Don’t know why this guy’s famous? Here’s all you need to know about Nikola Tesla
Screenagers, although well-intentioned, is riddled with logical flaws and odd creative choices. 2.5/7
The top 5 takeaways from the start of an exciting season.
Didn’t read the news this week? Here is a quick catchup using the best photos of the week!
The senior girls team fight to become Swiss champions!
One of the BBC’s most experienced journalists speaks to The Update.
All the photos from this year’s Yellow Leaf Festival!
In light of Leonardo DiCaprio’s National Geographic documentary, climate change is discussed.
We interview the man who almost led Scotland to independence in our biggest interview yet!
Think you know everything there is to know about sleep? Think again.
Ever looked up at the night sky and wondered if there were aliens up there blocking out entire regions of space? So has Finn Boyle (he’s an odd boy)
The La Chat boys football team returned to Verona in search of a second Elite Champions cup!
Spirit Days, events, new presidents and more… A message from StuCo on what they have been doing this half-term and whats in store for the next few months.
Ever wondered how Liberal La Chat is? Well so did we, and we found out. The answer may surprise you.
From Beyoncé to Ellen, veganism is promoted as being healthier. But is this really true?
We speak to the person who literally wrote the book on the EU and one of the few academics who voted for Brexit.
We speak to one of only 24 people to have ever travelled to the moon.
While we may look at the phenomenon of Trump as something new, his rise is nothing out of the ordinary in American politics
We spoke to the incredible Tim Jarvis about his work, adventures and what needs to change to help stop climate change before it’s too late.
Everything you need to know about last week’s Colour Run in Lausanne.
An intelligent and confusing movie about identity, nature and mind-controlling pigs.
We sit down with the author of the book that is now a Hollywood blockbuster, out November 2nd.
A disturbing work about the darkest and most violent parts of society.
A lonely tale of a complex man. 6/7
School’s back in, whether you like it or not. Whether you’re dreading the year ahead or ecstatic, it pays off to be organized and your phone is perfect for helping you to do this.
The biggest video game of the summer, No Man’s Sky, forces us to question our own existence, and whether it’s worth living.
Recent La Chat graduate shares new short film.
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Check out all the photos from yesterday’s Sports Day!
Despite many advances throughout the last centuries how equal are we really?
So far this year there have been more mass shootings than days.
For The Update’s birthday, we look back on the first year online
Get to know your StuCo candidates better
Will you graduate school and university only to find a robot has taken your job?
Recently, free speech has been curtailed more and more worldwide. Finn Boyle tells us why this is such a big problem.
Check out all the photos from the Green Leaf Festival!
From playing politics with four-year-old children’s lunches to calls from the PM to ban religious expression in universities, does France really hold the moral high ground when it comes to religion?
Here’s everything you need to know about Green Week and a video to go with it!
After months of fundraising and preparation, here is what happened on the India trip.
To stay or not to stay?
Defeat the procrastination and revise efficiently with these pieces of advice!
Academy Award shortlisted filmmaker, Marc Silver, spoke with The Update.
In The Update’s first travel essay, Finn Boyle explores the war-torn nation of Bosnia, and how it copes with the memory of genocide.
Human rights and LGBT+ campaigner Peter Tatchell was no platformed by LGB last week. Is Ecolint forgetting some of its core values?
Don’t know why this guy’s famous? Here’s all you need to know about Che Guevara.