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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...

Spotlight Commentary: K-pop

Spotlight Commentary: K-pop

Jenny Seo | October 27, 2020

With the rather abrupt rise in popularity of the South Korean boy band BTS, it is natural to wonder what exactly made them explode in Western pop culture. Maybe it was the colorful hair and clothes of...

Spotlight Commentary: TikTok

Spotlight Commentary: TikTok

Jenny Seo | September 25, 2020

Another day, another video. At least, that is the mindset millions of TikTok users have around the world, in order to receive attention or “clout” and hopefully become the next teenager to shoot to...

What comes first: safety, education, or both?

What comes first: safety, education, or both?

Katherine Suk, Copy Editor | September 25, 2020

Ever since the beginning of the new school year, there has been an ongoing debate among the students and the parents on whether the school should follow a completely digital curriculum or continue to...

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....

Voting-by-Mail saves the upcoming 2020 election from the coronavirus pandemic

Voting-by-Mail saves the upcoming 2020 election from the coronavirus pandemic

Jennifer You | June 1, 2020

The novel coronavirus has affected Americans not just on the surface, but on a deeper level. With the continuation of the 2020 state primary and caucus events, it became clearly apparent that public safety...

COVID-19 drives need for America’s universal health care

COVID-19 drives need for America’s universal health care

Sarah Baek | June 1, 2020

The US is the only one of 33 developed countries that do not have a system of universal health care. Unlike the UK, Canada, South Korea, and Singapore, where the government provides public health care...

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...

Korean government becomes an envy of the world during COVID-19 pandemic

Korean government becomes an envy of the world during COVID-19 pandemic

Sarah Baek | April 20, 2020

On Jan. 20, the first national case of the coronavirus was found in the US and South Korea. On Feb. 7, both the US and Korea began to develop a test kit to diagnose coronavirus cases. From that point on,...

Editorial: Diseases do not discriminate

Editorial: Diseases do not discriminate

Eju Ro | March 18, 2020

The Coronavirus, above all, is a scathing exposé. The xenophobia and misguided panic permeating many Western nations reveal the tendency of believing whatever is comfortable to believe....

The Electoral College: A Threat to Democracy

The Electoral College: A Threat to Democracy

Emily Oh | March 18, 2020

With the 2020 US presidential election coming up in a few months, voters may find it hard to find comfort in the oddness and unfairness of the Electoral College. Although countless bills have been proposed...