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News Briefs: US Election

Clinton takes off three days to recover from pneumonia Hilary Clinton abruptly fell ill while attending the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in New York City. Clinton’s doctors diagnosed her with pneumonia and she subsequently took three days off of from campaigning, and cancelled… Keep Reading

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August/September: News Briefs

Science labs renovated over summer break One of the most significant renovations made for teachers and students over summer break was the revamping of science classrooms. “I get to teach in a larger room, with more accessible labs,” said Brian Mellon, science teacher. “The labs… Keep Reading

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February: News Briefs

NKHR Speech Contest Members of the North Korea Human Rights (NKHR) attended a speech contest organized by the company Freedom Factory, where 10 North Korean refugees gave speeches concerning human rights conditions in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The winners of the contest were… Keep Reading

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January: News Briefs

Ladies Choir learns music theory through new project To better understand music theory, Ladies Choir started a group project that incorporates what students have learned about music theory in their Monday after school lessons. The group performance will take place during the class before spring… Keep Reading

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January: News Briefs

China Care sends letters to orphans On Jan. 15, members of the China Care Club (CCC) wrote letters directed to the orphans of the China Care Home in Beijing. The executive members of CCC decided to reinitiate dialogue between the orphans and students after a… Keep Reading

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November: News Briefs

High school students teach middle school students science To assist teachers who tutor middle school students, Science Club initiated the ‘Ketchup’ program on Oct. 22 to assist students with science-related assignments every Wednesday after school. “I was glad to help young students with materials I… Keep Reading

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September: News Briefs

Junior represents Korea at debate tournament As a member of Korea’s national debate team, Lauren Ahn (11) participated in the USA World Schools Debate Invitational (USAWSI), which took place in Overland Park, Kansas, from June 17-19. Team Korea placed first and Lauren was named the… Keep Reading

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September: News Briefs

ICC promotes peace and diversity International Culture Club (ICC) promoted the UN International Peace Day on Sept. 19. The purpose of this day was to spread the idea of peace by celebrating world peace and diversity. Students and staff members were dressed in blue and… Keep Reading

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