By Nicolas Pérez Barley, EEB4 S6 DEA & Marina D’Ago, EEB4 S6 ITA In one of the most populous countries in the world, and perhaps the African country with the … Read More
By Stella KRASTEVA, EEB4 S5FRC January 6, 2021 was a turning point in US history in multiple dimensions. It was a symbolic end of the theory of the American “exceptionalism”[I]. … Read More
Athanasios Nathanail, EEB3 It seems like a very long time ago since, on November 3, the United States elections took place. The race for the future president of the country … Read More
By Caoimhe HAYES, ALI S4 Parting is such sweet sorrow On the 23rd of June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Thus began what was to … Read More
By Vincentas Linas Palubinskas , EEB4, S5 ENA What started as a fringe community on the websites of 4chan and 8chan is gaining mass popularity on many major social media networks. … Read More
How we can use art and science to help and innovate-The Carano 4 Children non-profit foundation is launching a competition on climate and gender equality in 2021
By Silvia Andreoletti, ESF . The Covid-19 pandemic has been undoubtedly the most impactful, ongoing event of the year 2020, influencing every aspect of our lives. In most parts of Europe, the crisis seemed over by late spring, but with rumors of a second wave coming and the beginning of school inching closer, is returning to business as usual really the best course of action?
As this unusual year nears its end, the CoSup, the student union of the European Schools, has decided to publish a report to the wider student constituency about its actions taken this scholastic year of 2019-2020: its duties of representation, its projects and its initiatives for the student body.
By Lucas Bonhomme Vazquez, EEB1, S7ENA. Whether it be representing Bolivia at school-organised MUNs, watching Peterson vs Zizek on YouTube, a pleasant classroom discussion initiated by your teacher or sitting on your favourite couch while spooning gluten-free vanilla ice-cream while the latest … Read More
By the CoSup (László MOLNÁRFI EEB1, Martina LALOVA EEB1, Filip KALAPISH EEB4).
On the 15th-17th of April 2020, the Board of Governors will reconvene through video conference to decide, among other things, on measures to take for the 2019-2020 European Baccalaureate session to ensure its fairness and integrity, after suspending classes in situ in March of 2020 until the Coronavirus crisis abates. What is the best decision to take?