TED-Ed event “Sharing & Inspiring” (Sunday 10th June 2018)
It is with great pleasure, that I introduce you all to these wonderful students. These bright young minds, shared their ideas with the rest of the world, inspiring us all to become better. Well done everyone! You’ve made us very proud!
Below, you’ll find the links to their videos. Enjoy!
Martha, Evelyne H., George, Keida, Georgia, Evelyne S., Aggelos, Helena, Helen, Konstantina, Dimitra, Vaggelis, Anna, Aris, James
There is no greater joy than watching your student give a speech for TED-Ed. Congratulations!!! I’m so proud of you!
“Goals are an inseparable part of our lives since day one and it is a factor that makes us move on and gives life a meaning.”
Keida is the definition of ‘diligence’. A hard-working student in the last year of high school with aspirations to make the world a better place; Keida is an avid supporter of human rights, a passionate reader, and above all, a futurist with goals in her life.
by Katherine Reilly
Throughout your academic career, you will be called upon to write a formal assignment called an essay. An essay can have many forms or purposes; however, the basic structure is the same. Supporting a view, describing an event, finding a solution to a problem are only some of the formats we must tackle, but if we follow these simple rules, the essay will ‘write itself’ as we expand our ideas.
Continue reading “How to Write an Essay”
by Katherine Reilly
How many times have you felt that your efforts at work were frowned upon, or simply disregarded, whereas, your coworkers always manage to be in the spotlight and in many cases rewarded for insignificant tasks? How often do you feel as if no one notices the hard effort you put into a project while the ‘popular’ ones reap the fruits of a new promotion, a salary raise or even approval? This is most often the case in many working environments today, as the ‘image’ one promotes, can most certainly affect the ones around us, and in many cases receive praise, even if he doesn’t deserve it. Public Relation (PR) Skills is, whether we like it or not, a necessary tool for survival in today’s frantic and most competitive job market. The question remains though… How should PR skills be used and to what capacity?
Continue reading “Conquering the Job Market – “PR Skills… A Tool for Recognition or Exploitation?””
The Cultural Gap
by Joanna F.
Nowadays, society has proven that with modern evolution, people can change the world. However, due to this evolution there is a huge cultural gap between generations and traditions that come into conflict with deeply ingrained notions of the past.
Continue reading “Students’ Corner – The Cultural Gap”
You Are What You Eat…
by Keida M.
Humanity is usually divided when it comes down to what we consume. Vegetables, meat, dairy products are all options, however, what each and every one of us consumes is strictly our own personal prerogative. Below, we will explore how vital vegetariansim or consuming meat can be for several factors with contrasting views.
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by Katherine Reilly
All too often, we find ourselves lost in our thoughts, pondering who we are and what our role in life is. Some deal with this by setting goals; the endless pursuit of professional success, at the cost of happiness. Others try to compensate by indulging into false satisfactions of joy; be it shopping, a celebrity status in social media or even by pursuing universal notions of social acceptance via marriage and having kids. The question though we should be asking ourselves is, what do we want in our lives and what are we willing to sacrifice in order to achieve it?
Continue reading “Serenity, Success and Sacrifices”
Freedom and Independence
by Anna K.
Recently, there has been a great deal of controversy over the important values of life. More and more people tend to believe that security would be of the utmost importance due to escalating wars and the rapid climax of terrorism. Nevertheless, the opponents of this view maintain that freedom and independence should be the deciding factor of people’s notions and way of thinking. I firmly believe that having freedomand independence is much more crucial.
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The Benefits and Turmoils of Credit Card Use
by Mary M.
Every now and then, a variety of researches demonstrate the increasement which is discerned about the number of residents who use credit cards. Nowadays, credit cards are known as the possession of a human being. I am inclined to believe that credit cards’ creation is the appropriate way to make our transactions today.
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