Un article de Mariam Ben Slama pour le Sundial Press Equations, derivatives and vectors are things most students thought they left behind after finishing high school, and who can blame them? After all, aren’t we in a Social Sciences university ? Yet students are still required to take a Math class that is worth 3 … Lire la suiteMath in Sciences Po : more problems than solutions ?
Un article de Diana Glebova pour le Sundial Press Once again, the Euram and Euraf teams proved to be strong competitors in the various basketball and volleyball matches against Sciences Po’s Nancy, Le Havre, and Poitiers campuses. Today’s matches were held inside a sports complex, providing warmth and an even more concentrated team spirit. The … Lire la suiteWEIC, Day Two : the tale continues
Un article de Diana Glebova pour le Sundial Press The first day of Sciences Po’s Weekend Intercampus (WEIC) 2017 tournament would prove to be memorable, despite the frigid temperatures in Poitiers. With teams representing Euram, Euraf, Nancy, Le Havre, and Poitiers, the competition was tough. But nonetheless, the male and female Euram and Euraf rugby … Lire la suiteWEIC : highlights of a festive first day
Un article de Aristotle Vossos pour le Sundial Press How many times have you found yourself planning out your absences, afraid to skip a class too early in the semester lest you need to « use an absence » later on? How many times have you shown up to class tired, on the verge of a breakdown, … Lire la suiteWhy the absence policy should be reformed
Un article d’Alice Bello pour le Sundial Press This year, 32 students in the Europe-African program were admitted through the national procedure, a grueling admissions process. For the more stressed and masochistic – myself included – they started preparing for Sciences Po the previous summer, sacrificing ten glorious days of vacation to be locked in … Lire la suiteThe application process : an untrustworthy contract