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Journalism: why do we do it?

Journalism: why do we do it?

Andrew Ham | June 6, 2017

Journalism is a profession under siege. It has been labeled as one of the least attractive careers for the third year in a row. In the United States, many who seek the truth are being accused of perpetuating...

Behind the fence, a new world lives

Behind the fence, a new world lives

Andrew Ham | February 6, 2017

Beneath this maeul at the end of Seongnam-daero, the ground is frozen. Flowers were supposed to sprout with the spring here in this village; Now, however, its inhabitants work cleaning jobs in the city...

#thisis2016

#thisis2016

Andrew Ham | November 18, 2016

#thisis2016. Picture California; no, better, picture New York. A man catches his subway ride, a woman strolls down Park Avenue, a child picks at his food in a bustling restaurant. It’s a normal, an...

What the presidential and vice presidential debates have taught us

What the presidential and vice presidential debates have taught us

Andrew Ham | November 9, 2016

The results of the second presidential debate of the 2016 election were something we all should have seen coming. Donald Trump attempted to impose his masculinity on his opponent, Hillary Clinton, much...

A defense of journalism, maybe

A defense of journalism, maybe

Andrew Ham | October 21, 2016

Frankly, I am tired of typing the number 2016 in my articles. I imagine this is how writers felt last year, the year before, a century ago; there always seems to be a need to qualify a statement with the...

The More You Know What elite athletes have in common: their brains Athletes aren’t just faster, stronger, and better—they’re also smarter

The More You Know What elite athletes have in common: their brains Athletes aren’t just faster, stronger, and better—they’re also smarter

Andrew Ham | September 30, 2016

Intelligence dominates athleticism on the fields, the courts, and the pools. Take pistol shooting, for example. It seems simple enough; doesn’t Virginia Thrasher, Olympic gold medalist in the 10m air...

Blood, Sweat, and Tears: Old Efforts and New Developments for Forensics Team

Andrew Ham | April 29, 2016

You are the driver of a trolley hurtling down a train track, with brakes hanging off the edges. Helpless, you see five men apparently unaware of the incoming trolley at the end of the track, and you will...

Race to 2016: Bernie Sanders

Race to 2016: Bernie Sanders

Andrew Ham | September 7, 2015

“Excuse me, do you know who Bernie Sanders is?” “Who?” “He’s a presidential candidate for 2016, who works for the common good of society rather than catering to the individualistic needs...

‘Is tennis worth it?’ And other life-altering, philosophical reflections from an embattled star

‘Is tennis worth it?’ And other life-altering, philosophical reflections from an embattled star

Andrew Ham | September 7, 2015

New students file in 24 hours before the official first day of school. Nervous and confused, many clutch their parents discreetly while simultaneously pushing them away; others nervously tap the auditorium...

Musicians of SIS: Angela Jang

Andrew Ham | January 1, 2015

[intense_content_box title="Angela Jang: violinist with passion and fire" boxed="0" shadow="5" icon="volume-up"] 3:00. Angela Jang (12) walks down the stairs, carefully balancing her violin on one shoulder...