• SNHS is holding Science Trivia for middle schoolers during ASA time on December 10th.
  • Elementary students are having their Holiday Fun Movie Night from 4:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on December 10th.
  • SKAC MUN is being held at BFS on Saturday, December 11th.
  • NJHS is holding a Donation Drive for Beautiful Store Daegu. Please donate new and gently used clothes, shoes, and books from December 6th through 10th before school.
  • Middle School Student Council will be selling snacks after school from Tuesday to Friday.
  • The SAT test is this Saturday at DIS.
  • World Vision will be selling hot chocolate before school from Monday to Friday.
  • Check out SOAR's Hanukkah display on the 1st floor lobby until December 3rd.
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RSIR members presented with a certificate from a Save the Children representative. Photo by Justin Park.
RSIR's Charity Certified by Save the Children
Eugene Sung and Alyssa Chang December 2, 2021
In an evacuation dubbed as “Operation Miracle,” 390 Afghan refugees were flown to Korea, where they’ve mostly been welcomed by public support. Despite public approval, political criticism of South Korea’s welcoming response has reignited the nation’s long-fought debate on asylum seekers. The issue has reached DIS as well, and RSIR (Research and Services for Immigrants and Refugees), a student-created lunch club raising awareness and funds for those who have come to Korea for a new start, has taken action.
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Graphic design by Alyssa Chang.
Jessica Woo’s Book Review: Dress Coded
Jessica Woo and Alyssa Chang December 2, 2021
“Hello, Fisher Middle School and beyond. My name is Molly Frost, and this is DressCoded: A Podcast.” Everything changes with one audio episode hosted by the protagonist. The book I am reviewing today is Carrie Firestone’s “Dress Coded”, a novel that truly encapsulates the meaning of courage. 
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Korean fans express resentment towards the poor customer service of NCSOFT in front of the Korean National Assembly (Courtesy: DailyCNC). Fans complained that, while customers pay in cash for the new update, the refund was denied while the update disappeared. The final message that concludes the customers argument states, What the customers want is a responsible business.
The Doomed Lineage of Korean Video Games
Dongjin Kim, Alyssa Chang, and Justin Park November 30, 2021
Who is to blame for the state of the domestic gaming industry? The culprits are the three largest game companies in Korea, also referred to as the 3Ns (Nexon, Netmarble, NCsoft). All three corporations are notorious for their greed for money. Like the other two Ns, NCsoft has posed great influence in the Korean game industry. Until the early 2010s, NCsoft was an upstanding company. They published a couple of respectable titles, like Blade & Soul and the PC Lineage series. However, after the grand success of the mobile Lineage franchise - Lineage M and Lineage 2M, things went downhill. 
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CJ Park, a 6th grader at DIS, has been a Jet for the past 6 years. He loves math and science. He partakes in coding and spending time with friends. He also likes to listen to rock music. Some of his favourite...

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