The Press doesn’t exist to be positive or to be liked. To shield our school from dissent, from questioning the status quo, from going against the orthodoxy for the sake of deterring negativity violates the very core of our purpose.
When we vote for a candidate’s name instead of his or her skills in this fashion, our election is really no better than the half-baked candidacy of “Make America Great Again,” one driven entirely by personal popularity, professing vague promises that even supporters themselves cannot define.
The Blueprint Editorial Board encourages candidates to demonstrate that the StuCo elections are actually more than what many people believe it to be.
1. Introduction I did it for four years and hated myself for it. Every new college that I heard of, I would google the same thing: “X University rankings”. And after the couple milliseconds it takes for Google to pull […]
World Autism Awareness Day is on April 2nd where people all over the world come together to spread awareness of autism.
The benefits of Cross Country far outweigh the struggle.
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 […]
A poverty simulation by the Global Issues Network club stressed the importance of KIS students venturing beyond the luxuries we take for granted in our daily lives and develop a better understanding of our society.
Lessons from the largest history competition in the world.
Why should you try out for the debate team, and what are the unique perks of this experience?
Last Saturday, the Quiz Bowl team competed at the National Academic Quiz Tournaments (NAQT) Korea Invitational tournament at Seoul Foreign School. Fighting through ten grueling rounds of questions concerning a wide range of topics from geology to pop culture, the […]