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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...

Tiger Times Paper Edition Editorial

Tiger Times Paper Edition Editorial

Diana Na Kyoung Lee | June 6, 2017

Issued in 2016, the national anti-grafting law was intended to level the playing field in organizations such as schools, companies, and even the government by uprooting instances of bribery and corruption....

People who really should have run for HSSC

People who really should have run for HSSC

Joyce Lee | June 6, 2017

The HSSC executive council revealed class council candidates on June 1, preparing for the upcoming class council elections. While there were many respectable candidates, students expressed disappointment...

Lost in diversity: what we have forgotten

Lost in diversity: what we have forgotten

Andrea Jiwon Kwon | September 30, 2016

Globalization – humanity has obsessed over this idea of worldwide interaction involving the politics, economies, and cultures of different nations. Globalization has often been linked with westernization,...

The road(s) not taken

The road(s) not taken

Jaeha Kim | September 30, 2016

By Jaeha Kim and Ariel Lee “So wait, are you pre-med, engineering, business, law, or arts? You have to be one of those five, right?" With this question we know it has begun: yes, college apps are...

Athletes shine despite Olympic controversies

Athletes shine despite Olympic controversies

TTAdmin | September 30, 2016

Millions hovered in front of their TV, computer, and smartphone screens from Aug. 5-21, as they viewed athletes showcasing their hard work over the past four years. On the screens were 11,544 athletes...

Pokémon Go sparks interest and confusion in Korea

Pokémon Go sparks interest and confusion in Korea

Amy Jungmin Kim | September 30, 2016

Hopping onto the trend of virtual reality (VR) entertainment, software development company Niantic released its augmented reality (AR) game “Pokémon Go” in selected countries on July 6. A real world...

Idealog: Optimism

Idealog: Optimism

Diana Na Kyoung Lee | September 30, 2016

By Diana Nakyoung Lee The optimist. A person who calls the glass half-full. A happy-go-lucky, don’t-worry-be-happy kind of guy or girl. A mysterious—almost mystical—creature rarely found in SIS...

Action plans post-THAAD deployment

Action plans post-THAAD deployment

Michelle Cho | September 30, 2016

The South Korean government’s decision in early August to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) has aroused strong opposition for its disregard for citizens’ rights. North Korea is...

New coaches focus on team chemistry

New coaches focus on team chemistry

Yejune Park | September 30, 2016

By Yejune Park Filling in the spaces of the coaches who left the previous year, Morgan Miller, history teacher, joined the girls varsity volleyball team as its new coach. Tyler Miller and Jennifer Miller,...

In defense of stardom: tabloid blowup

In defense of stardom: tabloid blowup

Dawn Kim | September 30, 2016

A single mistake, especially what could have been a split-second lapse of judgement, should not result in a loss of friends. We are more compassionate than that. When we, normal people, make an insensitive...

Syncretism in law: the new controversy

Syncretism in law: the new controversy

Diana Na Kyoung Lee | September 30, 2016

On the path to globalization is a colorful and clamoring intersection. Everyday, people from hundreds of different countries reach this crossroad and meet a wave of ideas completely novel or foreign to...