By Sunny Cha, and Grace Shin, News Editor Freshmen skillfully adjusted to a drastic transition from Lower Secondary to Upper Secondary School. Increased workload, complex schedules, and pressure to compile a lavish resume for college are just examples of the new adjustments freshmen have been going through. Freshman Taewoo Kim, emphasized the exacerbating academic pressure. “Sixth grade, seventh grade and eight grade were just a … Continue reading Freshmen reflect on their first semester of Upper Secondary School
By, Grace Shin (News Editor) Quarter 1 has finished in the snap of a finger, and more than 20 clubs have been launched. some of which appear to be strikingly similar) leaving students clueless about indistinguishable clubs offered on campus. During the month of August, decorative boards were displayed with information about each club offered on campus. Students were encouraged to visit the the second floor lobby and choose … Continue reading Redundancy spreading clubs thin
By Grace Shin, News Writer “But First! Let me take a selfie!” This catchy phrase in Chainsmoker’s widely known song, “# (hashtag) Selfie” is not just a baffling joke people are making for their vines. It is actually an explicit portrayal of our supposedly narcissistic generation’s tendency to take selfies in monstrous rates. Sarah Kil, in Grade 12 said, “I don’t like to upload pictures … Continue reading But First! Let me take a selfie!
by Grace Shin, News Writer In Korea, Feb. 14 isn’t the only day to express one’s affection; White Day and Black Day are additionally packaged in these seasons of love. Senior, Brian Lee mentioned, “In the states we only celebrate Valentines Day. I haven’t been in Korea for long, so I don’t know much about White Day except that it’s a day where girls give … Continue reading Seasons of Love
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 about a North Korean father and child trying to come … Continue reading STEHLO, Becoming the Hopeful Light for Ailing North Korean Children
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