Lockdown drill. Two words that strike a feeling of uncertainty into the minds of many students at ASW. Looking across the pond, lockdown drills are performed in about 70 percent of schools in America since the year 2000, according to Vox. With the rise of recent school invasions such as the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting and the now more recent Stoneman Douglas shooting, the question … Continue reading Lockdown, A Cry for Change?
by Fiona Haze This is the second article in Warrior News’ series on nationalism. On the 11th of November 2017, headlines like “‘White Europe’: 60,000 nationalists march on Poland’s independence day” hit worldwide. But is Poland really more nationalistic today than it has been in its past years? According to Mr. Gasiejewski, a native Pole who works at the American School of Warsaw as a … Continue reading Do Nationalism and Social Media Share a Common Link?
This article is the first in a series of 3 examining the state of Polish nationalism from the perspective of ASW. By Zofia Ciolek A young man makes his way down the front steps, smiling as he sees his two friends standing at the gates of his apartment building. He doesn’t know that they’re here not just casually, but to warn him: rumours have been … Continue reading Polish Nationalism: An Ideology that Comes in Waves
By Haruka Shimizu A group of 9th and 10th grade ASW students has decided to send support to the Stoneman Douglas school in Florida after the devastating school shooting that occurred there on February 14, 2018. The group has taken created a banner to show moral support for the students and faculty at Stoneman Douglas. The banner was designed by Taylor B. and is to … Continue reading ASW Shows Support for Stoneman Douglas Students and Faculty
by Taylor Bata A new hot meal vending machine was installed early last week next to the cafeteria. Some claim that it is a Black Mirror-esque installation that cuts the human experience out of buying a lunch, while others say it’s just a convenient way to avoid the line in the cafeteria for some quick food in a pinch. Either way you slice it, it … Continue reading New Food from Unconventional Means
by Sara Motlik The ASW community is filled with interesting personalities, and this series aims to discover the musical favourites of high school students with alternative and tastes in music. This month, we interviewed Guy B., an 11th grader in whose life music plays a very important role. He has his own band and a lot to say about his favourite artists. Warrior News: What … Continue reading Soundtrack of My Life with Guy