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How are other Int'l schools doing?

How are other Int’l schools doing?

Emily Oh April 20, 2020

Amidst a cascade of mandatory school closures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of schools worldwide are transitioning to virtual learning programs. Working to limit the disruption of education,...

Implementation of virtual learning at SIS

Implementation of virtual learning at SIS

Jiwon Lee March 18, 2020

On Feb. 25, SIS began its first day of virtual school learning, a product of the rapid spread of the coronavirus across the nation and rising concerns about its potential harmful effects on student and...

Novel coronavirus spreads rapidly, raises concerns

Novel coronavirus spreads rapidly, raises concerns

Alice Jimin Lee February 25, 2020

On Jan. 31, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was labeled a global emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO). The virus, which originated in Wuhan, China, has been spreading rapidly to other regions...

Hong Kong Protests Feature: Life as an international student amid escalating violence

Hong Kong Protests Feature: Life as an international student amid escalating violence

Emily Oh December 6, 2019

Molotov cocktails. Tear gas. Graffiti. The great turmoil and violence Hong Kong has been engulfed in for the past eight months only continues to escalate. An SIS graduate in her sophomore year at...

Voiceless Victims of Korea’s Refugee Policy: The Lulendo Family

Voiceless Victims of Korea’s Refugee Policy: The Lulendo Family

Emily Oh October 29, 2019

Four trembling children are sprawled across a makeshift bed consisting of lightweight jackets and quilts. Their parents reach for a stack of suitcases and luggage trolley carts lying by a glass pane.  After...

Korea demands prosecution reform

Sarah Baek October 11, 2019

With the peaceful candlelight protests in 2016, South Korea seemed to have achieved the peak of its democratic form of government after the impeachment of Park Geun-hye. However, many allegations against...

SIS students react to rising tensions between Japan, Korea

SIS students react to rising tensions between Japan, Korea

Jenny Seo September 5, 2019

Over the past year, the Japanese and South Korean trade feud has escalated and both countries have been faced with severe consequences. In late 2018, South Korea’s Supreme Court ruled that victims of...

Evaluating food sales at school

Evaluating food sales at school

Brian Ham June 2, 2019

In the busy schedules of SIS students jam-packed with academics, volunteer work, and athletics, students are constantly on the move and rarely have time for a proper sit-down breakfast. They tend to wake...

APs as a Currency: Useful or Illusory?

APs as a Currency: Useful or Illusory?

TTAdmin April 22, 2019

By ANDY YOON, SIA CHO Foreword Entering high school is an arduous transition, indeed. Not only does one’s GPA carry more weight, but the average student also gains more independence, which can...

Schools integrate wellness education into curricula

Schools integrate wellness education into curricula

Jenny Seo April 22, 2019

Once considered the universal emblems of school, textbooks and assessments now constitute only a portion of what is perceived as education. If school was once aimed to achieve the sole parochial goal of...

2018 NHS Toy Drive Gallery

2018 NHS Toy Drive Gallery

Emily Oh February 13, 2019

Photos by Emily Oh (10) and Brian Ham (10).