And the winner is… PARASITE. Best Picture, Best Director, Best International Feature Film, and Best Original Screenplay. The Academy Awards, more popularly known as the Oscars, is one of the most prestigious events in the film industry as the awards […]
America has once again been devastated by another mass shooting—the El Paso shooting.. The shooting took place in El Paso, Texas, where 22 were killed and 24 were injured by a twenty-one year old white man. This is one of […]
When students hear the word “sex-ed”, they often tend to tag a belittling label to the concept itself as a program where students tease about learning about human anatomy and the basics of sexual intercourse. The sex-ed program in KIS […]
“Firsts” are always a gamble. To break tradition and invent a completely new idea is strenuous in itself, but to put it into action requires a whole different level of determination. It is always difficult to have a first-time event […]
The annual KIS RAK week has returned, enlivening this stressful week back from break with all the random acts of kindness from students, teachers, and staff!
Hot Packs, warm winter jackets, fur boots- full preparation for winter complete. But where’s the preparation for your skin? In a negative °C weather, your entire body is vulnerable to the cold, not to mention your skin’s moisture ‘literally’ being […]
Recapping KIS’s Blue Ribbon Month!
Join in for a recap of the First Pep Rally and an insight to our new Student Council.
The recently uncovered Busan teenage abuse incident has not only brought immense fury to society, but also has set a sudden trend in multiple teenage abuse events being exposed in various areas such as Seoul, Gangneung, and Asan. Why?