Broadly, Americans visit the constitution in a non-partisan and bipartisan manner. However, with an unequal playing field prompted by politicians, Americans tilt towards political tendency. Continue reading Politics Off My Body: The Abortion Rights Dispute Sparks Another Partisan Divide
The gaming industry has surged in popularity in the past decade and its growth has been met with many concerns about its effect on younger audiences. To combat gaming addiction and gaming-related injuries, China (the CCP) has passed a law that forbids under-18s from playing video games for more than three hours a week. Continue reading China’s Ban on Gaming
Cuba was a prosperous country in the 1950s, ranked fifth in per capita income and third in life expectancy among the western hemisphere. Cuba was home to democracy and rights, yet, by 2000, all of this had disappeared. Continue reading U.S.-Cuba Relations: The 90 Mile Dilemma
After an Indian jet was shot down on February 27, 2019, by a Pakistani SAM over the disputed territory of Kashmir, tensions between Pakistan and India have escalated. Continue reading India, Pakistan, and China regarding the Kashmir region￼
Sally Minseo Kim, News writer Hosting the Winter Olympics for the first time, South Korea put a large amount of effort in preparation and actively advertised in attempt to gain Olympic visitors However, tension on the Korean peninsula and high priced tickets and accommodation have been met with a dismal ticket sales. It has been reported that out of 1.6 million tickets only 655,000 … Continue reading PyeongChang Olympic: Is it worth it?
News Writer, Tivan George Technology, the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, has developed throughout the years, often changing lives. So how will its advancement affect the 21st Century students? From the invention of the computer to the creation of Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster, technology has advanced by leaps and bounds. This also opens up new possibilities for the 21st Century students. Rikumu Shigeta, … Continue reading Effects of Technology on Students
Alice Park, News Editor The #metoo movement went viral in October over social media, and provided a powerful platform for victims to share their stories. A month later, sexual harassment and assault are still major problems and everyone, not only victims, has been affected. Actress Alyssa Milano, who amplified the #metoo movement, said on Good Morning America, “What the ‘Me Too’ campaign really does—and what Tarana … Continue reading #Metoo Movement touches the heart of the community
“Sports fans should never condone players that do not stand proud for their National Anthem or their country.” These were the words of President Donald Trump, criticizing the ongoing National Football League protests. Athletes had taken up kneeling or raising a fist, in an act of defiance against the traditional ‘right hand over chest’ during the anthem. Such protest first began in 2016, when former … Continue reading #TakeAKnee: Are athletes role models or entertainers?
Eugene Kim, news writer After the election of South Korea on May 9, 2017, Moon Jae In was chosen as the 19th President of South Korea. He has made a lot of controversial promises which affect high school students. President Moon desires to combat the common stereotype of the SKY colleges (Seoul National University, Korea University, Yonsei university) only being worthy of attendance. A huge … Continue reading President Moon’s controversial educational reform promises to affect high school students.
By Jun Woo Kang, News Writer Before anything, I would like begin with an old saying often attributed to the great expert of human evil, Joseph Stalin. “When one man dies, that’s a tragedy, when a thousand men die, that’s a statistic.” Large numbers can often feel cold and distant, and even kind of comforting because they do not feel like “people.” I think that … Continue reading World to Blame for Syrian Refugee Crisis