An “Out-of-the-Box” Experience at Arts Night

Justine Hong, Co-Editor-In-Chief On Thursday Apr. 30 at 7:00 p.m., the audience was hushed and attentive as they awaited a performance yet to unfold on an illuminated circular stage. The school art community hosted Arts Night, a tribute to “out-of-the-box” thinking and a chance for MYP and DP art students to flaunt their artistic abilities. When people talk about Arts Night, it’s impossible not to … Continue reading An “Out-of-the-Box” Experience at Arts Night

Community conquers fall musical complications

Julia Lee, News Writer With the departure of Mr. Blanck, and the arrival of a new director, the anticipated fall musical took a turn. However, with the dedication and hard work from the students and teachers, the musical, “Oklahoma”, became a success. The new director, Ms. Gravel, felt uncomfortable at first, mainly because she had never seen the musical, nor heard any of the songs. … Continue reading Community conquers fall musical complications

Dr. Park’s sudden departure leaves students disoriented

By: Eric Han, Editor-in-Chief A month has passed since Dr. Josephine Park’s resignation, but students have yet to adapt to this rather sudden turn of events. “I didn’t know what to feel,” admitted junior Yerim Kim. “I was sad, shocked, worried, and a bit angry at the same time.” Others students also voiced their initial surprise and concern. “None of us knew the reason she … Continue reading Dr. Park’s sudden departure leaves students disoriented

Diploma program musicians captivate audience

Grace Shin, News Writer After rigorous preparation, the talented Diploma Program (DP) music students  performed admirably at the DP music recital held on Sept 27. Out of the many brilliant musicians, Junior Matthew Kim and senior Elaine Kim took the spotlight. According to So Yeon Kim, a Senior and supportive audience member from the recital, Matthew and Elaine were the two most notable performers. So … Continue reading Diploma program musicians captivate audience