Top 5 Covid Destinations

As the summer approaches, everyone needs to think of a good way to relax without the discomfort of COVID, so, here are the best 5 locations to safely travel to this summer!

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Elon thA god

The man who does more than send cars into space.

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THERE IS CERTAINLY A PROBLEM IN RUSSIA.

On August 20, 2020, Russian oppositionist Aleksey Navalny was poisoned with Novichok and hospitalized in a serious condition. “I never felt this way, cold sweat went through my back and I started losing the reality.” said Navalny. He felt worse and worse, ending up sitting in the plane toilet realizing that “nothing hurts, but life […]

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The Needle and the Damage Done

“Better national messaging on how vaccines could change our lives might encourage young people to get the shot”

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The Rita Effect

“At least 50% of our grade popped Rita for their AP exams”
ZIS Class of 2018 Graduate

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Should Insta Posts Decide Politics?

In our social media-driven society, being a celebrity doesn’t only mean living a lavish lifestyle, attending parties, and throwing hundred dollar bills out of Maserati windows. It means having the power and voice to make the world become aware of significant issues.  Most celebrities have a tremendous number of followers on their social media. This […]

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ZIS’ Never-Ending Debate: IB vs AP

IB or AP? This is the daunting decision that looms over every Upper School student. Either students are trying to wrap their heads around which one to choose in the first place or they are living through the consequences of their choice. The task of choosing AP or IB, a mix of the two or […]

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Mr. Markus: A Multilingual Activist

Coming to us from the booming metropolis of Washington DC, our new Upper School principal, Mr. Markus, is hoping to use his love of learning, multilingualism, and political activism to invigorate our school community.   Mr. Markus has a number of tasks he wishes to complete over the next two school years, but he still […]

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Lisa Lyle: Challenges, Cultures, and Relationships at ZIS

Being bilingual herself, Ms. Lyle appreciates both the beauty and the struggle of being caught up in a mix of cultures – it was this mindset along with her drive to improve communities that drove her to join ZIS.    Our new ZIS director, Lisa Lyle, spent much of her life studying and teaching all […]

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