The Blood Drive of 2017

With the motto of, “Donate blood now...people can’t live without it,” plastered on posters across the school, some may wonder what exactly went on at the blood drive. This blood drive was sponsored by the Helping Hands Committee, meaning that the general group of people in Helping Hands sponsored the blood drive rather than any … Continue reading The Blood Drive of 2017

Top Anime of 2016

Anime, or Japanese animation, come in various genres, just as American TV does. It is prominent in today’s society and is very frequently talked about. In BSGE, there are many anime lovers, introduced to it for various reasons. Kai Wahlin ‘22 is “partly Japanese, so Anime is cool.” Aayman Abdellatif ‘18 says, “I grew up watching … Continue reading Top Anime of 2016

What it is Like to Live in a Developing Country For Two Weeks

Two weeks in the Philippines. This may not seem like a lot of time for a vacation, but it was perfect for an eye-opening experience. While I was in the Philippines, I learned about how different the local lifestyle was from the my lifestyle in New York. There were many moments when I felt extremely … Continue reading What it is Like to Live in a Developing Country For Two Weeks

A Personal Experience of the March on Washington

On January 21st, 2017, my mother, friends, and I chanted "We want a leader, not a creepy tweeter!" loudly throughout the streets of Washington D.C. Less than twenty-four hours after country musicians strummed their guitars for America's new president, I marched with more than two million women, men, and children across the globe protesting Donald … Continue reading A Personal Experience of the March on Washington