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Jumanji: Welcome back to the theaters

Jumanji: Welcome back to the theaters

Grace Yang | January 31, 2018

Stepping away from Chris Van Allsburg’s children’s book Jumanji, Jake Kasdan instead reimagines the magic board realm into a videogame. “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” has already topped 500...

How to fix the world in five minutes

How to fix the world in five minutes

Grace Yang | December 7, 2017

Put aside all those problems of poverty, governmental transparency, and increasing population for a while. Climate change is one global problem that, perhaps, may be mentioned everyday by some news outlet....

How to fix the world in five minutes

How to fix the world in five minutes

Grace Yang | November 22, 2017

Often we are too blinded by faraway news from countries halfway across ours. As national television channels and advertisements on Facebook initiate series of conversations on international issues, people...

How to fix the world in five minutes

How to fix the world in five minutes

Grace Yang | November 6, 2017

The world paints the same picture every day. The school bell at three o’clock marks busy footsteps rushing to English hagwons, lines of cars honking for their children, bags of books jolting in sweat....

How to fix the world in five minutes

How to fix the world in five minutes

Grace Yang | October 18, 2017

How often have cases with children and teenager taken place? Countless, probably. Now how often have those cases been publically called out for proper reprimand? Only a few. The intended purpose of setting...

How to fix the world in five minutes

How to fix the world in five minutes

Grace Yang | September 14, 2017

George Orwell, from the book 1984, once noted, “lies pass into history and become truth.” The depiction of his dystopia as a treacherous society run under the tyranny of a deceptive government is,...

“Get Out” Movie Review

“Get Out” Movie Review

Grace Yang | May 27, 2017

As the year is gradually seeping into the shills of summer, it appears that the traditional hit movies are coming back in sequels including the Spider-Man, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Planet of the Apes....

HSSC executive candidates prepare for another run

HSSC executive candidates prepare for another run

Grace Yang | May 9, 2017

It is that time of the year. While the majority of the students are busy preparing for upcoming tests and project presentations, another small portion of the students seems to be “busy” in another...

Korean basketball season hoops in again

Korean basketball season hoops in again

Grace Yang | May 9, 2017

From beginning of this year, the Korean Basketball League (KBL) had finally opened its annual season. Ten teams are participating in total: Anyang KGC, Ulsan Phoebus, Dongbu Promy, Seoul Samsung Thunders,...

South Korea’s race to a new vision

South Korea’s race to a new vision

Grace Yang | April 9, 2017

Thousands of people showed up in Gwanghwamun Square on March 11 to celebrate the impeachment of President Park Geun-hae. Although the order from the constitutional court of South Korea ended the scandal-filled...

Racism continues to tackle US sports players

Racism continues to tackle US sports players

Grace Yang | April 9, 2017

The wave of racism in America seems to have resurged back on surface—only, this time in sports. Although the intense heat of racist remarks and physical punches between different races has ameliorated...

Pokémon Go strikes Korea

Pokémon Go strikes Korea

Grace Yang | March 4, 2017

Just when the craze over catching pokémons in America finally died down, it appears that people will be busy throwing pokémon balls again on the other side of the globe. On Jan. 24, Korea released the...