Deep in the Heart of Climbing.

Hi everyone! Today, we receive with a great pleasure two seconde students : Emma who’s a climber from a club, Roc & Pyrène and Zoé who’s part of the UNSS, our school’s club. ThéoNet : Emma, how long have you been climbing and why did you chose this sport? Emma : I think it’s about…

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THE TOP WORD

Finally, we have our #1 word! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTT’SSSSSSS… LOVE! Wait, what?! How do you want me to explain what love is? You all should have chosen the  »gävle goat ». Ok anyways, let’s do this! [EXTREMELY LOUD INCORRECT BUZZER] Love taking place in the heart is something some people actually still believe! It actually takes place in…

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CHRISTMAS 2: TRADITION BOOGALOO

You all remember the « christmas creature feature » edition of the word corner. However, I missed something importent: TRADITIONS! Not only will I include actual traditions, but also some from r/askreddit’s « weirdest christmas tradition » thread! I bet at least 1 person reading this actually does this. The christmas pickle tradition consists of putting a pickle in…

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Christmas Edition

These days, young people really don’t have any appreciation for classical old Christmas folklore. They only care about their Santa Clause and their Krampus and such. However, they really don’t even know about the good old child-eating pot-licking creatures of yore. The mari Lwyd, as the image shows, is a FLOATING HORSE SKULL IN WHITE…

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The word corner

medieval edition Did you know that we all use Shakespearean words in our everyday life? For example, the word “amazement” was invented entirely by Shakespeare! However, there are a lot of uncommon and unknown words of his era. So, here are 5 of them to use for your next Christmas dinner. The present day, I…

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THE WORD CORNER

Today, I have the honor (for the first time) of presenting our first Thing… THE SHOEBILL STORK! As you can see in this image above, the Shoebill Stork is a bird. As its name implies, it is a relative to the pelican, and has nothing to do with storks. It is also called the Whale-headed…

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