ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • SKAC ES Basketball Divisional @DIS on May 4th.
  • No school on May 1st.
  • Mini College Fair on April 22nd from 9:20-9:40.
  • Don't forget your spirit shirts on Friday.
The Student News Site of Daegu International School

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Daegu International School's student news site
ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • SKAC ES Basketball Divisional @DIS on May 4th.
  • No school on May 1st.
  • Mini College Fair on April 22nd from 9:20-9:40.
  • Don't forget your spirit shirts on Friday.
The Student News Site of Daegu International School

Jets Flyover

The Student News Site of Daegu International School

Jets Flyover

Ms. Lualhati dives into elasticity through the scientific lens. Her unique approach opens up new minds.
TEDxYouth stretches young minds
Annie Cho and Justin Huh April 16, 2024
The TEDxYouth group showcased unique minds who shared their valuable experiences and nuggets of wisdom through inspirational speeches on March 13th. The club and the advisor, Ms. Loutsch, organized the event for the third consecutive year post-COVID. 
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Yangro-Won Photo Service Club members Ryan Oh, Lewis Kim, and Jackson Chiang in 11th grade spread smiles across seniors faces while taking memorial pictures.
From lens to legacy
Anna Yoon, Writer • April 4, 2024
Fifth graders Aiden Hwang and Akari Kojima design their very own turtle. Hwang carefully glues the bottle caps onto the cardboard, adding final touches. Kojima lends him a hand.
Greenpeace pops off bottle caps
Jessica Woo, Managing Editor • April 3, 2024
Mrs. Je squats down to take a photo with her favorite animal – a golden retriever. She met the dog in front of a Gukbap restaurant. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Je.
Mrs. Je’s Journey: Student-teacher to dedicated educator
Leewen Wang, Writer • February 29, 2024
From successful student intern to elementary art teacher and now fourth-grade homeroom teacher, Mrs. Je starts a new chapter of her life at DIS as a math and science teacher. When she arrives home, she coddles her toddler and focuses on her role as a mother. With great insight into her trade, Mrs. Je reveals why she came back to the DIS community. 
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Illustration by Elisa Triolo.
Solo Sanctuary or Social Suite
Jules Youn, Writer • February 28, 2024
Bus attendants Yong Suk Han and Jin Seon Hong stand outside to interact with the students when After School Activities ends.
Don’t throw them under the bus
Daniel Beck, Writer • December 12, 2023
Modern day shoegaze inspired by My Bloody Valentine’s Loveless.
Highlights: Alternative darlings of the 21st century
Nadia Woo, Writer • March 31, 2024
In December 2023, a Youtube duo known for their vast music content under the channel name NEOPUNKFM coined the phrase “zoomergaze”. This helped to categorically manage a specific style of the countless present-day artists generally shoehorned into the umbrella term of “alternative rock”. Alternative and indie music have encountered a sudden rise in mainstream media under the subjective direction of the pandemic. However, zoomergaze music has been around for years. The genre is mostly considered by enjoyers as revival grunge sometimes mixed in with hyperpop, and the hidden antecedents of this new style deserve their acknowledgement as the kings and queens of an even dreamier, grungier, and more innovative era. And of course, experimental music is nothing without the concept of cult bands.
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#TikTokraisedme
#TikTokraisedme
Sally Lee, Writer • March 25, 2024
Illustration by Christine Park.
No Place Like Home: Back to Denmark
Elisa Triolo, Writer and Illustrator • March 18, 2024
The cheese-covered sandwiches stand tall on the table, complimenting the chili con carne. Mika Lee describes the mac and cheese as “the best I have ever had — even better than the one I had overseas.” Photo by Sol Sakong.
Cheat Day at Cheat Deli
Kaylie Jeong, Writer • March 12, 2024
Flyover editors take the Hogwarts test together. Luna, Selina, and Jessica belong in Slytherin, and Dylan and Cath belong in Ravenclaw.
Jets Flyover Staff Poll 2024
Catherine Park, Editor in Chief • April 5, 2024
We type, we talk, and we tinker. The Flyover staff works day and night to pump out content for Fridays that covers everything from school news to heavy opinion pieces. So what’s going on behind the door of room 309? Read on to find out what our editors, writers, and illustrators in the fourth period journalism class think about their jobs and special memories with peers. 
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Graphic by Hailey Tzou and Sunny Oh.
The Trouble with Textbooks
Justin Huh, Writer • February 29, 2024
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Students, student coaches, teachers, and parents look forward to next years DIS volleyball cup. Laughter fills the gym as the camera shutters as the crowd goes back home, satisfied with the event.
Elementary athletes serve up some fun
Luna Kang, Section Editor • April 18, 2024
Sophomore Ali Karam jumps for joy as junior Harrison Sung celebrates Alis monster goal. The boys soak up the rain but they seem happy to escape indoor play for the last few minutes of practice.
Soccer season kicks off with an early start
Ethan Rossmeisl, Sports Editor • April 4, 2024
After they secured the ticket to the semis, the Jets shook hands with NLCS players. DIS stayed humble and respectful regardless of the outcome.
Jets volleyball ends the season with a KISAC trophy
Alex Seo, Writer • April 3, 2024
After a steal, Juan Cortez (number 19) goes for a fast break and pushes towards the basket. HIS defender hustles back and attempts a hard block. Juan manages to shoulder the opponent and go up for a strong layup.
Varsity basketball seizes the crown in Gyeongnam
Ethan Rossmeisl, Writer • March 26, 2024
All-star player Apple Jun zooms past the D for a layup. The turnover narrows the score gap between the two teams. It serves as a stepping stone for a chance to win the match.
Basketball Jets clinch third in SKAC for two consecutive years
Annie Cho and Bonnie Kim March 19, 2024
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Fun
Ms. Nagy shows the class her compatibility chart — ESTJs gets an F and ESTPs an A.
Jets Tailspin: Teachers start giving PowerSchool grades based on MBTI scores.
Selina Son, Section Editor • March 25, 2024
Miss Downie’s name is not Miss. It’s Nicole!
Jets Tailspin: Elementary schoolers’ minds blown — they find teachers have first names too
Selina Son, Section Editor • March 14, 2024
Comic: The Struggling Senior
Comic: The Struggling Senior
Catherine Park, Editor in Chief • March 3, 2024
Which dog breed am I?
Which dog breed am I?
Mary Cho, Illustrator • February 22, 2024
Comic: Best Senior Privileges
Comic: Best Senior Privileges
Christine Park, Illustrator • January 31, 2024
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Juan on Wang Episode 3: Ping Pong
Juan on Wang Episode 3: Ping Pong
Dylan Wang, Juan Cortez, and June Park April 10, 2024
Clicks and Balances: Navigating Screen Time
Clicks and Balances: Navigating Screen Time
Jackson Chiang and Sean Kim April 10, 2024
Jet Stream March 29th, 2024
Jet Stream March 29th, 2024
Serena Travers and Raina Lee March 31, 2024
Jet Stream March 21st, 2024
Jet Stream March 21st, 2024
Sean Kim and Hailey Tzou March 25, 2024
DIS Jets SKAC Full Tournament Highlights | February 28, 2024 | Varsity Boys Basketball
DIS Jets SKAC Full Tournament Highlights | February 28, 2024 | Varsity Boys' Basketball
June Park, Dylan Wang, and Juan Cortez March 17, 2024
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