The student magazine at  Graded School

Stand up now.

Matthew Kim, News Reporter

Sitting is part of our lives. Most of us sit down countless times each day, no matter where or when. It is somewhat inevitable as we desire to take a rest and do whatever ...  Read More »

March 8, 2016 • 0 comments

The German Iron Lady

February 29, 2016

Yearly, the well-known American magazine, Time, selects "The person of the year"; a type of an award created to reward the most influential person, group, o...  Read More »

A Zika Olímpica

February 26, 2016

Zika. A palavra que era, até pouco tempo, utilizada com diferentes institutos linguísticos por jovens, caiu na boca do povo ultimamente, e por um moti...  Read More »

Burmese elections: a cautious victory for democracy

February 15, 2016

Earlier this month, Myanmar, a country in southeast Asia, held what will likely become one of the most important elections in its history. The election ma...  Read More »

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Redefining feminism in politics

Fe Sayao, Features Editor

Sexism is less of a problem than we think it is in the current U.S. presidential elections. The problem actually lies in the use and abuse of the word sexism. Sexism is b...  Read More »

March 3, 2016 • 0 comments

To my Valentine: February

February 24, 2016

As we close up our summer/winter break we come back to the dreaded realization that it’s already February! Yes, it happened, the month of “love” has arr...  Read More »

Advice for rising juniors

February 23, 2016

The beginning of the second school semester at Graded is predominantly marked by a couple of demanding weeks of school followed by the Carnaval break....  Read More »

“Deu zika!” uma reação atrasada

February 22, 2016

  Poucos do público geral conheciam o nome "Zika vírus" antes do surto de casos de microcefalia em recém-nascidos em Pernambuco, em Agosto de...  Read More »

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Student Vampirism

Bruna Piccin, Entertainment Reporter

Dracula, Alucard, Louis de Point du Lac, and Barnabas Collins. These are a few names that come to mind when someone says 'vampire'. People watch these bloodsuckers on the...  Read More »

December 8, 2015 • 0 comments

The overlooked intentions of Funny Games (1997)

December 7, 2015

A  month ago, I finally got around to watching Amour. As the credits rolled towards Michael Haneke’s name, I immediately opened his IMDb page - I ...  Read More »

An atypical companion piece

November 27, 2015

Like Citizen Kane, Paul Thomas Anderson’s name was just a brand. To me, both have daunting reputations t...  Read More »

A Scaredy Cat’s Halloween

November 11, 2015

With Halloween around the bend, it is a great time to be a horror movie enthusiasts. There is no better...  Read More »

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An open letter to story-tellers

Catu Berretta, POV Writer

For anyone who has been paying attention, there is a narrative that has become a commonality in storytelling. We are presented with a hero: a young man with a square jaw a...  Read More »

February 16, 2016 • 0 comments

Talon Tunes: Desert Island Edition

February 1, 2016

If you were stranded on a desert island and could only bring one album, what would it be?   Ki...  Read More »

Thoughts on morality

December 8, 2015

Can morality be objectively judged, and if so, what standards can we use to judge it? Neuroscient...  Read More »

Interculturalism ≠ Colorblindness

December 2, 2015

The days of colorblindness as a means of eliminating intolerance are long gone. The beauty in color ...  Read More »

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The student magazine at  Graded School
The student magazine at Graded School