Un petit guide par deux élèves de la maturité qui révèle les tactiques pour la réussite à l’examen suisse.
How has the ‘ideal body’ changed over the last century?
Ruth Ibegbuna, founder and former CEO of RECLAIM, talks about social inequality, young working class leaders, and political engagement in our generation.
Fear not! Advice from a student who had their resolution selected last year.
A touching tale detailing the innocence of childhood with an effervescent six-year-old named Moonee and her rebellious mother
Fashion Show 2019 – One of the highlights of the school year, the countdown to the fashion show begins.
Book Club: Monday October 8th,
Léman room 2.09, from 1 to 1.30.
Do apps really play random songs when you press the shuffle button?
The event which sparked the end of British Rule of Ireland.
Stay informed! The Update summarises the week’s biggest news stories and dates to save for the week ahead.
With 23 days to go before the start of the regular season, we take a look at who has the best chances of winning the MVP prize
Are silent films only to be appreciated by the vintage vinyl connoisseur crowd?
By Saoirse Boyle and Cece Castleberry
Separating children by gender is harmful and unnecessary.
The Update is always looking for new students to join the team – find out how you can get involved!
La Chat’s toxic attitude towards grades and success.
Insidious or enlightening? How the New Age Movement has fused into scientific discussion
Petra Volpe is a Swiss director and screenwriter, best known for her recent feature ‘The Divine Order’. In this interview she speaks with The Update about filmmaking, and feminism in Switzerland.
Take full advantage of the next few weekends with our up-to-date guide of Geneva and neighbouring Vaud!
Advice on seeing the big picture, coping with stress, and making time for yourself.
“Over 1 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon today are caught as pawns in a political game between too many competing interests.”
An interview with Brian Keenan, a Northern Irish writer who was held hostage in Lebanon.
Lifehack – how to read a painting
A guide to our school from the perspective of the students.
The Premier League’s top performers of Gameweek 4
The good, the bad and the ugly of being Asian in 2018.
IB advice from La Chat’s class of 2017.
Get to know his favourite place to hide from students in school, his pet peeve about English students and many more!
What we learnt from the football competition that made this summer that much better.
An Update author’s summer reading, rated.
A resident of the Tower on his experience of the fire, the local council’s role and the response from the community.
Kamila Shamsie is an author of five novels, including Burnt Shadows which was shortlisted for the Orange Prize […]
Teams for Sports Day Football
The Student Council can’t be successful without the students body’s support.
Get to know your StuCo candidates better!
James Grime is a mathematician, lecturer, public speaker and youtuber.
Get to know what teachers speak about during lunchtime, her thoughts on the Walmart Yodelling Boy and more!
Want to find out what High Schoolers really wear to school in Geneva?
Advice from students who have completed the dreaded coursework!
Tanzania Team: Sponsored Swim across Lac Leman
David Johnson, an English footballer who played for the English National Team talks Liverpool’s chances, being a role model and representing England.
23 Questions with Mr. Fyfe – Get to know his favourite year group to teach, his worst chemistry-related injury and many more!
Odysseus is a Greek tragedy discussing the main character, Odysseus, and how he makes it back to his home, Ithaca, after the war of Troy.
There has been a recent discussion as to whether our PE lessons demonstrate sexism. This brings into question how small incidences can resonate with students over time and how it affects their own views.
GREEN WEEK IS HERE! And if you don’t like it then leaf.
Although we are now one quarter of the way into 2018, and time is moving pretty fast, that doesn’t mean there aren’t loads of sequels ready to come out and help us enjoy the rest of the year.
Vote for Amanda Anastassov and her partner, Max Wallenberg, who have been nominated for the “Most Promising Swiss Sports Persons’ Prize of 2017”!
Celebrating the movement encouraging people to come together and enable change for a better world.