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The ones who showed up will never see Humlegården the same way…

The ones who showed up will never see Humlegården the same way…

Joao F. September 26, 2022

SATURDAY, 17th of September – The ‘Trash Cleanup’ was from the start one of the most exciting events of the weekend. Organized by the Roots and Shoots Club, the meeting was a tremendous success,...

Swedish Election Leads to Shift of Political Power - For Better or Worse?

Swedish Election Leads to Shift of Political Power – For Better or Worse?

Leticia L., Reporter September 19, 2022

During election campaigns, there is an excess of adults encouraging other adults to vote. With classic one-liners like ‘If there’s ever a time to vote, it’s now and ‘If not you, who?’ And as...

Illustrator Misha P.

The trend of centre-left governments in Europe – Sweden Elections 2022

Joao F., Reporter September 9, 2022

There is no doubt that some sets of eyes are looking very closely at the September 11th Swedish General Election. If the Swedish Social-Democrats stay in power after the September 11th election the...

2022 Hip Summer Boogey Time

2022 Hip Summer Boogey Time

Mat SG., Reporter June 13, 2022

Every summer the evenings and nights at Stockholm’s amusement park come alive with music and dance. As the annual concert season starts, Grönalund opens its gates to loads of amazing new and classic...

From the bleachers

Sun Shines on Sports Day

Mia A. and Efoda A. June 13, 2022

The 8th of June was school sports day.  Students from 6th-11th grade were welcomed to join. The weather was amazing making the  games more enjoyable. Students were divided into groups depending on their...

The blooming cherry blossoms of Kungsträdgården.

Stockholm Culture Night & Cherry Blossoms

Mat SG., Reporter May 4, 2022

Annually, the Swedish capital of Stockholm transforms with vibrance and life as it celebrates its own ‘Culture Night’ festival. Showcasing the diversity of Stockholm’s culture - including that of...

St. Patrick’s Parade

St. Patrick’s Parade

Kaitlyn O. and Mariana P. March 31, 2022

On March 19th, if you were near Kungstrӓdgården you may have seen a large mass of people wearing lots of green or heard the sound of Irish bagpipes playing in harmony to the singing of traditional...

“For the greatest benefit to humankind” – what the Nobel Prize means in today’s world

“For the greatest benefit to humankind” – what the Nobel Prize means in today’s world

Mariana , Reporter January 5, 2022

On Monday, December the 6th Stockholm International School hosted the Nobel Evening Event at the Nobel Prize Museum. One of the main features of the programme was a talk from the invited guest speaker:...

Reflection of Life During a Pandemic

Reflection of Life During a Pandemic

Mateusz S-G., Guest writer June 8, 2021

The pandemic COVID-19 began late December 2019/early January 2020, right before my move from Sweden to Hong Kong. At first, nothing really seemed different from how starting in a new school usually was,...

New to Stockholm? - What should you do?

New to Stockholm? – What should you do?

Dan C., Reporter and Photographer October 21, 2019

  Djurgården   Djurgården is an island which I like to call ‘The Museum Island’. The reason is because there are so many museums and other fun places that you should go in...

SISMUN Day is Back!

SISMUN Day is Back!

February 1, 2019

Good morning everybody! Welcome back to the annual SISMUN of 2019. Today the Quirky Quibbler will be covering all of the happenings today! The topic of this year's MUN is "threats to democracy". Look forward...

10th Graders Complete the Personal Project!

10th Graders Complete the Personal Project!

Alva S., Editor March 16, 2018

In light of the completion of the Personal Projects by the 10th graders, the Quirky Quibbler wanted to showcase a few of this year’s projects. The exhibition when students get the chance to finally...

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