Hosted by Marcell Veer and Zofia Kowalska, Warriors Weekly Episode 4 checks in with the Polish elections, our hopes for a return to (physical) school, and what the seniors have been up to in the absence of IB exams. You can follow Warriors Weekly on Instagram at Warriors.weekly. Continue reading Warriors Weekly: Episode 4
By Lia Lipinski and Maya Sirotin After being at ASW for 4 years, Ms. Ranado will be moving to North Virginia next school year. Ms. Ranado, who teaches HS English and DP Lang. & Lit. came to ASW because of her husband’s work as a US diplomat. “I’m just lucky enough to have a portable career,” Mrs. Ranado told Warrior News. When she arrived … Continue reading Ms. Ranado leaving ASW for Northern Virginia
School ended about four weeks ago for myself and the rest of the Senior Class. Usually around this time, a typical IB student would be frantically studying for the exams (which were canceled) due to take place May 1-22. In the midst of this pandemic, I have been trying to keep busy and get my mind off the situation. Besides studying for my university’s entrance … Continue reading Life from the Void: A 12th Grade Perspective After the End of My Senior Year
by Taylor Bata According to an email from Mr. Zurfluh, the ASW Director, the school will be closing from the 16th to the 30th of March. Official statements from the government have requested that “schools be shut down from the 12th to the 25th.” When asked why the dates are slightly different from the released statements, Mr. Z assured the high school assembly that, “[We … Continue reading ASW Moves from Level 2 to 4 to Prevent COVID-19 Spread
by Jake Lupu Hint: You probably pass near this at least once a day, if you eat from the cafeteria and, if you’re an HS student, you probably pass by it several times during the day. Another hint: its original location was replaced with the ES art showcase. Last hint: If you go to the PTO office, then you are extremely close to it. Did … Continue reading What’s one thing that people pass by, but don’t notice?
By Julia Owerko Imagine a world where everything you hear could be a lie. Everything you deem as true is actually based on rumors. Communist Poland was haunted by truths that, in reality, were abstract theories created by individuals to satisfy the need for information. This resulted in many dualities between the truth of the militia (the functioning police in communist Poland) and the private … Continue reading History Club: Death of a Bright Young Mind