It’s A Vibe

After maybe three hours of dancing in the basement of Camera Club, I was excitedly awaiting for the evening’s main performer to begin her set. IAMDDB hails from Manchester, UK and really knows how to entice a c...

Spring to Me

Remembering that you’ve left your gloves at home… then realizing you don’t care. Drinking out of a city water fountain. No more pesky pebbles littering the street. Such nuances are things that all skateboarders...

Clubs of the Month #1

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single student in possession of free time, must be in want of an extracurricular activity. Here at AIS we have more than 30 clubs and activities, not including sp...

Drink more water! Mick Jenkins in Vienna.

It’s 7:10 on Halloween Night. The dance floor of Grelle Forelle, a small club in Vienna’s 9th district, is nearly empty. As time drags along, slowly people begin to congregate around the stage at the front of t...

The Grand Dilemma

There must be a fault in the judicial systems around the world if criminals are set free, never to be prosecuted again, and the innocent people are either locked up or put to eternal sleep. The judicial system ...

Why Ebola Doesn’t Deserve The Headlines

As the Ebola death toll nears 4,900, media all over the world feed their viewers and readers another huge spoonful of the news, news that makes them choke on fear. Since this spring, Ebola has been ravaging th...

Sports: Doing More Harm Than Good?

No matter how many options one can have, there will always be one that stands out over the others. This goes for anything, but in this case, it is especially a problem when it comes to school clubs, which are o...

Your Opinion: Israel-Palestine Conflict

The conflict between Israel and Palestine has its roots planted deep down in the World War II era, and the conflict between Israel and its surrounding Arab neighbors exponentially longer. The Gaza region, near ...

Our Common Duty

The American Military Cemetery in Normandy. Written by Ben Dietderich I stand in pouring rain. Despite the water seeping through my nylon raincoat and the wind hurling hard, I don’t feel the cold. Perhap...