Class of 2014: College acceptances, rejections, and where they will go
Academics / School News / Student Life

Class of 2014: College acceptances, rejections, and where they will go

Monica Cho, News Writer Seniors have only a day until sending in their college decisions to whether they would like to attend the university or not. They’ve worked ruthlessly, doing anything and everything for their dream schools. Now, with 29 days left until graduation, it’s time for them to get ready for their new lives … Continue reading

Amendments Drafted and Resolutions Passed: MUN’s Successes at the China Conference
School News / Student Life

Amendments Drafted and Resolutions Passed: MUN’s Successes at the China Conference

Justine Hong, News Editor A delegate, donning a sleek business suit, stands confidently at the podium in a massive committee room and gives a speech to thirty-some other delegates. When he is finished with his speech, he deftly answers questions that challenge his argument, effectively convincing the committee of his stance. Outside this conference he is … Continue reading

Students come together to celebrate the arts through three one-act plays
School News / Student Life

Students come together to celebrate the arts through three one-act plays

  Monica Cho, News Writer On Mar. 13, the entire upper secondary school was captivated by their peers’ performances during an hour-long show of three one-act plays, which marked the commencement of the community coming together to celebrate the theater arts during school hours. The plays the drama students performed were “Everystudent” by the MYP … Continue reading

Guest Writers / School News / Student Life

Forensics Club extends to lower secondary students

By: Seungmin Yang, Guest Writer Every Thursday, a meeting held by the Forensics Club happens in Mr. Kilgore’s room, in which lower secondary students may join for future KAIAC speech and debate competitions. Contrary to the expectations of many lower secondary students, both competition and practices are open starting from seventh graders. “I would recommend … Continue reading

Varsity Swimming Poised to Take Competition to a New Level
School News / Sports / Spring Sports / Student Life

Varsity Swimming Poised to Take Competition to a New Level

By Victor Jeong, News Editor As spring begins, Knights varsity swimmers will once again compete in the hopes of a successful season. However, a new addition to the team has left the members inspired, and ready to challenge any opponent. Competition has been no stranger to sophomore swimmer Jongwhee Jeon, who had arrived at the … Continue reading

STEHLO, Becoming the Hopeful Light for Ailing North Korean Children
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STEHLO, Becoming the Hopeful Light for Ailing North Korean Children

By Grace Shin, International school students have united as  Sending Them Every Hope and Light Organization (STEHLO) members to fulfill their amalgamated purpose : aiding the ill, indigent North Korean children. STEHLO’s President, Junior, Hannah Kang shared her motivation for initiating the organization. “I decided to help because there is a movie called Crossing. It’s … Continue reading

Teachers care beyond the classroom
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Teachers care beyond the classroom

By: Angela Park, News Writer GSIS students claim that close student-teacher relationships are something more than special and are relatively common. As a relatively small community, GSIS has a student-teacher ratio higher than that of other schools. This allows teachers and students to create more intimate relationships and get to know one another on a … Continue reading