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  • Foods That Help Combat Stress

    Foods That Help Combat Stress

    June 19, 2018

    When you're studying it is sometimes hard to find some time and space for yourself. This can lead to a stressful lifestyle. Everyone is affected by stress and there are several ways that help can help you reduce it. For example, going for a walk or taking a nap. Several studies have also shown that ...

  • Want Better Grades? Move a Little!

    Want Better Grades? Move a Little!

    Menia Kappus and Leon Caswell

    June 15, 2018

    Students Menia Kappus and Leon Caswell from FIS Investigated the effect of 0%, 20%, 40%, and 60% of the test subject’s maximum heart rate on their memory in search for potential strategies for more efficient learning experiences for IB students. Taking their background knowledge, that maintaining healthy brai...

  • Fractals in Nature

    Fractals in Nature

    Catherine Fial, Tech and Science Editor

    April 10, 2018

    Fractals are unique geometric figures which exhibit self-similar patterns, in which the pattern of the fractal resembles itself at different scales. Many fractals used in mathematics are artificial abstract objects, however, fractals can and do occur in nature.   Romanesco Broccoli   The Romanesco b...

  • Controversial Clash of the Swastika

    Controversial Clash of the Swastika

    Mihiro Shimano, Editor of Sports

    April 6, 2018

    In the past decade or so, tourism in Japan has tremendously increased, with recent stats recording a massive 9% increase in the amount of tourists that came to Japan in January of 2018 compared to last years January. With the Tokyo Olympic coming up in 2020, Japan is due to attract even more tourists,...

  • March for Our Lives – Frankfurt

    March for Our Lives – Frankfurt

    Mihiro Shimano, Editor of Sports

    March 31, 2018

    On the 24th of March, Democrats Abroad Germany hosted the march, March for Our Lives in Frankfurt, Germany. At approximately 12pm, 50 to 60 people showed up in front of the Alte Oper to commence the march led by march leader Pat Klipp. Beginning in Alte Oper, the group proceeded down towards the city c...

  • The Impact of Technology in the 2018 Olympic Games

    The Impact of Technology in the 2018 Olympic Games

    Seoeun (Sunny) Choi, Editor of Tech and Science

    March 30, 2018

    The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang has been on headlines and the news even before the magnificent opening ceremony had signalled the start of the games. From the diplomatic overtures between North and South Korea to the introduction of new athletes from numerous countries, the Olympics this year...

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An Unlikely IB Stress Reliever

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Fractals in Nature

Fractals in Nature

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The Impact of Technology in the 2018 Olympic Games

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