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Student News Action Network

Write it; Film it; Make it happen

Haiti, Two Years Later

Haiti, Two Years Later

United StatesDavid, Washington International School

Feb 22, 2012 -   Two years ago, on the 12th of January, Haiti was struck by a devastating earthquake. With a magnitude of 7.0 on the Richter scale, it was the largest earthquake that had hit the region in 200 years. According to the Haitian...

Small Island, Big Problem

Small Island, Big Problem

ItalyIlaria Schlitz

Feb 6, 2012 - With a rise in attacks by Somali pirates in the Lamu archipelago off the northern coast of Kenya come serious implications for locals, hotel and home owners and tourists alike. According to Rocky Hitchcock, a Senior Security Advisor and...

The Power of Music

The Power of Music

JapanTenKiko Chin, International School of Sacred Heart Tokyo

Feb 18, 2012 -   A 17-year-old Burmese rapper shares her story as a victim of bullying and her struggle to conform. However her inner strength takes her forward. Su Let Yee feels that the best moments in her life are when she is performing her raps...

Dollar Breakdown

Dollar Breakdown

Japansanskriti mehta, International school of the Sacred heart

Feb 2, 2012 -     In 2004 US economists said, “A weak dollar isn’t always bad, and is sometimes done on purpose. It makes our exported goods cheaper, which can create jobs.” Today, in 2011, the same issue exists, but on a much larger scale....

Rotten Bananas: Forgotten Events in Chiquita and United Fruit's History With Guatemala

Rotten Bananas: Forgotten Events in Chiquita and United Fruit's History With Guatemala

United StatesEthan Diner, Washington International School

Jan 8, 2012 - In 1934, under Jorge Ubico Casteñada, a vagrancy law was commissioned in Guatemala forcing 150 eight hour days of farming on all workers as a minimum. It provided seemingly...

Elections Show Switzerland’s Changing Political Climate

Elections Show Switzerland’s Changing Political Climate

SwitzerlandFinn de Thomas Wagner, International School of Berne

Nov 8, 2011 - Sunday the 23rd of October marked the election for the 49th legislation period of the Swiss Federal Assembly. Both the 200 seats of the National Council (which can be considered...


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- Patrick Bassett, President of the National Association of Independent Schools

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