United Nations. Undergraduate. Impact. These three words summarize the Millennium Fellowship, a program established by the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) to supply undergraduate students with necessary tools to amplify civic engagement, volunteerism, and both local and international change. Students, when accepted to the millennium fellowship, develop and implement their own projects with a group of other millennium fellows in becoming part of the process of making the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a reality. Ex-Secretary-General of the UN Ban Ki-moon noted the critical importance of the millennium fellows and their responsibilities, “As Millennium Fellows, we need you to lead by example – with empathy, humility, and inclusion as guiding values.”Continue reading “The Millennium Fellowship in Spotlight”
Following violent physical attacks on a member of the student body of Sciences Po, an emergency General Assembly had been organized at the university’s Undergraduate College in Le Havre on 9 December 2021. In compliance with the freedom of press and a general consent from those in concern, Le Dragon Déchaîné has taken the liberty to publish a written version of the letter publicly addressed to students and the administration during the meeting. Any mention of the names of students have been censored due to privacy concerns. The Editorial Board of Le Dragon express their solidarity towards all victims of physical, emotional or psychological abuse, and support the cause of creating a safer space with effective recourse in emergency situations, as well as the nurturing of empathy within the whole of Sciences Po’s community.
Continue reading “Letter to the Administration”
First-year undergraduate Ruben Ramos portrays an account of his experiences as a participant of Sciences Po Model United Nations, 2021.
Continue reading “SPMUN : A weekend to delve into diplomacy”
by Lynette Teo & Sila Ceyhan
On 9 July 2021, Vincent Fertey, the former Campus Director of Sciences Po Le Havre wrote an email directed to the students that his professional journey as the Administrative Head had come to a closure as he went on to take a sabbatical leave. Exactly a month since then, on the 9 of July, the formal appointment of Catherine Droszewski as the interim Campus Director was announced to the student body in an email by him and the Dean of Sciences Po Undergraduate Colleges Stéphanie Balme, welcoming a new chapter of the administrative and social life of the campus.
The Editors of the English Print of Le Dragon Déchaîné invited Ms Droszewski, previously the Academic Program Manager, to share a few words with us about herself and the new position that she now occupies.Continue reading “Interview with Catherine Droszewski”
by Samaya Anjum
On the morning of the fifth day of the Integration Week, an unofficial information about the outbreak of a coronavirus case within the community of Sciences Po students in Le Havre incited feelings of alarm and anxiety.Continue reading “Medical Update: COVID-19 scare after student gathering on the week of Integration”