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ASIJ’s Community of Journalism

ASIJ’s Community of Journalism

Article by Tei Kim, Section Editor June 8, 2022

In the last few months of the school year, the Hanabi leadership team worked with Grade 2 teacher Ms. Liao and Grades 4-5 students to create the Elementary School’s first student publication, The Elementary...

A March Toward Greater Gender Equality

A March Toward Greater Gender Equality

Article by Tei Kim, Section Editor April 4, 2022

Occuring every March, Women’s History Month celebrates the contributions of women to history and society. The celebration of women’s history began in 1978, originally called “Women’s History Day.”...

New HS Graduation Requirements for the Class of 2026

New HS Graduation Requirements for the Class of 2026

Article by Tei Kim, Section Editor April 4, 2022

As we have been going through course registrations, you may have become more aware of ASIJ’s High School Learning Framework for the next academic year. There are a plethora of different classes available...

Wise Words From Soon-to-be Graduates

Wise Words From Soon-to-be Graduates

Article by Olivia Saroukos, Writer March 2, 2022

With less than 100 days left of school, the departure of the ASIJ Class of ‘22 is imminent. I asked them how they felt about graduating, and for reflections on their overall experience in high school. How...

ASIJ TV: Kyogen Performance

ASIJ TV: Kyogen Performance

Article by Aryaman Singh, Writer February 21, 2022

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V21alvhbxuU A staple of Japanese Nohgaku theatre, Kyogen are short comedic plays that describe the lives of ordinary people in medieval Japan. While Noh plays are more...

Humans of ASIJ: Connor Corrigan

Humans of ASIJ: Connor Corrigan

Article by Take Zoot, Lead Editor February 1, 2022

What's something you can’t live without? I think my friends, to be honest. They keep me motivated because a lot of them are ambitious. Whenever I’m feeling lazy, I think to myself, “How am I ever...

COVID-19 and ASIJ: Uncertainty in Omicron Times

COVID-19 and ASIJ: Uncertainty in Omicron Times

Article by Tei Kim, Section Editor January 18, 2022

Over the course of 2021, COVID-19 indeed proved itself a formidable enemy to the ASIJ community. In January, we saw a sudden transition from the Hybrid model to Distance Learning, due to a sudden...

Learning to Save Lives

Learning to Save Lives

Article by Olivia Saroukos, Writer December 2, 2021

A unique course at ASIJ, Lifeguarding teaches the skills required to save lives. Students who take the course become certified lifeguards at the end of the semester. As a current lifeguard in-training,...

That’s a Wrap for Fall Sports!

That’s a Wrap for Fall Sports!

Article by Joseph Llamzon December 1, 2021

As the autumn ends, so has this year’s fall sports season. Packed with wins, losses, and weeks of rigorous training across all teams, many athletes are bound to view this past season as a memorable one. The...

The Return of School Events

The Return of School Events

Article by Noah Chie, Writer November 7, 2021

After more than a year of waiting, many students, including myself, were finally able to experience a close-to-perfect Spirit Week, originally held yearly during October. When I entered the lobby doors...

Humans of ASIJ: Tariq Qazi

Humans of ASIJ: Tariq Qazi

Article by Rui Serizawa, Writer November 7, 2021

How long have you been at ASIJ? “I am currently a sophomore. I have been here since kindergarten, with my twin sister, Nadia.” What are you passionate about?  “I like to swim. I swim year-round....

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