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
By Laszlo Molnarfi, EEB1, S6HUA.
“Maybe nobody can do anything, but we want to express our disquiet, we want to make sure we’re heard by those who CAN change the system,” says a student of EEB4 at an emergency meeting hastily convened in the wake of the new crisis facing the European Schools.