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The Inside Track: Hannah Siegel

The Inside Track: Hannah Siegel

Article by Kai Kurosu, Writer

October 28, 2019

In late September ASIJ graduate Hannah Siegel (‘11) spoke to the high school in the first of this year’s Inside Track presentations. Siegel shared her stories about her high-school experiences here, her college experience at Bates College, and her current role at Rothy’s, a San Francisco-based company t...

Women Take the StuCo Spotlight

Women Take the StuCo Spotlight

Article by Emma Rekate, Writer, Photographer

September 21, 2019

Hanabi is back up and running for the 2019-2020 school year! Now that students have found their rhythm in the new year, take some time to get to know this year's Student Council executives. Last April, the American School in Japan made  history by electing its first entirely female executive Student ...

Spillin’ the Tea on Conservatism at ASIJ

Spillin’ the Tea on Conservatism at ASIJ

Article by Ann-Li Hitosugi and Masa Kawasaki

April 10, 2019

Submission: A lot of the people at ASIJ who lean conservative say that they feel "discriminated against." (I assume they are using the term lightly, but why say it if you don't feel that way to a certain extent?) Why is that? Does this mean because ASIJ tends to lean liberal, people who lean cons...

What’s The TEAlio? Social Groups and Parties at ASIJ

What’s The TEAlio? Social Groups and Parties at ASIJ

Article by Ann-Li Hitosugi and Masa Kawasaki

December 5, 2018

Submission: Why is it that if you don't hang out in the Book Locker Room, you are literally not invited to any parties (no shade intended)? I'm not blaming the BLR people, it's actually a frustration I have with the non-BLR people for being so boring (lol). But seriously tho, everyone knows what's ...

Spillin’ the Tea with Hanabi

Spillin’ the Tea with Hanabi

Article by Ann-Li Hitosugi and Masa Kawasaki

November 13, 2018

Have a pressing issue? An unresolved conflict, also known as “beef”? Or an early-life crisis? Maybe some pent-up angst? Submit your thoughts and opinions, dilemmas and predicaments–all of which we refer to as the “Tea”–to your two favorite Seniors, Ann-Li and Masa, and we will gladly provide you with totally unqualified and unsolicited advice!

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