Paul Siebert

Paul Siebert, Staff Contributor

Paul Siebert is a Junior at Centreville High and a first year Journalism student. He loves writing and has been thinking about becoming a journalist for some time. While living in Germany, he played field hockey and developed a passion for reading; a recent read of his was a German book series Erebos. Paul is trilingual and can speak English, German and French. He hopes to return to Europe in the future and study at Konstanz University in Germany or Oxford in England.

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GRODNO REGION, BELARUS - NOVEMBER 15, 2021 (Photo by Oksana Manchuk via Getty Images)

Poland’s Border Crisis

December 6, 2021

Introduction Since August 2021, thousands of immigrants have been camping on the Polish-Belarussian border. They have been trying to enter Poland and by doing so, also the European Union (EU). Belarus...

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United Nations Climate Change Conference

November 19, 2021

Introduction From 31 October until 12 November 2021, representatives of some 200 countries have discussed future measures in the fight against climate change. The Glasgow climate change conference was...

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North Korea’s Nuclear Activities

October 22, 2021

Introduction North Korea is operating its 5-megawatt nuclear reactor again, and by doing that, they are completely ignoring the resolutions it has signed with the United Nations (UN). The UN has been...

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The Results of The German Election

October 5, 2021

Introduction On the 26th of September, the German people were called to elect a new federal government and a successor to Chancellor Angela Merkel. This election marked a huge turning point in German...

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Has China Banned Gaming?

September 17, 2021

Is Gaming Forbidden In China? China’s government passed a law regarding the use of video games by minors in China. They are not allowed to play video games for more than three hours a week anymore....

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