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SY 14-15


Mayweather beats Pacquiao in action-deprived bout

With half a billion dollars and their reputations on the line, welterweight world champions Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. faced off in what was billed as “The Fight of the Century.” The event was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas,… Keep Reading


Exit strategy for school-based technology needed

When the school year comes to close with a graduation ceremony on May 22, all of the current seniors’ and several of the teachers’ careers at SIS will come to an end. Seniors will move on to college and teachers will seek new opportunities elsewhere,… Keep Reading


Korea becomes key to Chanel’s success

On the evening of May 4, Chanel showcased around 95 distinct looks in the “Culture Chanel” exhibition held in Dongdaemun Design Plaza. The show invited more than a thousand guests, including familiar faces such as actors Kirsten Stewart, Tilda Swinton and Ah-Sung Ko. The show… Keep Reading

Global News

College student illegally enters North Korea

In an attempt to bridge the relations between the two Koreas, New York University student Won-moon Joo made the decision to breach national law and cross the North Korean border on April 22. According to the New York Times, Joo crossed the Yalu River from… Keep Reading


A Final Farewell

It’s finally here: the final issue of Tiger Times. Keeping in tune with that tone of finality, it is with a heavy heart that I announce that this will also be the ultimate installment of my book review column. I have been writing this column… Keep Reading

Stuff HSSC says

Candidate: We need change! SIS needs change! And we need it as soon as possible! Vote for me as your class president! Here we go again. A speech about change, action, etc. We’ve spent eight years watching President Obama struggle to live up to his… Keep Reading

News/School News

GIN recycling campaign faces complications

In an attempt to make an impact on the environment, Global Issues Network (GIN) installed new recycling trash bins throughout the school last month. However, these extensive measures taken by GIN have yet to yield positive results, creating more confusion and workload for custodians instead.… Keep Reading

Global News/News

Korean Prime Minister resigns after corruption scandal

Before committing suicide on April 9, Wan Jong Sung, former chairman of now-bankrupt construction company Keangnam Enterprises, revealed in a telephone interview with the Kyunghyang Shimun, a Korean newspaper that he had bribed politicians and senior officials, including Prime Minister Wan Koo Lee. Though Prime… Keep Reading

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