[Interview] The Interview with HAFS Student Body Presidents

Jae Yeong Jeong, ’20 Following are excerpts from HAFS Harbinger’s interview with Kim JaeWan, Kim Donghyun, and Cho SeoYun. Q: Congratulations on being elected as the president of the school. How do you feel? KJ: First, I feel very thankful towards all the people who’ve voted for me. Although I may have been the only…

From ‘America’s Dad’ to sex offender: Bill Cosby

From ‘America’s Dad’ to sex offender: Bill Cosby Inseo Yeo, ’20 On April 26th, just a day after starting contemplation, the jury in Pennsylvania decided that Cosby was guilty on all three accounts of obscene assault; once known for his genial father figure, Bill Cosby could end up in a prison cell after all. A…

Editorial: Perseverance, Persistence and Prevalence

Editorial: Perseverance, Persistence and Prevalence Kidon Song, ’21 Ever since the Korean peninsula was split into two Koreas from 1953, there were countless arguments about whether North Korea should be acknowledged as a legitimate state or not. Although our ROK Constitution declares that North Korea is a terrorist organization and a revolutionary organization simultaneously, Korean…

The 2018 inter-Korean summit; Peace, a new start

The 2018 inter-Korean summit; Peace, a new start Hanna Chung, ’21 The 2018 inter-Korean has been a great issue in the Korean society these days. The 2018 inter-Korean summit took place on 27 April on the South Korean side of the Joint Security Area between Moon Jae-in, President of South Korea, and Kim Jong-un, Supreme…

[Editorial] Silenced No More

JaeYeong Jeong,’20 Lack of communication leads to mistrust, and distrust leads to conflict. March in HAFS has been quite chaotic, especially because of the radical changes the school suddenly imposed on its system. The unprecedented Wi-Fi situation that limited the students’ access of the school internet left many students dumbfounded, the school gym renewal and…