By: Caroline Smith ’24 Chinese New Year, or as some people like to call the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, is the most important among the traditional … Continue reading Chinese New Year: Origination, History and Traditions
By: Ryan Barton ’24 Looking around the room, you can see hundreds of people who are giddy with excitement, staring at the rows of candies. Where does magical event take … Continue reading Cookies and Castles
By: Maddox Short ’23 Queen Elizabeth II has had over 30 Corgis throughout her lifetime. Queen Elizabeth is the longest reigning British Monarch, earning Her title Sept 9, 2015. Queen … Continue reading The History of Queen Elizabeth Corgis: The Queen’s Favorite Dogs
By: Ava Mychel Rodriguez ’24 and Hannah Singer ’23 Oct 1, 2022 marked an important day in Ursuline Academy of Dallas history: the official return to global delegation travel. The … Continue reading Ursuline Academy to Colegio Santa Ursula: Ursuline’s 2022 Brazil Delegation
By Caroline Smith ’24 Back when the war first started to begin in Ukraine, during the dark and cold hours of the night Russian armored vehicles streaked past nuclear reactors … Continue reading Ukrainian Power Plant Workers: Nuclear Disaster Preventers
It is 10:35p.m. central time and the lights come on, the band starts playing music, an audience full of people begin to clap and cheer and a man walks onto … Continue reading Tonight! Tonight!
“Did you try ‘e’ yet? What about ‘t’?” Testing both intellect and patience, the newly obsessive word game “Wordle” has become a worldwide sensation. This puzzle begins … Continue reading Don’t Tell Me the ‘Wordle’
Many previously overlooked, overgrown, small, sunburnt patches of grass, are now being transformed into areas of cultivation for the benefit of the dwindling bee population in Amsterdam, as ecologists working … Continue reading Honey I’m Home: Amsterdam’s Plan to Save the Bees