The History of Castles


By Chris-Achilles Falaris (A Class) Fortresses have been built in Japan since early times. A particular need for castles arose […]

Cheetahs Are Racing Towards Extinction


By Menelaos Dendrinos, Xristos Zachiotis & Alkinoos Diamantopoulos (A Class)   The cheetah, the world’s fastest land animal, is headed […]

The Bermuda Triangle


By Kepenos Alexandros & Andonopoulos Marios (A Class) The Bermuda Triangle, is a loosely-defined region in the western part of […]

A Butcher or a Great Emperor?


By Nick Frantzis (A Class)       Genghis Khan was born in Temüjin in 1162 and he died in 1227. He […]

Depression: What is it and how do we recognize it?


By Tsipi Maria & Panagiotou Nefeli-Stavroula (A Class) We’ve all heard of depression, at least once in our lives. We […]

How much of yourself can you actually be?

How much of yourself can you really be

By George Tsapikounis (A Class)   Despite the fact that this question seems a bit confusing, when someone thinks of […]



By Chris Papagiannopoulos (A Class) Dodgeball is a game in which the players in two teams try to throw balls […]

Weird Sports


By Sofia Argiropoulou, Athanasia Kouli & Angela Mastrogiannopoulou (A Class)   Practising various sports is a way for many people […]

Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955): The man who knew relativity

By Stratis Georgiou (A Class) Albert Einstein was born at Ulm in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, on March 14, 1879, in a […]

World Grimaces Championship.


By Melpomeni Paraskevopoulou & Helen Skouta (A Class) For 749th consecutive year in the  small town  of Egremont,the locals celebrated […]