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SIS students participate in THIMUN

The SIS Model United Nations (MUN) club started off the second semester with an international trip to The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN) conference from Jan. 28 to Feb. 4. Students from SIS attended the event either as delegates or appointed chairs in their… Keep Reading

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Keeping consistency at KAIAC forensics

On Jan. 13-14, the third KAIAC forensics tournament of the year took place at Korea International School (KIS). Like the previous tournament, more than half of the speech and debate students from SIS placed amongst the top three of each category. “We had nine teams… Keep Reading


The recent trend of Escape Rooms

From sheep cafes to hanbok cafes, Korea has it all in terms of themed cafes. However, among them all, room escape cafes have recently caused a stir among the Korean public and has been heralded as the new “hot attraction” according to Korea Times. It… Keep Reading


Samsung invests in auto-technology

It appears like smartphones and televisions will not be the only gadgets with Samsung logos plastered on them. On Nov. 14, 2016, Samsung Electronics announced that it would be buying the Harman International Industries, an American automotive technology company, in an eight billion dollar deal… Keep Reading


Jackie Chan finally wins an Oscar

After starring in 200 movies and fracturing countless bones, Jackie Chan finally won an Honorary Oscar on Nov. 12 with Anne V. Coates, Frederick Wiseman, and Lynn Stalmaster. Starting at the age of 8 with “Big and Little Wong Tin Bear,” Chan has worked in… Keep Reading

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The Rise of the Right: Europe Edition

Far-right wing parties have occupied European countries for quite some time, but only recently have they seen an upsurge of political support encouraged by dissatisfaction with status quo government. Though European countries, especially countries in the EU, have generally been considered liberal, this spike of… Keep Reading

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