By: Janice Kim Soul Food for boys and girls is a weekly gathering where students and teachers can go to dinner and coffee with one another, talk about life, and see where conversation leads them. “It sounded like a lot fun and Mr. Lozano did everything to make it [Soul Food] work in our favor,” said Matthew Chang, a senior, explaining why Soul Food attracted … Continue reading Soul Food cooks up an appetite for community
Angela Park, News Writer During Lunar break, a handful of students and teachers departed for Myanmar with one goal in mind: to bond and make meaningful relationships with the orphans of Myanmar. After a six hour flight and 10 hour bus ride students prepared themselves for five days of intense relationship building which consisted of playing soccer and Jok-Gu, worship and dancing, making playdough and … Continue reading Myanmar VASE trip creates new relationships
Janice Kim, News Writer Students noted that Spiritual Emphasis Week (SEW) promotes spiritual growth and passion, but also pointed out it only has short-term effects and considered various reasons for the decline in spiritual development after SEW. “One purpose for the SEW is to provide a framework of where we are going in student life and chapel for the year,” explained Mr. Lozano, the Student … Continue reading Students speculate how to bring back SEW spirit
Heather Kim, News Writer On the cold autumn night of Nov. 21, Thanksgiving Eve, students and teachers congregated in the school cafeteria from 5 – 7 p.m. to celebrate Acoustic Christmas under the warmth and ongoing enjoyment of food, music, and shopping. For many students, the highlight of Acoustic Christmas was the art auction set up by the art club. Supervised by Mrs. Kim, the … Continue reading School gathers behind Acoustic Christmas
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