by Fiona Haze Boat races on the Mekong River, rock climbing, visiting waterfalls in the jungle, getting familiar with a Buddhist culture, experiencing Pai Mai, and learning an unfamiliar language will all be a reality to Ms. Casaletto as the students at ASW sit down in their school seats next fall. One on these students might one day think, “What is this foreign country Ms. … Continue reading 7,699 Kilometers Away — Ms. Casaletto Takes on Laos
by Annabell Werner From Wednesday, May 9th to Sunday, May 13th, the Beyond Bilingual Exchange, with a school in Romania, went into round two, this time here in Warsaw. Over the course of three days, the group enjoyed many fun and exciting activities and a lot of biking. The group from Colegiul National Emanuil Gojdu, which is located in Oradea, Romania arrived Wednesday evening and … Continue reading ASW Hosts Round Two of Beyond Bilingual
Cameron G. Some may know him from the 10th grade, others from the softball team, maybe a crucial stage crafter of the play, or as just a passing face in the hallway. Despite all of this, there is one known fact about this student, after being at ASW for three years, he is moving away next month. But to where? Which country could this mans … Continue reading Cameron’s Goodbye to ASW
by Jeong Bin Lee By this time of year, most seniors have already applied for their universities. As final decisions about where seniors are going next year start to be made, Warrior News interviewed a senior to learn more about her experience during the university application process. Sneha R. in 12th grade has applied to various universities located in 5 different countries and has also … Continue reading After High School: The University Application Experience
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?