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Clubs begin despite many setbacks posed by online learning

Clubs begin despite many setbacks posed by online learning

Jennifer You | October 27, 2020

On Sep. 7, clubs officially began despite the modified school environment provided for all club members. SIS has effectively been implementing measures accounting for safety in the school environment...

Tryouts for extracurricular activities go online

Tryouts for extracurricular activities go online

Skylar Peck | September 19, 2020

On Aug. 25, the Ministry of Education ordered schools to close until Sept. 11. SIS announced shortly after that classes would engage in distance learning, replacing the system of the online-offline hybrid...

Renovations cause excitement in school

Renovations cause excitement in school

Minjae Chun, Design Editor | September 19, 2020

The beginning of August marked the end of the two-month-long summer break, and students and the school faculty avidly prepared for a new school year. Meanwhile, a few finishing touches on renovations...

School events get modified for the safety of students and faculty members

School events get modified for the safety of students and faculty members

Katherine Suk, Video Production Editor | June 2, 2020

The COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in many changes for the SIS community. Due to the government’s announcement to practice social distancing, classes have shifted online , and events like Snowball and...

News Briefs

News Briefs

Irene Kim | April 20, 2020

SIS officially announces to extend virtual learning until May  With the continued reported cases of the coronavirus in Korea, SIS officially announced that they will extend virtual learning until May...

Concerns regarding cancellation of school events rise amidst spread of Coronavirus

Concerns regarding cancellation of school events rise amidst spread of Coronavirus

Jenny Seo | April 16, 2020

Since its initiation in December, the Coronavirus, COVID-19, has been spreading rapidly across the country. The concerns regarding COVID-19 is, in fact, led to the discussion of canceling major events...

Classes adapt to virtual learning

Classes adapt to virtual learning

Lauren Kang | March 18, 2020

SIS initially cancelled physical classes on Feb.21.  Although the school initially planned the return date as Feb. 28, the physical classes were further delayed with the worsening of the coronavirus....

Physical education classes go virtual

Physical education classes go virtual

Alice Jimin Lee | March 18, 2020

Amid the growing concerns regarding the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), SIS officially commenced online classes on Feb. 25. For the first two weeks of virtual learning, students enrolled...

Clubs continue activities in midst of coronavirus

Clubs continue activities in midst of coronavirus

Eric Hwang | February 25, 2020

In February, multiple clubs at SIS introduced new and returning events. The outbreak of the coronavirus has led to the cancellation or postponing of several club events outside of school, such as the annual...

February News Briefs

Sarah Baek | February 25, 2020

Coronavirus kills Chinese whistleblower doctor Wuhan coronavirus outbreak is an ongoing viral epidemic that primarily affects mainland China, along with infected cases found in 27 countries and territories....

Coronavirus outbreak cancels school events

Coronavirus outbreak cancels school events

Lauren Kang | February 25, 2020

Due to the rise of coronavirus, a wave of paranoia spread across Korea. Many Korean schools delayed their matriculation by two weeks due to the number of Korean coronavirus cases tripling. SIS has also...

January News Briefs

January News Briefs

Emily Oh | January 26, 2020

“Parasite” continues making history at SAG Awards “Parasite” took home the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, the top prize in the SAG’s...