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TIGER TIMES ONLINE

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A blind prayer: Que sera, sera

A blind prayer: Que sera, sera

Jordan Kim and Woojune Kim , Co-Editors-in-Chiefs | September 21, 2022

Que sera, sera: What will be, will be. The song lyric by Doris Day and Frank De Vol is now a whimsical cliche. That doesn’t mean the iconic line from the 1950s is not truthful. There are instances where...

Editorial: Being a creative: our duty to beauty

Editorial: Being a creative: our duty to beauty

Sarah Ju, Editor-in-Chief | March 22, 2022

Why is it that only tragedy is recognized as true art in writing? As a writer, I have found myself grappling frequently with this question. American author Ursula K. Le Guin points out in her narrative...

Editorial: Love letter to the HSSC

Editorial: Love letter to the HSSC

Sarah Ju, Editor-in-Chief | February 18, 2022

Dear HSSC,   I love you. I really do. In fact, I often call myself your no. 1 fan, what with me reposting all of your social media posts and passionately promoting school-wide events to my peers...

Editorial: Chronic complainers are entertainers

Editorial: Chronic complainers are entertainers

Sarah Ju, Editor-in-Chief | September 30, 2021

While roaming the halls of Seoul International School, a wandering passerby would probably hear the whines and groans of a  passing SIS-ian, venting about the curve on their latest test or the most recent...

Editorial: Future Tenses in 5 Senses

Editorial: Future Tenses in 5 Senses

Sarah Ju, Editor-in-Chief | June 1, 2021

The eventful school year has come to an end, and having bid farewell to the seniors, I am now left with the amazing task of serving as the Editor in Chief of Tiger Times Online for the 2021-22 school year....

Editorial: Stop, drop, and read

Editorial: Stop, drop, and read

Editors in Chief | April 12, 2021

Books shoved away in the dusty corners of school lockers and the high school library almost deserted during activity period— a familiar sight, if not protocol. Swamped in piles of Google Classroom assignments...

Editorial: Getting off on the wrong foot, landing on the right one

Editorial: Getting off on the wrong foot, landing on the right one

Editors in Chief | February 14, 2021

Instead of a day of celebration and a fresh start to mediating partisan differences, Joe Biden’s inauguration came amidst a shocking insurgency. Donald Trump supporters, or “loyalists”, were seen...

Editorial: Lessons from quarantine

Editorial: Lessons from quarantine

Editors in Chief | December 14, 2020

Despite months of temperature checks, hybrid scheduling, and facemasks, the coronavirus has made its way to SIS. Closing down the campus for a week and sending nasal swabs up the nostrils of over 60...

Editorial: Mental health is your priority

Editorial: Mental health is your priority

Editors in Chief | November 18, 2020

With students buried in mountains of college applications and summatives, emails from counselors remain neglected in mailboxes. At SIS, students strive for ultimate academic excellence— sometimes at...

Editorial: What happened to #BLM?

Editorial: What happened to #BLM?

Editors in Chief | November 7, 2020

With college applications, a hybrid learning schedule, and what seems like an onslaught of summatives every few days, the past few months have been a hectic time for high school students at SIS. COVID-19...

Editorial: Stop Politicizing the Virus

Editorial: Stop Politicizing the Virus

Editors in Chief | September 22, 2020

Stop politicizing the virus. COVID-19 is no longer just a health pandemic, but a haphazard mess of dirty politics. In times of vulnerability, our lives are at stake, and so is the very basis of democracies....

Editorial: In Retrospect

Editorial: In Retrospect

Eju Ro | May 10, 2020

With only very little time remaining before the school year ends, we seniors are tasked with bidding farewell to SIS virtually and impersonally. In spite of this anticlimactic culmination to our four years...