Trump’s Election Evokes Fear in Prospective International Students
School News

Trump’s Election Evokes Fear in Prospective International Students

James Ahn, Editor-in-Chief With the U.S. elections concluded in the favour of Donald Trump, his success has been met with mixed opinions. Despite the lack of a clear verdict in these arguments, international students have expressed that Trump’s policies have influenced their college decisions. International students applying to the U.S. may be strongly impacted by … Continue reading

Students Make Sacrifices on Sleep and Pay the Costs
Academics / Editorials / Student Life

Students Make Sacrifices on Sleep and Pay the Costs

Jun Woo Kang, News Editor South Korea has a generation of teens growing up chronically sleep-deprived, and you might be one of them. Ask yourself, “am I sleep deprived?” Most likely, your response will be similar to the students in GSIS publication class where 87 percent answered “yes”. Louie Chung, sophomore, often reaches a breaking … Continue reading

Departing Teachers say “Good-bye”
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Departing Teachers say “Good-bye”

Martin Lee, News Writer After this school year, there will be several faces no longer seen. A handful of staff depart the community with mixed emotions as they restart life from new destinations. Among this list of departing staff are: Tiffeney Brown, Secondary Principal,  Jung Hee Chey, Secondary Math teacher, Tony Vandermeer, Athletics Director and activities coordinator, and … Continue reading

Captain America: Civil War – The Superhero Movie You Were Looking For
Editorials / Entertainment / Reviews

Captain America: Civil War – The Superhero Movie You Were Looking For

Jun Woo Kang, News Writer SPOILER ALERT. This is a review of the recently released Marvel Studios Film, “Captain America: Civil War”, and it may contain major spoilers. I have mentioned this in the beginning, therefore if you still haven’t watched the film, don’t blame me if you happen to accidentally read this writing and … Continue reading

Eighth grade students set the path to first ever VASE trip
School News / Student Life

Eighth grade students set the path to first ever VASE trip

Sally Minseo Kim, News Writer Excited and anxious, the eighth-grade students went on the first ever VASE trip to Namhae Island in Busan on Apr. 8. This interdisciplinary trip connects school curriculum to the real world, helps prepare students for Upper Secondary VASE trips, and strengthens the bond between students. For the first time in … Continue reading