Varsity Boys Volleyball makes a comeback

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

What Students Take Away From Their TEDx Volunteer Experience

Sarah Wilson, News Writer “Excited” to be included in making the Jan. 27, TEDxYeongheungForest hosted at GSIS, students were given the “great opportunity” to volunteer and help out with the event. 42 people volunteered to help with the event, 21 of them being students. Most volunteer teams had a mix of students and staff helping out with TEDx but unlike the other volunteer teams, Mr. … Continue reading What Students Take Away From Their TEDx Volunteer Experience

Facing fear and embarrassment-When you can’t repeat the past

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

VASE trips challenge student growth

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

New student led “Help us Help you” program launched

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

With a small team and “big hearts”, Lady Knights pull off a win in Taiwan

  Sally Minseo Kim, News Writer Ending the season with immense growth and success the varsity girls basketball team was ready to take on bigger challenges by participating in the Asia Christian Schools Conference (ACSC tournament). The girls went in the competition with a mindset ready to fight hard and to learn from the experience. The girls faced the obstacle of having very few players … Continue reading With a small team and “big hearts”, Lady Knights pull off a win in Taiwan

The Unsung Heroes of Snow White and the Prince

Sally Minseo Kim, News Writer Behind all the bright lights and fancy costumes in a production there are people backstage who help make it all possible. Ranging from props, makeup, costumes, lights, stage, and more. It is the tech crew’s job to go unnoticed by the audience to maintain the integrity of the performance, but this often leaves those involved in the production crew feeling unappreciated. … Continue reading The Unsung Heroes of Snow White and the Prince

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?