The response of the development director at Li Po Chun United World College to the article "Li Po Chun United World College to Open Belt & Road Centre, Allying Itself with the Chinese Communist Party."
The experience of a UWC-USA Student witnessing the humanitarian crisis at the US-Mexican desert border.
A poem by MUWCI student Gayatri Sharma about her experience in UWC.
A group of 6 UWC alumni took off to rural areas of Southern Belarus to promote the UWC movement among the local people, who are often underrepresented in the selections of the Belorussian National Committee.
With the European project at a crossroads, UWC students in Europe will have a role to play in the upcoming election of the European Parliament.
Poem by UWC-USA alumnus, Raul, talking about the experience at UWC.
After a reckless bus driver had run over a group of students, killing two and injuring nine, students went to the streets to protest for proper traffic laws which would ensure adequate traffic safety. The government responded by shutting down or slowing down mobile data services and political groups interfered with the peaceful protests, resulting in violent clashes.
According to the world wide web, the word Siba means “enthusiasm” or “youthfulness”, and, to me, it represents exactly that: The youthful escapism from academic obligations, a silent rebellion against mensa food, a time machine that lets us halt time in our fast-paced world, and one of the simplest forms of happiness in the midst of our over-complexified realities.
Shubhanshi Gaudani writes about the pre-UWC journey, how groups on social media helped to form a bond between the future co-years, and what her expectations for UWC are.
I wrote this poem through the eyes of an orphan who gets adopted; inspired by the story of my little brother whom I am infinitely thankful for.