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Gaming, the Result of Surviving Quarantine 

Martin Zuluaga Chavez, Discoverer Staff Writer August 30, 2020

I remember getting annoyed when I lost while playing video games. I just quit and turned off the console, even smashing the controller with my bed once. At that moment I felt that it was a complete waste...

Student studying from his house trying to get through quarantine and virtual school.

A Routine During These Hard Times

David Palacios, Discoverer Staff Writer August 30, 2020

Throughout the last few months, the world was hit with something no one was expecting: a lethal virus that has taken hundreds of thousands of lives. This led the world to change, as mandatory quarantines...

Cinnamon rolls made by Juana Díez using the recipe found in Instagram account: @betweenbowls

Baking: The New Therapy

Juana Díez, Discoverer Staff Writer August 30, 2020

After looking at multiple videos of brownies recipes I found one that seemed perfect. I went to the kitchen immediately to bake the brownies. I found myself sitting in front of the oven counting the minutes...

Beautiful view in the morning from the main room, next to it some sheets that belong to Pre-Calc activities.

Mental Health Is Now a Trend

Martin Escobar Bolivar, Discoverer Staff Writer August 30, 2020

A recurring question dawdles in my mind: In the midst of a pandemic, how can one stay healthy? This query relates not to the impending physical danger of illness, but the constant hazard of losing one’s...

How to Become Productive

How to Become Productive

Alejandro McEwen, Chief Copy Editor May 13, 2020

A story about how I became productive... Malcolm Little, later known as Malcolm x, was sentenced on charges of larceny to ten years in jail. His life was over. However, instead of becoming an aggressive...

 The dazzling moon, highlighting the clouds and outlining the trees, was captured from the hammock on April 7th, 2020, in the countryside of El Retiro, Antioquia.

Fireworks

Juan Manuel Rodríguez, Marketing Manager May 13, 2020

Her voice trembled as she struggled to recount the story. Her eyes watered as my dad hugged her in an unsuccessful effort to comfort her. He felt exactly the same way. Hence, comforting her was not an...

An appreciation shot of a delightful brimming nespresso coffee.

The Bright Side of Quarantine

Paloma Urrea Díez, Lifestyle Editor May 13, 2020

On a Saturday quarantine night, sipping a glass of wine and sitting next to my mother who was fully submerged in her book, profound thoughts filled my mind. Only accompanied by the crackling sounds of...

Alcohol, mask, and gloves; the essentials to go out of home these days.

Is the Fear of COVID-19 Going to Rule Over Us?

Carolina Mira, Copy Editor May 12, 2020

For the past couple of months, we have been social distancing. We have taken these measures for our own protection, but have you ever wondered what is the root of our self-preservation? Let me tell you,...

Felipe Obando, learning on his own about biochemistry and completing some assignments that his UPB Medicine teachers provided him during the lockdown, March 12, 2020.

Professions At Stake

Susana Obando, Copy Editor May 12, 2020

While I cooled down my nerves, my mind started to question how my future as a dentist would be like. I’ve just had the virtual admission interview with deans and teachers of CES University here in Medellin....

Deportivo Independiente Medellín fans (Rexixtencia Norte) release fire extinguishers as the team enter the field. A tradition to demonstrate support to the players.

Grieving the Loss of Football

Emilio Mora Serani, Copy Editor May 12, 2020

Football stopped and my heart stopped beating. Since March 9, 2020 nothing is the same. More than 90% of soccer leagues in the world were postponed due to Covid-19. When I got home after school, and...

Single line drawing made by Alejandra Castaño during quarantine, inspired by Instagram´s account: @vibeline_.

Instagram, Entertaining the Masses

Alejandra Castaño, Assignment Editor May 12, 2020

It was Friday night and I found myself at home polishing my cooking skills; something I never imagined myself doing. I mixed the dry ingredients as the video says; flour, cocoa powder, and stevia. My kitchen...

General service staff from The Columbus School look at clothes from the ropero to buy and take home, which lasted 4 days and was held from October 30th until November 1st.

Fall Ropero a Mixed Success

Maria del Mar Echeverri, Discoverer Staff Writer December 2, 2019

The Ropero collected 2,666,000 million pesos in clothing sales, from October 30th to November 1st, which will be donated to JKS student scholarships and was organized by the foundation coordinator, Sonia...

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