Sally Minseo Kim, News Writer The Varsity boys volleyball team made a comeback from their losing streak starting with the first win against APIS on Sept. 8. With the experience and skills gained from previous season, the team was able to have their series of victories this season. Compared the the previous season, the team consisted of many returning players. In each game the players … Continue reading Varsity Boys Volleyball makes a comeback
William Lee, News Writer Ever looked at your lunch tray and felt disappointed? Well, you’re not alone. Cafeteria food has always been a serious debate among International School students, especially between GSIS students. Now this sparks up the hot issue, are any of the students at any of the international schools satisfied with their school dishes? A typical GSIS lunch would consist of rice, a … Continue reading GSIS students, too critical on J&J Catering?
(Image from Gyeonggi Suwon International School) Grade nine students, need help for your Personal Project in order to get the MYP certificate? Well following the tips given from the 10th-graders will most definitely help you succeed. The Personal Project is a project that every 10th-grader in the Middle Year Programme must complete. The main goal of the Personal Project is to help the students research … Continue reading DO YOU WANT TO SUCCEED IN THE PERSONAL PROJECT!?
Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds showed amazing success in South Korea. The movie itself is based from the webtoon, Along with the Gods, which was also a huge success in the webtoon community. Compared to the illustration that reminds me of the simplistic, rudimentary style of the comic strip Peanuts, the movie delivers high quality CGI for a Korean movie. Additionally selecting … Continue reading Along with the Gods, the new start in Korean Movies
Sally Minseo Kim, News Writer High school is a time when students can find themselves and prepare for life in the real world. During these years, students may feel the desire to repeat the day, the week, or the year; simply put, to go back in time. However, when looking back five, ten, even twenty years from now, is it really worth all the fear … Continue reading Facing fear and embarrassment-When you can’t repeat the past
Kaitlyn Lee, News writer Over spring break, many upper secondary students participated in Vision, Action Service, Evangelism (VASE) trips and grew academically, socially, and faithfully. Each student had unique experiences stating, “you learn how to be more modest” and “God was always there.” The VASE trip to China visited a small province area called Yanji near the North Korean border and served God at Yanbian … Continue reading VASE trips challenge student growth
News Writer, Sarah Wilson. From roommates to drinking culture, a lot of things change when heading off to college. Not knowing what to expect can make it harder to adjust, so alumni have taken a stand to share their wisdom and experiences. Going into college means you will most likely meet new people and make new friends. Naturally, this comes with a new view on … Continue reading College Advice from Alumni
By Eugene Kim Andrew Wiese: Andrew Wiese started teaching at GSIS in 2009, and left June 2013. He taught various subjects including Bible, US history, World history, MYP Humanities, IB Economics, IB History. “Since leaving GSIS my wife and I have welcomed two children into the world. Patrick was born in January of 2014. In fact we actually publicly announced we were pregnant, … Continue reading GSIS Staff: Where are they now
Seo Young Lee, News Writer Seniors drew upon inspiration to create artworks for their largest exhibition in their school career. Themes like growth, memory, dreams and fantasies, unconsciousness, desires, and identity were the themes surrounding the DP Year 2 seniors for the GSIS DP Art Graduate Exhibition. Human ‘Need’ was the theme of Eric Lee’s artwork, who started producing art in ninth-grade. He said he … Continue reading Deconstructing the artistic themes of DP Visual Art seniors
Alice Park, News Writer In just under a month Psychology Club will launch Natural Helpers, a program to reach out and help students with their psychological states and issues. The purpose of the Natural Helpers program is to select students who their classmates think are natural helpers, and teach them how to become better helpers within the student body. The selected students, who will be … Continue reading New student led “Help us Help you” program launched