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”
School News

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