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Wait WHAT? Another Exam

By: Marina Stamos & Lucas Vicens After entering high school, the last step before reaching college, students start to face challenges, exams become abundant, and work overwhelms many pupils. Will exams ever be limited? Standardised examinations are often used to assess students, teachers, and schools. This was the point of no child left behind. However, […]

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Field Trip Chronicles: Colserolla (1st Grade)

By Mary Dean On October 15, the classes from 1A and 1B traveled to Serra de Collserola Natural Park, where we were able to experience the beauty of this 8,000-hectare natural area as well as contribute to the health and welfare of the park. After listening to docents teach us about the importance of the […]

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Women Needlessly Judged by Their Appearance

Women Needlessly Judged by Their Appearance. By Julian Carax. Entry is an art piece made by Cesc Clave from 12th grade IB arts SL which highlight how men and women are judged differently by society. Clave’s artwork is one of many that adorns that halls of ASB The artwork shows two different entries, the men’s […]

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ASB Rocked the BMUN Conference

by Julian Carax ASB had twenty students representing different delegates in the BMUN, conference of 2015, the 23rd of October. Ms.i Marroquin, TOK, 10th grade History and MUN teacher, said she was really proud of how well the group did. The issues discussed at conference were: Question of preventing international recruitment from terrorist organizations, Measures […]

On Depression Read more

On Depression

By: Lauren Pugh Depression can be a very prevalent, crushing presence in a person’s life. Couple that with homework, social life, and general lack of sleep it’s no wonder studies show today’s teenegers are even more stressed than those during the Great Depression. Depression can be caused by several things; a chemical imbalance in the […]