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.
Through countless judgments, lies, regrets, and false assumptions, I’ve come to a standstill in my thoughts about relationships—both with friends and family. The diffusion of information through rumors and gossip spreads like rapid fire, twisting simultaneously in multiple paths of […]
As the 2019 course registration rolls around, worried freshmen express their concerns with the current registration process.
The time has come once again— as the second semester kicks off, the halls are lit up by jokes about a special group of people going through a special time: seniors. “Oh, let’s count how many days you show up […]
The start of November marks another closure to a season of sports.
It’s already been over two months since school started, but do we know all the new faces at KIS? Check out who some of them are and their stories.
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.
What is the #MeToo movement, why is it so relevant, how does it matter in Korea— and in KIS? Why should we care? Read the article to stay aware, and to read what KIS students have to say about sexual harassment and assault— the voices that have been silenced for too long. This should not be invisible any longer.
The heart wrenching, emotional, and discussion-sparking fall production– let’s hear it from the cast and crew.