פסח.

פסח. It is spring break and the campus looks empty. Most of the people have left and it is starting to get hot. It is Pesach, which is the most famous holiday in the Jewish calendar. Pesach, or Passover, is a commemoration of the Jew’s liberation by God from slavery in Egypt, and their freedom as a nation... Continue Reading →

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Interview with Galya

Can you tell us about your time in Costa Rica? I grew up in Costa Rica and attended UWC there as well, graduating in 2013. UWC was “hands down one of the most meaningful experiences of my life.” I met incredible people, did really interesting things and learned so much from the IB as well... Continue Reading →

Enjoying Life in the IB

Hello. If you are reading this, you are probably interested in studying the IB in our school. Well, it’s your decision. What I want to do is offer you some tips that help me, personally, enjoy my experience of being at EMIS. Of course, these strategies can be different for everyone and my tips might... Continue Reading →

Interview with Jodi

Could you provide a short background of yourself? I have lived my whole life in Pennsylvania. Then, I went to UWC USA and graduated last spring. This summer I started working, [I] saved up a lot of money, and started traveling in the winter. How did you hear of EMIS? What made you choose to... Continue Reading →

To Be Alive: The Reality of Cancer and Alternative Treatment Plans

-James “Rhio” O’Conner Memorial Scholarship Essay- To Be Alive The Reality of Cancer and Alternative Treatment Plans No matter how much we may try to ignore it, no matter the means of distraction we employ, cancer is the silent killer that lies at the heart of internal suffering within many of us. Uninvited, cancer enters one’s... Continue Reading →

Interview with Flori

Could you provide a short background of yourself, before coming to EMIS? Your gap year? I grew up in Innsbruck, Austria, lived there, and went to school there all my life, except for when I left for my exchange year [to] the UK in 2011, and then I went to UWC Adriatic, which resided in... Continue Reading →

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