Spring 2020 Magazine Edition
From the Seisen Post Editors:
Not only have we strived to highlight topics that may pique your interest and lighten your lives, but also to make this issue as student-directed as possible, which is why we have included an IB and EE advice column for current sophomores and juniors. Amidst the chaos we have been experiencing lately, it must be difficult to grasp a sense of direction for the upcoming school year, but we hope this will guide you.
We would like to thank everyone that has made this possible, notably Miss Oxley, Ms. Nitu, the Seisen Administration, our layout editor Seoyoon Chang, and last but not least, our wonderful writers. Coordinated by Juniors Miffy Hori and Luna Kanagawa, on behalf of the Seisen Post, we sincerely hope that you have enjoyed our first magazine issue.
This article focuses on the decline in Japan's birth rates, a crucial matter in recent years, and how COVID-19 has impacted the situation.
This article explores the accomplishments of Ruth Bader Ginsburg during the time she served as the U.S. Supreme Court Justice, mainly on women's rights and gender equality.
An article covering Kamala Harris' childhood and career breaking down her main sources of inspiration for delving into the world of politics.