May 2017

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Announcing Worldwide Student Social's Leadership Team for 2017-2018

2017-2018 Leadership Team for Worldwide Student Social

Board of Directors: Chief, Planning, Senior Advisor
Chief Director: Eunice Ro (12), Seoul Scholars International
Planning Director: Sean Min (11), Calvary Christian Scholars 

Chapter 1: Student Advice Column
Senior Advisor: Jessica Choe (College Freshman), The University of Chicago
Regular Contributor: Joshua Choe (College Sophomore), University of Virginia

Chapter 2: Worldwide Student Social Blog 
Personnel Coordinators
Yongsan International School of Seoul: Yunee Park (12)
Seoul Foreign School: Janice Hahn (12)
Chantilly High School: Janice Choe (12)
Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies: Hanna Hwang (11)
Yeoksam School: Justin Ro (9)
Seoul Scholars International: Hyunjoon Jo (11)
Calvary Christian Scholars: James Kim (10)

Northwood High School: Christine Tai (12)

Chapter 3: Service
All Members are free to partake

Saturday, May 20, 2017

After AP Exams Episode 73

There are certain things that happen to you that you never forget. I am not sure why that is. But I realize it is the fact. Recently, for me, it was the AP exam. About 2 to 3 weeks, my friends and I were on fire and devoted to the AP exam. The process was like working out with a bunch of strenuous and tough tools that you would never use ordinarily. There was no time to think about anything. Your body and mind get numb and you get speechless because of your tiresome routine of AP preparation. When the expected day came, I took the test with great confidence. However, after the exam, I did not have any feeling of presence. I felt empty. The moments of suffering and wailing to my textbook passed by like a flashback. One part of my heart grew as my awe of learning in new areas became deeper.

Eunice Ro (Junior) Seoul Scholars International

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Saturday, May 13, 2017

Career Goals Episode 72

My aspirations for the future are currently held in the field of Psychology. Humans are social creatures, surrounded by other people and connected by relationships. Thus, I hope to explore these relationships, analyze them, and perhaps even find causes of conflict between them. Not only that, as an international school student, I have grown up exposed to an array of differences in age, language, personality, and maturity. I think that this gives me a great launchpad to viewing others in a neutral yet analytical perspective, which is crucial for any psychologist. The possibilities of exploration are endless!

Rachel Kim (Junior) of Yongsan International School of Seoul

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Friday, May 5, 2017

What do you think about the current situation with North Korea and South Korea? Episode 71

I think Kim Jeong Un is simply trying to get attention from other countries and express that they themselves are dangerous and is a strong nation... but in reality their threats are barely threats and the army from America is just out there to protect themselves from the nuclear missile since we all know North Korea will not drop the nuke in Korea unless they're going on a suicide mission. So I think that the current situation is just a small issue that considered big just like trump's election and Park Gun Hae's illegal actions.

Ben Wang (Sophomore) of Dunn School (America)

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