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Photo contributed Marina Balasanyan.

All-international executive team takes on Freedom Songs

Zoe Schacter-Brodie, Feature Editor December 8, 2022

Sophomore Diana Issa takes pride in the elements of the Freedom Zine that her home country of Belarus inspired: its red and white cover and its bold typeface. These, however, are the same qualities...

Beyond the Bubble: Conflict at the border of Poland and Belarus and the president of Brazil facing accusations of homicide and genocide

Lily Yost, News Reporter December 2, 2021

The Polish and Belarusian border conflict On Thursday, Nov. 18, border officials in Bruzhi, Belarus cleared the encampments of thousands of migrants trying to cross through the main entrance into Poland....

Illustration by Kiara Paninos.

A country embroiled in protests: Whitman Belarusian students face crisis over undemocratic election back home

Lena Friedman, Staff Reporter November 12, 2020

Before returning to Walla Walla for the fall semester, Whitman senior Yana Miakshyla spent three days without internet access in her home country of Belarus, starting the eve of the country’s presidential...

First-year Yana Miakshyla, left, experencing life at UWC Dilijan in Armenia. (Left and right images) Sophomore Lola Al- barral Bravo, pictured far right, getting a tase of life in Singapore at UWC Southeast Asia.

United World Colleges: “The School of Life”

Alissa Antilla April 5, 2018

When American students enter their third year of high school, many opt for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme, an advanced program  with an international focus that lasts two years,...

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