Category Archives: English

Duality of human nature

It’s funny and interesting at the same time, thinking that we only have five senses. Why can humans only have five? Why can’t we develop more senses? Probably with a sixth sense the time notion would disappear. Or space notion, or even the one of

Meet America’s first computer programmers!

DEDICATED TO WOMANITY. Back in 1942… Most people never heard of them, and that is due to their gender. Betty Jean Bartik, Kathleen McNulty Antonelli, Ruth Lichterman Teitelbaum, Frances Bilas Spence, Marlyn Wescoff Meltzer, and Betty Snyder Holberton. I introduce you the first America’s programmers!

Canva and Wattpad, two greatest websites ever created

We all have hobbies, some like playing football, others enjoy listening to music and some may like shopping etc. but these two websites I am going to tell you about are the best ones for people who like reading, writing, editing pictures and are into

How to help a friend that suffers from anxiety?

Anxiety disorders are quite more common among us than we realize. And it might happen for us to be close to someone who’s suffering from an anxiety disorder. How can we help them? Both your friend and I would like you to know these things

“Harry T. Fultz” Campus: The Library

From your first day in the Institute you are presented with the curriculum, the many cabinets and even to the Institute’s rules. But what is less known by these “newcomers” is one of the Institute’s most important premises, the Library. It does not only serve

Olympic day & Theater

In this retrospective corner we want to call up two great events that took place in Fultz last year, showing you the amazing front-stage-and-back-stage-work that was done to bring these events to life. Olympic Day Olympic Day!… It is worldwide known as a day to

Harry Fultz’s Presidential Elections

This beginning of the new school year, followed the tradition of selecting the school’s president early to mid – October. However, the school’s presidential elections kicked off with many changes regarding the regulation that admitted students as candidates. The regulation imposed new criteria and documentation

Our Gonxhe, world’s Teresa

Mother Teresa (St. Teresa today) is one of the most well-known Albanians throughout the world for her charitable deeds. She was born in Skopje (Republic of Macedonia today), which back then was part of the Kosovo Vilayet of the Ottoman Empire. Having lived in Macedonia

Interview with Jacqueline Vanacek

About nine months ago, I was among the lucky few chosen to attend and compete at the “Geek Business Camp” in Osijek Croatia, which was being held in parallel with the Ron Brown Forum. It was an amazing and very insightful experience. This very well-organized