• Visual arts can shape and enrich our society

    When I was 16, I asked my mom if she wanted to continue her education in California. She had attended high school in the States and had always said that

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  • vo1ss is …

    With the increasingly digitalized world, the mode to which people gather information is changing. Rather than relying on books, magazines and newspapers for intellectual stimulation, we see people drowning themselves

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Conversations with an Oxford Engineer: An Hors d’Oeuvre to Korean Education and Its Future

Louie Han, 19, is a to-be engineer at St. Hilda’s College, Oxford University. Despite his impressive academic record he comes across as a humble, polite young man with a genuine interest in biomechatronics. For this interview he sat down with me to share his insight on his academic career and the Korean educational system in general. “I used to bike

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Yuki, in the making

Walking down the streets of London’s West End, Yuki’s eye glimmer at the sites of all of the theatres around her. “That’s where I first auditioned for RCS! (the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland)” she says proudly, pointing at a building. A year ago, Yuki was a student at Osaka International School (OIS), stressing over her IB exams, and now she’s

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Walking the “Wrong” Path

Three days. That’s all it took. After that I was no longer the model student guaranteed a life among the elites. My name is Yijin Choi. This fall I’ll be enrolling in Indiana University Bloomington to study philosophy, with maybe a minor in physics. Up ‘til here it sounds pretty ordinary, but the journey I had to make has been

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