BY Ava ABHELAKH, EEB4, S5NLA. Water is the one thing we all need. We can go about 3 weeks without food, but only 3-4 days without water. Water is the … Read More
By László Molnárfi, S7HUA, EEB1. Whereas deontologist principles – the idea that actions are judged on some inherent moral value– are very noble, the world often requires utilitarian principles. Deontologists … Read More
By Sveva Rembold, S2DE, European School of Varese. OUR VOICES COUNT – What would teenagers vote for if they could?
67% of students think the amount of work given differs than on normal school days, and of those 91% think the workload is too much. As a result, 52% report being more stressed with the new system.
By Maria Nefeli Karipsiadi, S7EL EEB3. The new decade has officially marked the beginning of a new era. Between the usual ‘new years resolutions’ and the more pessimistic memes on … Read More
BY Cecilia GIMENO VEIRA, EEB4, S6FRD. South Africa is facing huge problems with coal and water. Since 2010, the country has been confronted with a water crisis and mining activities … Read More
BY Nina CERNOS, EEB4, S5FRC. The other day I got lost on YouTube, as one does, and I ended up coming across a specific genre of videos that piqued my … Read More
By Martina Lalova, S7ENB. It is no secret that in our modern-day society men and women alike spend significant time and effort trying to appear younger than they really are. … Read More
BY ADELE GIRARD-SEQUEIRA. Pathological, as defined by the Oxford dictionary, is an individual who is ‘not reasonable or sensible; impossible to control’. The conclusion that jumps to mind is that … Read More
BY MARIELLA O’CURNEEN. Since the referendum in 2016, the United Kingdom has been trying to come up with a plan to leave the EU , a process very well known … Read More