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High School Bloggers

Each week the Language Cafe hosts a new group of high school students who spend their time working to produce a high quality blog post.

The more, the merrier

Written by: Margherita Nisco, Camilla Fragasso, Pietro Alessandrini. Ever since we were little we have been taught to work alone, relying only on ourselves and on our own skills. This has led to a competitive way of thinking, where the highest... Continue Reading →

Crying twice

Written by: Valentina Oggioni, Margherita Ruffini, Chiara Calvez Nowadays, our world is increasingly competitive. To have a place in this world, young people have to show they are better than others, and it has become essential for them to have... Continue Reading →

The Work-related school project

Written by Filippo Gaudio and Piero Guida An introduction to the university, a couple of other instructions and then we find ourselves here, sitting in front of a computer at the LUISS Language Café, squeezing our brains to come up... Continue Reading →

BRUSH AWAY THE PRESSURE

Written by Lorenzo Orsenigo, Giulia Romeo and Chiara Mensini Despite our young age, we teenagers often feel quite a lot of stress and pressure related to our future perspectives, satisfying the expectations of others or getting on well with family... Continue Reading →

When distraction calls…

Written by Alberto Angelucci, Camilla Citterio and Maria Luisa Zucchini Solimei It’s 3 p.m, you have an important test tomorrow. You take out your books, sit at your desk and then mentally prepare yourself for your study session. This afternoon is... Continue Reading →

NO TO THE BLUE WHALE CHALLENGE, YES TO THE GAME OF LIFE

Written by Giulia and Patric Last week at school our teacher showed us a report by an Italian TV show called “Le Iene” about a terrible game that is getting increasingly popular nowadays: The Blue Whale challenge. This so-called game... Continue Reading →

FINGERS AND CANS

Written by Anastasia & Sara Street Art is the definition used by media that encapsulates all those art forms that appear in public places. It is an open expression of the thoughts and identity of the artist. This type of... Continue Reading →

Every sleeping hour

Written by Lucrezia Scopel and Pietro Romualdi. Ok, time for some personal questions. How much do you sleep? And do you sleep well? And what is sleep anyway? In wikispeak, it is a naturally recurring state of mind and body... Continue Reading →

DEAR ALIENS, HOW YOU’VE CHANGED!

[Reading time:  5 minutes] Written by Elena Casaleggi and Siv Izzo The word alien comes from latin “alienus”, which means “other”, “stranger”. The first thing that pops up in our head when we hear the word “alien” is a small... Continue Reading →

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