Sally Minseo Kim, News Writer Behind all the bright lights and fancy costumes in a production there are people backstage who help make it all possible. Ranging from props, makeup, costumes, lights, stage, and more. It is the tech crew’s job to go unnoticed by the audience to maintain the integrity of the performance, but this often leaves those involved in the production crew feeling unappreciated. … Continue reading The Unsung Heroes of Snow White and the Prince
By Justine Hong, Co-Editor-in-chief The film opens as Macbeth (Fassbender) and his wife (Cotillard) mourn the death of their baby child. Three witches relate a prophecy to Macbeth, saying he will be crowned Scotland’s king. Macbeth and his wife plot to kill King Duncan (Thewlis) to fulfill the prophecy. Upon ascending the throne, however, Macbeth is tortured by guilt and paranoia. His consequent actions form … Continue reading A Gritty Film of Sound and Fury: Justin Kurzel’s Macbeth
Justine Hong, Co-Editor-in-chief It’s Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, and super-agent Ethan Hunt is at it again. This time, Hunt is after the Syndicate, a massive international criminal consortium that’s been wreaking havoc through terrorist attacks and assassinations. With the Impossible Mission Force (IMF) in jeopardy, Hunt, along with skilled former fellow agents and a talented British spy, must escape torture chambers, retrieve compromising files, and … Continue reading Action-Packed Thriller with Cool Characters and Top-Notch Soundtrack
By: Tae Woo Kim, News Writer One of the most highly-anticipated movies in 2015, Avengers: Age of Ultron is Marvel’s most recent, large-scale, production. The Avengers was filled with breathtaking action scenes where the heroes displayed each of their unique, fancy abilities. However, the movie’s plotline was relatively complicated, in fact awkward, compared to the first movie. I want to interject for a moment and … Continue reading Major Letdowns of Avengers: Age of Ultron
By Matthew Choi, News Writer Christmas music and carols permeate the artwork lined auditorium. Instruments, choir platforms, red and green streamers, and paper snowflakes decorate the stage, as the warm ambient candlelight promotes an atmosphere of holiday joy. Parents, teachers, and students occupy the whole of the auditorium as it bursts at the seams with contagious energy, joyful laughter, and rhythmic sounds of the elementary students as they sing, … Continue reading Non-stop artistic suspense at the Elementary Christmas Concert
By Justine Hong, Editor-in-Chief Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ Through catchy music, well-organized choreography, and humor, the cast of GSIS’ High School Musical Junior guided audiences through an hour-and-a-half long production that simply conveyed the high school experience. Interweaving themes of romance, identity, and personal growth, the cast skillfully sang and danced their hearts out to entertain and engage audiences. “But you can’t let … Continue reading We’re All in This Together: High School Musical Collaboratively Impresses Audiences
Written by: Victor Jeong, Editor-in-Chief It’s official; the hornet’s nest that is the internet has been stirred up. Dusting off their pitchforks and rekindling their torches, the denizens of the internet are coming together in what could firmly be described as a battle for the very freedom of internet users everywhere. Net neutrality is a term that was forged during the birth of the internet … Continue reading Why our Internet Might Die as We Know It, and How We Can Prevent It.
By: Angela Park, News Writer ItPlate ItPlate is known for its big plates and large sum of food served; one plate order can feed up to three people and only costs 17,000 ₩ per plate! It’s most famous plates includes the BBQ steak. If you’re looking for something a little more oriental, try the pork pilaff! It is made a wonderful fried rice dish mixed with … Continue reading Popular Restaurants in YongTong
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: Monica Cho, News Writer “I decided to quit eating chocolate,” junior Nicholas Lee admitted. On the first day of every year, many across the globe devise New Year’s resolutions to reach certain goals or make a change in their lifestyles. Resolution-making was no exception for members of the GSIS community. Reflecting upon his resolution for 2013, Chris Lee confessed, “I tried to lose weight. … Continue reading How The Knights Begin Their Year
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