World Autism Awareness Day is on April 2nd where people all over the world come together to spread awareness of autism.
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.
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 […]
Through the chaos of maintaining a full load of coursework and a somewhat functional social life, some KIS students find the time to practice intentional argument and oral persuasion. On Saturday, September 15th, the varsity Speech and Debate team made […]
KIS’s very own theater department put on their spring production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Complete with sold-out tickets and standing ovations, the show not only broke records for the school but shed a light on the sheer power and joy of dramatic performance.
“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 […]
In a rapidly changing retail marketplace, Toys R Us, once a highly prosperous toy retail shop, has been fading its glory due to its failure to adapt to the changing culture of physical shopping experience and to respond quickly to […]
What is Batalla Lip Sync? For the past few weeks of March, the world language department of KIS organized a new, but memorable event called the Lip Sync Battle to celebrate language learning. To expand knowledge of colloquial everyday expressions, […]
Definitely the best Friday night of the year. The annual Jazz Night livened up many teachers, parents, students, and staff of KIS.