It is that time of the year again. The time librarians call Halloread!
In the library we have prepared a scary books exhibition that will make you scared all week.
Either you are interested in the classic horror stories like Edgar Allan Poe’s or modern favourites as Stephen King, Anne Rice and John Ajvide Lindqvist, you will find your poison in the library.
But don’t forget to keep the lights on after bedtime...
The chairperson announces the final vote and proceeds to wrap up the debates for the day. People get up, speaking quietly about what just happened on their way out. I am still sitting, in shock. I look around and find that everyone in my committee is doing the same. We slowly get up and the tears we were fighting back are now coming. We sob like children all the way to the next venue. Although we are inconsolable we wipe our tears away to keep up appearances during dinner.
To create a better understanding to this very emotional response I should probably start from the beginning. During my
This year the Swedish Academy is awarding two Nobel Prizes in literature, one for 2018, when the prize was cancelled due to the scandals surrounding the Academy, and one for this year. The laureates were announced today at 13:00.
Olga Tokarczuk is awarded the prize for 2018
The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2018 is awarded to the Polish author Olga Tokarczuk "for a narrative imagination that with encyclopedic passion represents the crossing of boundaries as a form of life."
Peter Handke is awarded the prize for 2019
The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2019 is awarded to the Austrian
On Monday 19th of August, as part of our Orientation programme for first years we had the pleasure of welcoming ‘Storasystrarna’ a non profit organisation. It is a very young organisation, launched in March 2019 with a focus on increasing young people’s self esteem, encouraging them in understanding their own value and to have the courage to stand up for themselves and others.
The workshops were led by Malin and Linda, co-founders of Storasystrarna. We will use the feedback from these sessions to further develop our Orientation days and positive engagement during the school year.
Our school halls are clean, the floors are polished, there are mixed smells of paint and new wooden furniture in the air. My summer glow is fading, and I have that “back to school” feeling tingling in my body. Yep, it is time for a new academic year to begin!
This academic year of 2019/20, Internationella Engelska Gymnasiet Södermalm (IEGS) celebrates its 20th anniversary. In August 1999, the school opened with 56 students and offered two national programs, the Natural Science and Social Science programs. Today, IEGS educates over 700 students in four national programs (Natural