new after school activities at ASW this year. Just Code is ASW’s very own coding club, organised by Mr. MacKenty, HS computer science teacher. Meeting every Thursday after school in the computer class room, members spend around an hour just coding. The main purpose of Just Code is so students “fall in … Continue reading Just Code and the Gardening Club Add to ASW Clubs

ASW to Host First Ever ZYGMUN Conference

by Annabell Werner From April 12 till April 14th, 2018 the American School of Warsaw will host their first annual MUN Conference, called ZYGMUN. At an Model United Nations (MUN) conference, each student delegate gets a certain country assigned. The delegate then has to act according to this country’s policy towards a certain topic in the debate that depends on each committee. This year our … Continue reading ASW to Host First Ever ZYGMUN Conference

A Slimy Święta for Chaberek and SPARK Science

by Annabell Werner Can you imagine celebrating Christmas with Slime and Elephant Toothpaste? Chaberek and SPARK Science had this opportunity last Thursday, December 14th after school. Chaberek and ASW have been collaborating for 5 years. The ASW club meets every Thursday after school and is trying to teach children from Chaberek, a center in downtown Warsaw for children from disadvantaged backgrounds, English through fun activities. … Continue reading A Slimy Święta for Chaberek and SPARK Science

The Anime Club in Action

by Phoebe Sirotin The Anime Club was established two years ago by Miko Z. (12) and Qing Yu C. (12). According to Miko, the club was established because after having moved to ASW from the Hong Kong International School, he “missed [his] previous school’s Anime club.” Since then, participation has grown and the club now has 11 to 13 students attending each meeting. “I like … Continue reading The Anime Club in Action