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Dangerous thinking from the White House

Dangerous thinking from the White House

Nicholas Kim | April 16, 2018

By Nicholas Kim & Soomin Chun For many of us millennials in Seoul who are only two generation removed from those who had experienced the horrors of the Korean War, the consequences of conflict are...

Breaking News Release: Quill and Scroll to host open forum on HSSC candidates

Breaking News Release: Quill and Scroll to host open forum on HSSC candidates

Nicholas Kim | April 10, 2018

Facing a dearth of competition for the upcoming HSSC elections, the Quill and Scroll Club will be hosting a mandatory open meeting in the auditorium for the high school class next Monday. Run by Quill...

Korean instruction necessary for global citizenry

Korean instruction necessary for global citizenry

Nicholas Kim | December 7, 2017

“Seoul International School develops inquisitive, independent thinkers and collaborative learners, who acquire the essential knowledge necessary to be caring and creative contributors to the world around...

Community service focus needed at home

Community service focus needed at home

Nicholas Kim | November 9, 2017

Clubs at SIS exist to provide extra opportunities for students to pursue their passions outside of the classroom. In particular, a bevy of “volunteer” clubs (Red Cross Youth, Habitat for Humanity,...

The Paper Tiger

The Paper Tiger

Nicholas Kim | April 9, 2017

North Korea is at it again. On Feb. 13, two women killed Kim Jong-nam, half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, at a Malaysian airport, by wiping the internationally-banned nerve agent VX on his...

From flowers and fire

From flowers and fire

Nicholas Kim | February 6, 2017

Given its name, one might expect the Hwa-hwe Maeul, known as “Flower Village” in Korean, to be a rich and fertile area, covered in blossoms. However, upon visiting the area, one sees that this is a...

The Nature of College Consulting in South Korea

The Nature of College Consulting in South Korea

Nicholas Kim | December 23, 2016

By NICHOLAS KIM & JEREMIAH NAM When walking through the streets of Apgujeong, visitors often note the proliferation of plastic surgery clinics and nightclubs that dot the landscape. Yet, hidden...

Race to 2016: How political advertisements change the game

Race to 2016: How political advertisements change the game

Nicholas Kim | November 5, 2016

Americans love advertisements. Whether it be the latest deodorant marketing ploy or an ad promoting a General Motors SUV, marketers will spend an estimated $189 billion on advertising this year in the...

Where it all went wrong

Nicholas Kim | June 7, 2016

It is actually going to happen. After months of fervent denial, Donald Trump is the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee for President. With a resounding victory in the state of Indiana, destroying...

New York Supreme Court upholds songwriter Kesha’s contract

Nicholas Kim | April 29, 2016

The New York Supreme Court ruled on Feb. 20 that songwriter and pop singer Kesha must remain in her contract with Sony Music. Ruling against claims that producer Lukasz Gottwald sexually assaulted her...

Race to 2016: Breaking down Trump’s mating call

Nicholas Kim | April 29, 2016

If you close your eyes and listen to a Donald Trump speech at a support rally, you could easily mistake it for a fourth grade classroom—and that is no accident. Back when Trump announced his candidacy...

Success of Wendelstein 7-X nuclear reactor sparks hopes for fusion technology

Nicholas Kim | March 25, 2016

After nine years of research and development, a team of international scientists in Greifswald, Germany has succeeded in producing hydrogen plasma, a feat researchers claim is the first step toward hydrogen...