Eugene Kim, news writer After the election of South Korea on May 9, 2017, Moon Jae In was chosen as the 19th President of South Korea. He has made a lot of controversial promises which affect high school students. President Moon desires to combat the common stereotype of the SKY colleges (Seoul National University, Korea University, Yonsei university) only being worthy of attendance. A huge … Continue reading President Moon’s controversial educational reform promises to affect high school 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 Trump’s anti-immigration mentality. In order to stay in the U.S. … Continue reading Trump’s Election Evokes Fear in Prospective International Students
By: Matthew Choi, News Writer The internet is an archive with endless amount of information on everything you can imagine. In the internet realm, everyone has a voice unlike in real life (IRL). The internet has become a reliable form of communication around the world, due to its speed and accessibility which cannot be matched. Due to this, any form of news is rapidly spread. … Continue reading The internet’s freedom and censorship leaves for an uncertain future
James Kim, News Writer On Dec. 19, 2012 , Park Geun-Hye, the conservative candidate of the Saneuri Party for the eighteenth presidential election and the daughter of former President Park Chung-Hee, became the first female President of the Republic of Korea, defeating her liberal rival Moon Jae-In of the Democratic United Party by a narrow margin. As was indicated by public opinion polls, the race … Continue reading Park returns to the Blue House