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Fall sports seasons begin

Fall sports seasons begin

Angela Jinyoung Choe | September 12, 2018

Starting the new school year, fall athletes jumped right into tryouts on Aug. 17, eager to show their skills in front of the coaches and peers. Fall sports consist of cross-country, tennis, and volleyball....

Asian Games take a step toward Korean unity

Asian Games take a step toward Korean unity

Emily Bae | September 12, 2018

With the start of another school year, many new clubs have initiated unique activities to publicize their club. Because multiple prominent clubs already exist at SIS, new clubs are gearing toward bringing...

Multiple SIS sports teams to lose coaches for next year

Multiple SIS sports teams to lose coaches for next year

Young-Jin Park | June 9, 2018

With many faculty members who are departing the school or are no longer coaching, multiple sports teams face the prospect of losing their coaches for the 2018-2019 school year. The cross-country team lost...

Sports: Year in review

Sports: Year in review

Claire Lee | June 9, 2018

Beginning the school year with fall sports and marking the end of the school year with spring sports, SIS athletes have accomplished astonishing achievements throughout the 17-18 sports season. In hopes...

School teams look forward to becoming official sports

School teams look forward to becoming official sports

Jenny Seo | June 9, 2018

The end of the school year signals the end of the sports seasons, but it also marks the start of new plans for the next school year. Amongst the adjustments being considered for next year, sports is undoubtedly...

Going for gold: Korea’s hunt for World Cup glory

Going for gold: Korea’s hunt for World Cup glory

TTAdmin | June 9, 2018

The South Korean national football team reached unprecedented heights in 2002 when it defeated Portugal, Italy, and Spain to earn a fourth place ranking in the World Cup. In the hearts of all South Koreans...

SIS Triathlon dominates weekend activity

SIS Triathlon dominates weekend activity

Kirsten Huh | June 6, 2018

With the 17-18 school year coming to an end, SIS teachers enjoyed their weekend with a triathlon on May 20. The event consisted of cycling, swimming, and running with participants competing either individually...

Varsity athletes celebrate an end to all seasons in sports banquet

Varsity athletes celebrate an end to all seasons in sports banquet

Jenny Seo | June 6, 2018

With an end to all sports seasons, the Tiger Sports Council (TSC) hosted the sports banquet on May 23 to celebrate and acknowledge all of the talented student athletes and coaches. The event included videos...

Chung Hyeon after the Australian Open

Chung Hyeon after the Australian Open

Young-Jin Park | May 3, 2018

Following Chung Hyeon’s upset at the Australian Open three months ago, he has continued to impress in his ascent in world rankings. In his most recent singles performance at the Miami Open last month,...

Track and field club sprints to finish line

Track and field club sprints to finish line

Lauren Kang | April 16, 2018

A new spring season sport has been added to SIS’s growing athletics, not yet as an official sport but a blossoming club. Created by Kevin Kim (11), Brian Lee (11), Joe Kim (11), and Jangho Yun (11),...

UK Cycling team elicits controversy amidst alleged doping investigation

UK Cycling team elicits controversy amidst alleged doping investigation

Jina Kim | April 16, 2018

Sir Bradley Wiggins, a renowned member of Team Sky, the British professional cycling team, is being investigated for reportedly taking a banned drug before and during the 2012 Tour De France competition....

Preparations for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics under way

Preparations for 2018 PyeongChang Olympics under way

Amy Jungmin Kim | January 31, 2018

With a few days left until the long-awaited PyeongChang Olympics, spectators and competitors alike are accelerating preparations for the event. Hosting an Olympic event carries much significance: spurring...