This month’s creativing writing column, Creative Bubble, weaves a heartbreaking tale of a child dealing with divorced parents during Diwali.
Read how this vine strangled itself to nonexistence…
Despite mediocre ratings of J.K. Rowling’s new film “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, the film presents stunning visuals and a familiar environment for Harry Potters around the world.
By Nikhil Dwibhashyam (’18) International Academy (IA) Central’s Quiz Bowl team had its first event of the school year on Wednesday, November 16th. Team members competed at the Junior Varsity level […]
By Sally Bdeir (’19) The spotlight shines on the wonderful sophomore Jewel Evans this November. Jewel never fails to look stylishly put together every single school day. Favorite garment to […]
Even though the concept is not foreign, the word “terrorism” evokes a pusillanimous response from many Americans. Thus, terrorism is fought with bullets and an ever expanding military budget while a more effective and humane solution is ignored: education.
When asked to describe stage fright, IA Junior Ana Sahu replied, “It feels like Christmas is tomorrow, but you are also about to jump off a cliff”. How do we calm down our nerves before performing onstage?
(Feature picture courtesy of InsideGov) By Alexander Trombley (’17) The votes are in and Trump won the election, despite the best guesses of major news sources like MSNBC, CNN, and […]
By Jessica Bao (’18) There is no doubt that The Little Prince, a 1943 novella by French author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, is a classic. While it is considered as a […]
By Evan Kolin (’18) The Cubs defeated the Indians in a historic, ten inning, winner-take-all Game 7 Wednesday night, giving them their first World Series championship since 1908. The final […]