Afterthoughts on a Cambridge Webinar: “Can our Faith in Democracy Survive the Pandemic?” 

In response to discovering the effects of the pandemic on democracy, a Cambridge webinar took place where professors and panelists of Cambridge discussed the current state of democracy and its potential future. Continue reading Afterthoughts on a Cambridge Webinar: “Can our Faith in Democracy Survive the Pandemic?” 

Saying Goodbye: What The Class of 2022 Has To Say

180 days a year, rain or shine, excited or exhausted, students make their way up the hill of GSIS’ entrance to start a brand new day. At the start of high school, the thought of walking through GSIS corridors for the final time seems distant and obscure— for our seniors, this is the reality they have to face. Continue reading Saying Goodbye: What The Class of 2022 Has To Say

South Korean ‘Hagwons’: Why are they so popular?

Most of us have heard of South Korean “academies”. In fact, it would not be a complete exaggeration to say that most Korean students have attended these institutes in some form. Commonly referred to as “hagwons,” these academies are deeply integrated into the lives of both students and their guardians. But why are hagwons so prevalent in Korea? And what are the effects of attendance on the students? Continue reading South Korean ‘Hagwons’: Why are they so popular?

The Revival of Past Fashion Styles

In fashion, history definitely repeats itself. On social media platforms like TikTok and Pinterest, fashion trends from past decades have regained popularity and are now “trendy”. Styles like Punk from the 70s, Y2K from the 2000s, Bohemian from the 60s and 70s, and Rocker Chic from the 50s are a few of the styles that have found a new life on social media platforms. Continue reading The Revival of Past Fashion Styles