10 Life lessons Disney taught a 15 year old girl

News Writer, Alice Park Most of us can say Disney was a major part of our childhood, whether it was through shows or movies. But what we didn’t realise, was Disney has been teaching us essential life lessons all along. Like most of the other kids around my age, I used to watch Disney channel almost every single day, cooped up on my sofa, and … Continue reading 10 Life lessons Disney taught a 15 year old girl

Do I Really Fit In?

James Ahn, News Writer Nothing crushes the heart more than the realization that you do not belong. GSIS is constantly plagued with the stigma that it lacks diversity within the student body. Could this be a simple dissatisfaction or has there been a lack of proper student conduct? The monstrosity of this issue is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. The need for racial variety has … Continue reading Do I Really Fit In?

Action-Packed Thriller with Cool Characters and Top-Notch Soundtrack

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

MV Sewol Sinking

By: Matthew Choi On Apr. 16, MV Sewol capsized after taking a routine trip to Jeju. Among the 450 plus passengers, only 174 survived with the remaining passengers either dead or missing.  The passengers mainly consisted of students and teachers from Danwon High School in Ansan, approximately 20km from GSIS. This accident has been one of the worst maritime accidents to happen in South Korea. … Continue reading MV Sewol Sinking

A Portal to Southeast Asia

By Justine Hong, News Editor Siem Reap, Cambodia, the city I vacationed to over Winter Break, was a portal through which I witnessed ancient histories and rich cultures; the Angkor ruins, the village on water Chong Khneas, the genocide memorial, and Pub Street exposed primeval civilizations and fascinating people. The Angkor Ruins The first destination was Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world. … Continue reading A Portal to Southeast Asia