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High school student council introduces new Cartnivore snacks

High school student council introduces new Cartnivore snacks

Jack Lee, Reporter | February 25, 2022

On Feb. 15, the high school student council (HSSC) introduced new snacks to the cartnivore, such as cup ramen and Dippin Dots ice cream. Provided with a larger variety of snacks, more students have started...

DMZ Eco Youth club members dive into nature

DMZ Eco Youth club members dive into nature

Cherlin Kim, Copy Editor | February 24, 2022

On Feb. 19, DMZ Eco Youth club members Tobias Choy (10), Joshua Hwang (10), and Yoonseo Kang (10) headed to Cheorwon County, Gangwon-do to observe crane species in the area.  After studying them...

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Fact-checking the AP course system at SIS

Erin Choi, Reporter | February 15, 2022

A number of SIS students remain unsure about the AP course system: in particular, how the testing regulations outside of school work.  The number of AP courses students are permitted to take differ...

Amelia Chung (11) holds up the rose she received.

Clubs promote Valentine’s Day events

Minjae Chun, Design & Production Editor | February 14, 2022

Valentine’s Day has arrived, and the United Youth Service Club (UYSC) and the Music Production Club (MP3) arranged festive activities for the student body to enjoy. In celebration of Valentine’s...

Teachers encounter difficulties returning to campus amid rising Omicron cases

Teachers encounter difficulties returning to campus amid rising Omicron cases

Daniel Shin, Managing Editor | January 27, 2022

As SIS welcomed its students and staff back to campus on Jan. 20, teachers who remained in quarantine or abroad were unable to return to school for in-person classes.  Classes were virtual for the...

Middle school kicks off second semester with new after school programs

Middle school kicks off second semester with new after school programs

Jack Lee, Reporter | January 27, 2022

For the first eight weeks of the second semester, the middle school is offering various after-school programs for any interested student. These programs started on Jan. 12 and took place online for two...

SIS competes in virtual forensics tournament

SIS competes in virtual forensics tournament

Erin Choi, Reporter | January 22, 2022

On Jan. 15-16, the SIS Forensics team participated in the January KAIAC Speech and Debate tournament. A total of 10 international schools competed, and SIS finished second overall in the tournament and...

Students and faculty at SIS plan for winter break

Students and faculty at SIS plan for winter break

Jack Lee, Reporter | December 14, 2021

Students and faculty at SIS are preparing for the upcoming winter break which will last from Dec 17th, to Jan 10th. With the break around the corner, students are busy building plans and goals to achieve...

NHS brings $how Me the Money to SIS

NHS brings $how Me the Money to SIS

Jennifer Kwon, Copy Editor | December 14, 2021

Last month, the National Honor Society (NHS) members found ways to fundraise money for the Chungwon Orphanage. While most groups raised money through market sales, Skylar Peck (11) and Alice Lee (11) decided...

Winter concerts expected to commence after delays

Winter concerts expected to commence after delays

Daniel Shin, Managing Editor | December 14, 2021

For weeks, the high school orchestra has been perfecting its performance and thoroughly rehearsing ahead of its big show in the auditorium scheduled to take place on Dec. 15, days before the start of winter...

Skills-based exams loom over SIS

Skills-based exams loom over SIS

Paul Moon, Copy Editor | December 13, 2021

As the first semester comes to a close, classrooms across the school discuss the instructions, expectations, and grading of one particular summative: skills-based exams (SBEs). These tests constitute exactly...

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SIS student Teresa Hyoju Chang wins Korea-Israel logo contest

Cherlin Kim, Copy Editor | December 10, 2021

From June 17 to Aug. 13, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea and Embassy of Israel hosted a logo contest to celebrate the 60th year anniversary of Israel and Korea’s diplomatic relations for the upcoming...