Two weeks ago a superstorm hit the East coast of the United States and devastated some areas of New York City and Staten Island. As you know, one of our language assistants, Michael Young, is from Staten Island and feels personally affected by this dramatic event. 42 lives were lost in New York city, almost half of whom came from Staten Island. Thousands of people are still without homes and are living in temporary housing.
This can make us reflect on the terrifying powers of Nature and how natural disasters can damage our modern society more than we like to think. During this week some of the groups will find out more on how hurricanes are formed and act and we will invite some of our students to write support notes to other students at schools on Staten Island.
As a a starter, please feel to watch this video made by David Dilillo, one of Michael’s friends and also of our school (he visited us last year and gave an interesting talk on Geometry in Photography).