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Hannah Kim | April 24, 2019

Spring in Korea is a time marked by the steady blooming of cherry blossoms: signaling both the end of winter blues and the beginning of a new chapter of life. Endowed with a sense of renewal and commencement,...

Editorial: Caught between success and enjoyment

Editorial: Caught between success and enjoyment

Hannah Kim | February 15, 2019

It is often assumed among the students of SIS that high school is a time to compromise enjoyment and personal preference for academic success and building accomplishments. Any action that goes against...

Editorial: What it means to be in high school

Editorial: What it means to be in high school

Hannah Kim | September 14, 2018

By Hannah Kim and Junie Kah Time is a valuable resource. This notion is the cornerstone of the thought process of most students, SIS and elsewhere. While at many times it is important to ensure that...

Web Editorial: What went right, not wrong

Web Editorial: What went right, not wrong

Hannah Kim | June 6, 2018

By Hannah Kim and Junie Kah Communities and societies are naturally inclined to criticize and search for the shortcomings of any human effort. While this attitude of wanting improvement has been the...

North Korean cheerleaders gather attention

Hannah Kim | May 18, 2018

At the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, those who arguably garnered the most attention at the various events they attended were the North Korean cheerleaders. On Feb. 7, North Korea sent 229 cheerleaders...

AP Computer Science Principles expands computer science curriculum

AP Computer Science Principles expands computer science curriculum

Hannah Kim | May 3, 2018

AP Computer Science Principles is a new course that was added to the 2018-’19 school year course guide. As this course is only offered to rising juniors, it is intended to smooth students’ transition...

Edward in PyeongChang: Working behind the scenes

Edward in PyeongChang: Working behind the scenes

Hannah Kim | April 10, 2018

Although the Olympics was hosted in Korea, many SIS students were unable to attend events due to their busy schedules and continued school. However, Edward Ahnshin (9), worked at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter...

North Korea brings cheerleading team

North Korea brings cheerleading team

Hannah Kim | April 10, 2018

At the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, those who arguably garnered the most attention at the various events they attended were the North Korean cheerleaders. On Feb. 7, North Korea sent 229 cheerleaders...

Counselor Corner: How to Study Efficiently

Counselor Corner: How to Study Efficiently

Hannah Kim | December 7, 2017

A common phenomenon among SIS students is to study until dawn for a test without seeing significant success in their performance. While students often complain of sleep deprivation, less time is given...

Counselor Corner: How To Spend a Meaningful Winter Break

Counselor Corner: How To Spend a Meaningful Winter Break

Hannah Kim | November 22, 2017

As the holidays approach, students are beginning to think about how they plan on spending their winter vacations. In past years, while some students went on trips abroad for purposes such as touring or...

Counselor Corner: Approaching Teachers

Counselor Corner: Approaching Teachers

Hannah Kim | November 6, 2017

Talking to teachers is something that students often dread for many different reasons: the awkwardness of the situation, the need to be cautious in what to say, and perhaps even the fear of being viewed...

Counselor Corner: College Visits

Counselor Corner: College Visits

Hannah Kim | October 18, 2017

Just as any other beginning of the school year, timelines of college visits are currently posted up all around the school campus. While all students are invited to such college visits, not many other than...