• Head to the Blue Zone!

    Head to the Blue Zone!

    December 9, 2015

    We collaborated with the Green School of Bali, Indonesia, and worked really hard to put up some great content about climate change as well as COP21 on the Blue Zone webpage at Global Student Square. Find out more here!

    Blue Zone logo by Candice Leymarie and Louis Serra.

  • The 411 on COP21 social media

    The 411 on COP21 social media

    December 9, 2015

    By Jack Campbell, GSS correspondent PARIS — Social media can give you a TMI headache — too much information and sometimes confusing and conflicting information as well. But many handles, hashtags, pages and photo and video streams have a purpose. Social media adds a whole new dimension to... READ MORE »»

    COP21 Facebook page. Screenshot by GSS staff.

  • Thank you, Bali

    Thank you, Bali

    December 9, 2015

    PARIS — For months now, the ASPire journalism program at the American School of Paris has been planning to cover COP21 for Global Student Square, an international student journalism network.  The opportunity to cover COP21 and possibly see world leaders in action, such as U.S. President Barack Oba... READ MORE »»

    Photo of the western hemisphere of planet Earth by NASA/public domain.

  • Movie Review: Terminator Genisys

    Movie Review: Terminator Genisys

    Louis Grelot, Movie Columnist

    December 5, 2015

    Ouch! It’s been 23 years since Arnold Schwarzenegger went down into a pit of molten steel to save John Connor and save the world; and frankly it should have ended there. Terminator 3 was a failed attempt to bring about the inevitability of Skynet and Judgement Day. Terminator 4 took what could have been a... READ MORE »»

  • Les Journées du Patrimoine

    Les Journées du Patrimoine

    Tailor Liedtke, Katerina Holtzapple, Serena Capilla Murphey, and Alia Hadjar

    December 5, 2015

    Les Journées du Patrimoine is a weekend out of every year when, the French government opens up unknown museums, buildings, etc. to the public. This is all in an effort to educated people of their history and culture. The weekend is not exclusive to Paris. The Venue: Le musée des moulages de l’hôpi... READ MORE »»

    Alia Hadjar

News

Les Journées du Patrimoine

Tailor Liedtke, Katerina Holtzapple, Serena Capilla Murphey, and Alia Hadjar

Les Journées du Patrimoine is a weekend out of every year when, the French government opens up unknown museums, buildings, etc. to the public. This is all in an effort to educated people of their history and culture. The...  Read More »

December 5, 2015

The Roseburg Shooting

Jonah Zigman, Sports Editor

I’m an Oregonian, and I’m proud. I’m Jonah Zigman, a sophomore at ASP, and up until this year I’ve never lived anywhere I remember other than Portland, Oregon in the United States. Oregon is a pretty quiet state known for a fe...  Read More »

November 11, 2015

Water on Mars

Sangya Tiwari, Blue Zone Editor

Water is an indispensable resource for human survival. The existence of water on the Red planet was known to us recently. However, the search for water started more than 15 years ago. Scientist first for the evidence in 20...  Read More »

October 11, 2015

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Blue Zone

Head to the Blue Zone!

We collaborated with the Green School of Bali, Indonesia, and worked really hard to put up some great content about climate change as well as COP21 on the Blue Zone webpage at Global Student Square. Find out more here!

Opinion

Thoughts on PAC

April 11, 2016

Every morning, we wake up, brush our teeth, get dressed, maybe get a bite to eat, then head out into the dark, windy morning to wait for the bus (where you ...  Read More »

Too School for Cool

April 11, 2016

  Being a full IB student, I undergo daily pressure and worry.  Deadlines come at you like storms and tests are lightning bolts upon your already very bu...  Read More »

The Rant of a Student Journalist

February 22, 2016

In an environment where honesty and openness are valued to the core, where students are constantly urged to express themselves, and where creativity is the onl...  Read More »

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