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Why clubs need a follow-through system

Erin Choi, Copy Editor | November 8, 2021

At SIS, club executive positions are a way for students to garner leadership skills. However, many executives face difficulties performing the delegated duties to the best of their abilities. This stems...

Photo courtesy of Jinwook Shin (11)

Zombie apocalypse takes over AP classrooms

Jack Lee, Reporter | November 2, 2021

On Oct. 29, AP Seminar and AP US History students dressed up as historical figures of their choice in celebration of Halloween. James Kowalski, the teacher of both courses, awarded a summative extra credit...

SIS students celebrate the Day of the Dead

SIS students celebrate the Day of the Dead

Daniel Shin, Reporter | November 2, 2021

On Oct 31, students’ altars and posters went on display in the high school atrium ahead of the annual celebration of Día de los Muertos, a Latin holiday dedicated to honoring and remembering ancestors...

Elementary students celebrate Halloween

Elementary students celebrate Halloween

Joseph Chun and Daniel Shin | October 29, 2021

On Oct. 29, elementary students dressed up for Halloween. Though the ES parade was cancelled due to COVID safety reasons, teachers plan to carry out entertaining activities such as decorating pumpkin...

Students express opinions on upcoming vaccinations

Students express opinions on upcoming vaccinations

Joseph Chun, Reporter | October 29, 2021

South Korea originally prioritized the COVID-19 vaccination of the elderly, but the government now allows teenagers of ages 15-16 to make vaccine reservations from Oct. 5 to Oct. 29. Younger teenagers...

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Taping Troubles: The Trials and Tribulations

Cherlin Kim, Reporter | October 25, 2021

  On Sept. 16, the stripes of non adhesive red-white tape with “social distancing” yellow circles taped on top made their first flashy appearance on the couches around campus. SIS implemented...

SIS forms Robotics team ahead of future competitions

SIS forms Robotics team ahead of future competitions

Isabelle Lee, Reporter | October 24, 2021

On Oct. 6, SIS formed its long awaited KAIAC VEX Robotics team. David Bonar, AP Physics 1 and 2 teacher, coached the first practice, preparing students for KAIAC competitions. Practices were held in the...

AP Environmental Science students enjoy a mini field trip

AP Environmental Science students enjoy a mini field trip

Erin Choi, Copy Editor | October 24, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has deprived students of school trips of any sort for the past two years. However, AP Environmental Science students became the first group of students to attend a short school trip...

RCAS hosts first annual Rubiks Cube competition

RCAS hosts first annual Rubik’s Cube competition

Sarah Ju, Editor-in-Chief | October 19, 2021

  On the morning of Oct. 15, students gathered in the atrium to watch and participate in SIS’s first ever 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube competition. Organized by John Kim (12), who planned and hosted...

Photo courtesy of Katie Lee (12)

Squid Game Dalgona Sales

Sarah Ju, Editor-in-Chief | October 15, 2021

On Oct. 14, the National Art Honors Society (NAHS) hosted the “Squid Game Dalgona Sales” during office hours in front of the library. The sensational Netflix show Squid Game has driven the rising...

SIS offers after-school NHD training sessions

SIS offers after-school NHD training sessions

Daniel Shin, Reporter | October 13, 2021

On Oct. 30, the first after-school National History Day (NHD) training session took place, inviting all SIS high school students to attend. This happened just weeks after SIS became the official host for...

HSSC launches Secret Pen Pals event

HSSC launches Secret Pen Pals event

Joseph Chun, Reporter | October 13, 2021

On Oct. 5, the High School Student Council (HSSC) launched the Secret Pen Pals event, in which randomly paired up student participants anonymously exchange letters. Participants turned in their letters...