Article In this article, it informs the audience that Mark Zuckerberg is going to step down from the company, Facebook. There have been large scandals that he has been taking private information from his customers and selling it for millions. He says he cannot deny or confirm if way apart of it, however, he takes … More Monday Matters Round 2 – Fake News – 24/11/18
This cartoon first appeared on a blog. Appealing to the families affected and the Americans the cartoon is targetting America and how they are not letting people in and also separating and choosing why they want to let in. By looking at this image my eye is drawn to the shopping cart which the statue of liberty … More Monday Matters #4 – 11/10
The view of the Observer on how another moral low is hit for Donald Trump by separating families Observer Editorial Through one of the latest distraught news, it is been questioned if Trump has any empathy. Leaving 2,000 children in jail without their family knowing where they are. There is no exact count and no … More Monday Matters #3 – 30/09 – Trump
Article Trump claims that Barack Obama had the same law in place that he is insisting on. He is trying to convince everyone it has been going on for more than 50 years and that he is trying to stop it while the others have not succeeded. He claims Obama also separated children, but no … More Monday Matters #2
The article Over the summer a reoccurring news article was Trump splitting up immigrants. To be specific parents and children. It is all occurring at the Southern US border. There is a zero tolerance for when adults (18+) cross the border they are arrested. However, children are not allowed to be put in jail so … More Monday Matters
For the first day I was at a Baar KinderarztPraxis and for the other 4 days I was at a trust company called Zedra in Geneva. The reason I chose the first placement is because I am extremely interested and wanting to study medicine. However more precisely to be a children’s doctor. I applied to … More Final Work Experience Evaluation
Work Experience Week – Rosanne Hemelraad Monday → Baar Kinderarztpraxis Tuesday-Friday → Zedra Trust Company in Geneva Monday 11th of June When I came in for my work day I was nicely greeted and shown a tour. After being Introduced what I would be doing the first patients came in. I with a … More My work experience from pediatrics to trust
I started off with no knowledge and ended up with knowing how to make a BuzzFeed quiz a game, which I always thought was an extremely complex process. We learned how to make and use strings, variables, integers, random input, lists, if and elif, while loop and calculations. When I found out we were doing coding … More My journey through coding
The resources are endless in our society, so is it still possible to have a ‘fair’ fight? Personally, I would say yes, but the problem is we can all gather so much information from both sides. Therefore, in order for it to be fair the other person should get the same amount of time. They … More Does ‘fair’ still exist?
As an assignment for our summer, our grade was set to read Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi. The book is actually a novel and follows Marjane’s early childhood before and during the war. It explores various themes such as having the grow up fast, religion and family. The story is set up as a graphic novel … More Do you really know how much a war can affect someone?