Edition 3 - June 2021
THE NEWSLETTER OF THE ANGLOPHONE SECTION AT CSI LYON
CLUBS & ACTIVITIES
Green & Humanitarian Club
Mr MCKAIN & Ms WHITTOCK-JUDGE
The club's usual fund-raising and awareness-raising activities have been impacted by the sanitary restrictions at the school this year. Nonetheless, they've still been able to push on with various projects including the collection of paper and stationery materials for recycling and to raise funds for environmental and social charities. This is an important mission for the students, described here in their own words:
These actions are extremely important to us and our planet. The Green Club is ready to face the recycling needs of the CSI of next year and will not stop throughout a well-deserved summer break, to recycle, reuse, and encourage reducing our massive consumption, as the Earth is in danger and you have the power to save it!
Some of the students have written an end-of-year report so read on to find out more.
Collège Drama Club
The junior drama group this year has been exceptionally flexible and good-humoured, shouldering the challenges of this year with great maturity and grace. Despite the difficulties of organising regular rehearsals, the six enthusiastic members of junior drama have managed to write, rehearse and (almost) perform an original piece based on the popular computer game Among Us. Although they have been unable to perform to a live audience, they have managed to film their piece and hope to show it to the rest of 6eme before the end of the year. It is a funny, creative and dynamic piece of work and they should be very proud of it.
Lycée MUN Debating Club
Mr RATTOS & Mr MILLER
Led by an incredibly motivated leadership team, Lycee MUN has eloquently explored several thought-provoking and poignant topics this year. Over the last twelve months, our members have strengthened important academic, social and language skills. The club has also had the opportunity to connect with schools in Kahkakstan and the USA. Our students should be incredibly proud of their commitment and resilience in maintaining Lycee MUN's riveting debates and unique international connections. Bravo!
Articles from ILYMUN 2021 The Cyber World: Are truth, justice and peace in balance?
Despite the cancellation of the the ILYMUN 2021 conference due to the sanitary restrictions, the club has maintained their commitment to exploring the issues raised by the chosen theme: The Cyber World: Are truth, justice and peace in balance? Using medium.com as their platform, members of the team have written a series of articles to explore different aspects of the topic including the following:
The unexpected footprints of the cyberworld on the environment by Daphnée Lagier