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Applications for executive positions begin for the 2022-23 school year

Applications for executive positions begin for the 2022-’23 school year

Daniel Shin, Managing Editor | April 14, 2022

As the second semester comes to a close, clubs have begun sifting through piles of applications to select new executive members for the 2022-'23 school year. The application process differs slightly from...

SIS soars at AMIS 2022

SIS soars at AMIS 2022

Jennifer Kwon, Copy Editor | April 14, 2022

On March 28, Strings and Orchestra Director Julia Kim shared the results of 34 SIS students' submissions to the Association for Music in International Schools (AMIS) 2022 Online Solo and Ensemble Festival....

College admissions: Four years of effort come to fruition

College admissions: Four years of effort come to fruition

Jennifer Kwon, Copy Editor | April 13, 2022

Though the last quarter of the school year is the most stressful time of the year, with the majority of juniors, sophomores, and freshmen cramming for AP exams and finals, seniors are busy opening their...

HSSC throws a new type of Snowball

HSSC throws a new type of Snowball

Paul Moon, Copy Editor | April 1, 2022

On April 1, HSSC will be throwing the first Snowball since the start of COVID-19 lockdowns. However, while previous Snowballs have been dance events for freshmen and sophomores held outside of school,...

Graphic by Cherlin Kim

Let’s re-orange the orange pass system

Cherlin Kim, Copy Editor | March 24, 2022

With Omicron surging, South Korea hit an all-time high in Covid cases by mid-February and continues to intensify through March. The usual, exciting school atmosphere packed with club activities and tournaments...

Students look forward to RAK week

Students look forward to RAK week

Erin Choi, Reporter | March 20, 2022

From March 21-25, Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) will be hosting its annual RAK week, with each day of the week having distinct activities. Although RAK week during the past two years has been virtual due...

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Students enjoy GIN’s White Day event

Erin Choi, Reporter | March 16, 2022

On March 14, Global Issues Network (GIN) hosted White Day brownie and ice cream sale in the atrium. White Day is the day when people reciprocate gifts to those who gifted them on Valentine’s Day. In...

SIS receives official confirmation from WASC

SIS receives official confirmation from WASC

Jack Lee, Reporter | March 16, 2022

Every six years, members of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) visit SIS to evaluate the school’s performance in various areas such as academics and business administration. This...

MAT hosts Pi Day events

MAT hosts Pi Day events

Joseph Chun, Reporter | March 16, 2022

During office hours of March 15, Mu Alpha Theta (MAT) held pie-related activities to celebrate Pi Day, March 14––a date which corresponds with the constant π (3.14).  MAT originally attempted...

Spanish students cook up cultural enthusiasm

Spanish students cook up cultural enthusiasm

Daniel Shin, Managing Editor | March 15, 2022

Spanish III, Spanish IV, and AP Spanish classes took part in cooking activities throughout this month as part of a culturally enriching experience.  All classes made Hispanic food ranging from...

Source: Official GECMUN website (gecmun.com)

SIS participates in GECMUN

Sunny Lee, Reporter | March 8, 2022

Many delegates from the SIS MUN club attended Global Education City Model United Nations (GECMUN), which took place from Feb. 26-27 for about five hours per day. Despite the initial hopeful signs of a...

SIS hosts National History Day

SIS hosts National History Day

Minjae Chun, Design & Production Editor | March 4, 2022

On Feb. 26, SIS hosted the annual National History Day (NHD) Korea awards ceremony for the first time. The NHD supervisors, James Kowalski and Steven Nave, and the high school NHD Student Council have...