TKC: Take out edition

You know, there's more to Viennese restaurants than just Fabios: A Series –– Take-Out Edition Of the over 8,000 restaurants and cafés in Vienna, many may be shutting down due to the numerous lockdowns. What can you do to aid the situation? Buy take-out! But, as you know, not all take-out is created equal. Finally, … Continue reading TKC: Take out edition

Wandavision Marvels the Screen

The widespread success and critical acclaim of WandaVision, Marvel’s first Disney+ show to grace our television screens, was by no means beginner’s luck. Officially announced in April of 2019 and released on January 15 of this year, this nine-episode limited series has left this reporter enamored and longing for more.  Following the events of Avengers: … Continue reading Wandavision Marvels the Screen

The dress code is sexist and perpetuates double standards

A female student at AISV was dress coded for wearing this outfit on a warm autumn day. As a female student, I have had my fair share of dress code violations. My first incident was when I was twelve-years-old; it was 30℃ on a June day and I was wearing shorts. I was dress coded … Continue reading The dress code is sexist and perpetuates double standards

The Dangers of Self-Funded Political Campaigns

Michael Bloomberg announces his candidacy for Democratic nominee of President of the United States. Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images By Evgeny Stolyarov February 6th, 2020 The nomination of a Democratic contender for President of the United States began on Monday with the Iowa caucuses. Due to a poorly developed app, results were delayed and amid … Continue reading The Dangers of Self-Funded Political Campaigns

Growing Gentrification in the Neighborhoods of New York

Citizens march through downtown Brooklyn in protest against gentrification on the 21st of September, 2019. By Paul Frangipane. 29 January 2020, by Delaney Jones Gentrification is a growing problem worldwide, especially in New York over the last five years. Developers force low income citizens out of their houses to make way for more expensive housing, … Continue reading Growing Gentrification in the Neighborhoods of New York