This year was my first and only year at AIS, and it was quite the hectic one. I was neglected by everyone initially, mostly due to differences in values and views between myself and the herd. In a week or two’s time, clashes between students and me had already developed into a monolithic routine, one..
Month: May 2015
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It Ding Ding… I hear it everyday Every hour Every minute Every second of my life from it. It is bringing drums in my head Blinding me Breaking my fingers and destroying the person in me. Grandma calls What are you doing, I am holding it I answer and then she dies, Mama screams Leave..
Last Wednesday, May 20th, a Pie-In-The-Face Raffle was held in order to support the Aid Giza Zoo movement. The event involved eight teachers including: Mr. Jeffery Fetters, Mr. Michael Glavanis, Mrs. Kim Hurst, Ms. Melissa Sheaffer, Ms. Freda Frey, Mr. Steve Spannring, Mr. Kain Klinkhammer, and Mrs. Genevieve Morehouse. Students could get a chance to..
Societies have become amalgamations of miscellaneous ideas and beliefs; thanks to the multifarious advances of science, people have become more willing to discuss topics that had once been taboo. And after coming so far, the scientific community stands now before the greatest of all red-lines: religion. Religion has long vexed science with its appeals to..
Those are only a list of 10 virtues that are essential for living in our modern world. Tolerance: Accept its existence, though conformity is non-compulsory. Benevolence: Spread your wings of kindness, but don’t let the manipulator deceive you. Sagacity: Be the man they look up to, not the child they mock. Determination: Run until you..