Special Thanks to the Seniors!
Thank you to Jenny and Nene!
This year at the Seisen Post, although there were changes from the previous year with a new set of leading seniors and new advisors, we were able to have great successes. The Journalism team would like to thank Mr. Bevan, the preceding organizer, for establishing a good environment for the Seisen Post to thrive, Ms. Oxley, for being a great guiding figure in terms of both the organization and aiding us with the content of our articles, as well as providing constant guidance.
The many articles written and published by the Seisen Post showcase school spirit, the diversity and creativity of Seisen students, as well as the student’s own perspectives on issues ranging from the ethnic persecution of minorities, to foods from different cultures, to the environmental problems we face today.
The 2019 Seniors in particular were a great driving force for the Journalism team. Jenny. N and Nene. H are hugely appreciated, with their consistent efforts to encourage students to write, publish, and explore different topics, both related to school and not. Being a part of the Seisen Post requires persistence and patience, as well as organization, but with the 12th graders that were in charge, we were able to breeze through the year with ease. For the newcomers, they provided astounding assistance in everything ranging from finding angles, to intricacies in writing and grammar.
On the surface, writing may seem like an individual sport that requires very little means. Contrary to this belief, being a part of Journalism is a collective effort that undeniably takes time, technique, and many levels in depth of understanding of the given topic that is being written about. Not to mention, the technicalities regarding fine-tuning and the visuals demand commitment, much of which is with thanks to the Seniors.
Again, we thank the two seniors of 2019 for the dedication and effort they have been putting forth. We hope for further success in journalism in the 2019-2020 school year.
Thank you Jenny and Nene!
Thank you to Jenny and Nene!
We wind back the clock to investigate the origin of the annual St. Raphaela Day of service.
This is a movie review for the Greatest Showman (2018).
This article covers the cultural aspects of the Grade 8 Hiroshima trip.
This article captures the triumphant role of social media in senior prank day.
The Grade 10 students visited Kyoto and Nara on a 4 days/3 nights trip and explored Japanese culture and strengthen bonds between their friends.
The Spring Musical features the 1947 musical comedy production, "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown". Three students from Seisen were cast, and all put forth an excellent performance! The students share their inputs on overcoming obstacles, as well as their motivation to audition for the musical.
The Uyghurs are being eradicated of their ethnic identity. Here's how this started.
The issues posed by climate change, including the outbreak of anthrax
A new taiwanese in Sangenjaya soft-serve cafe boasts over 100 unique flavors.
All the changes in Seisen since 2018 summer.
An insight on what exactly the API cross country trip entails.
The annual Christmas Concert at St. Mary's was a success. Here are the voices from two singers, what it feels like to be new and how it feels to say goodbye.
How has the policy evolved over the years and what should we do to navigate through the complicated controversy that currently surrounds it?
Both seniors and freshmen describe what the first MUN conference of the year was like and how it helped them in their MUN skills.
The annual brain bowl competition provides a wonderful opportunity for Seisen students to adapt to various learning and life skills.
First of the "Just Seisen Things" comic series.
The 2018 FON featured new booths, along with the classics, ending another year with success!
In our constantly evolving world, with technology easily replacing manpower, how can we ready the next generation, if we tie them down to the current norms? This article explores the lack of creativity in our current educational systems, and the importance of reshaping the mindsets of people on the creative arts
The Grade 11ʻs kicked start their school year with a canyons trip and bonded with friends.