By Zofia Ciołek Last week, the recently revived Chaberek Club made its first venture of the year out into the world to Ognisko Ursynów, a dayroom for children from troubled families. The Chaberek Club has actually been around ASW for a while. However, due to certain circumstances it had been put on an indefinite hiatus in the past few years. Recently, however, the new club … Continue reading Venturing out into the World — The Revival of Chaberek
by Zofia Ciołek “Join Cancer Awareness! National Art Honour Society! Help out Chechen refugees!”The flag hallway was lined on both sides with poster-plastered long tables, at which student leaders and participants from various clubs advertised their activities at the annual ASW club fair. On the far end, closest to the main entrance, stood a table with two clubs: the Environmental Club and Warrior News. Yours … Continue reading How Many ASW Clubs Are Risking Extinction?
Gracing the purple pages of an electronic Issu PDF are the literary and artistic works of high school students at ASW. First toyed around with in late 2018, the first official Literary Magazine in over a decade at the American School of Warsaw has come to stay, thanks to the work of several 10th- and 11th-grade students. The contents of this environmentally friendly magazine can … Continue reading It’s Lit(erary Magazine) Season
By Jan Stebnicki and Aleks Adamkowski Global Warming. Heard of such a thing? Students from multiple countries such as, United Kingdom, Germany, Poland have been skipping school on Fridays in order to organise coordinated protests, to demand stronger action on climate change from their respective governments. T-shirts, Banners, large rallies are just a few method’s that the students use to raise awareness. The movement started … Continue reading Why Are Students Around the World Missing School on Fridays?
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 Gyeong Eun You The Literary and Arts Magazine, started by 11th grade student Zosia A. with help from Ms. Ranado, is a digital magazine written by and for ASW’s high school students. Students can submit work of any type of writing, art, and photographs. Meeting on Tuesday lunch (MYP) in Ms. Ranado’s room and Friday lunch (DP) in the commons, the members of the … Continue reading ASW Adds Lit Magazine to School Clubs