What even is palm oil? Most of us only know that eating Nutella destroys the Amazon rainforest because of it. But we still continue to buy the irreplaceable product- or is it really irreplaceable? Nevermind that- what even is palm oil?
By Lily Collin We are all people with different origins, born in different places, raised in different environments, with different cultures and languages. How does being in a European School … Read More
By Petra Lindholm Multilingualism, the ability to speak more than two languages fluently, is widespread in the European School System. Many students find themselves in a multilingual or bilingual household … Read More
By: Laura Somma I was idly walking the streets when I was stopped by a beggar. He had taken hold of my clothes and was insistently waving a hand, demanding … Read More
By Eimantas Petraitis and Sara Winship Lake Victoria is the world’s largest tropical lake and second-largest freshwater lake. It is Africa’s largest lake and is bordered by Kenya, Uganda, and … Read More
This article, by Beatrise Prince, is a thought-provoking article that explores the potential of technology and its possible implications on humanity. The author discusses both the bright and dark sides of technological advancements, highlighting the benefits of innovation, such as energy-storing bricks and virtual realities, as well as the risks, including the possibility of trapping consciousness in computers and the vulnerability of our personal data. Despite these concerns, the author ultimately encourages readers not to be afraid of technology but to embrace it, acknowledging that innovation is inevitable and that it is up to us to use technology for the greater good.
The article describes the success of the Model European Council (MEC), an event that brings together students from different European Schools to simulate the proceedings of the European Council. This year, about 250 pupils participated in the event, hosted by EEB2 at Eurocontrol. The student organizers did an excellent job of ensuring that the event ran smoothly, and the students showed a remarkable level of engagement and knowledge.
By Anda Purina S5ENA at EEB2 James Baldwin (1924-1987) was a queer, black American, who wrote many novels, essays, short stories, and plays. Even though his most recognized books were … Read More