The Hunger Games

This article by Anda Purina discusses the cultural impact of Suzanne Collins’ “The Hunger Games” trilogy, highlighting its popularity and the deeper themes it explores such as wealth inequality, colonialism, and political commentary. It emphasizes that the series is more than just a young adult love story and encourages readers to delve into its themes for a better understanding of the narrative.

My experience in Ecuador

Join Hanna Petocz on her enthralling journey to Ecuador, where she shares her captivating experience of the country’s climate, abundant nature, delectable food, local customs, and overall impression. From lush green landscapes to exotic fruits and unique cultural practices, her firsthand account offers a glimpse into the charm and allure of this South American gem.

5 reasons to read more classics

In this captivating article, Hanna Petocz highlights the manifold reasons to delve into the world of classics. From enriching vocabulary and experiencing timeless masterpieces to engaging in thought-provoking conversations and cultivating an intellectual image, discover why reading classics is a rewarding endeavor.

My perspective on how being in a European School affects us and our place in society 

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

The Future of Technology: Don’t be afraid

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.