Learning to Love, Loving to Learn

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.

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“How dare you!”: Young people are rising up for a better, more eco-friendly world
"How International is the International Baccalaureate (IB) at Seisen?"
“I had stomached watching excessive use of force for years” — An Interview with an Ex-Officer
Police Brutality Needs to Stop; Police Reforms Need to Happen
Thoughts on Privilege and Anti-Racist Reform in International Schools in a Time of Change
Why Do People DREAM?
How To Prepare For Musical Auditions
Phoenix on the Rise: Chiang Mai Basketball Tournament Champions
All About the Coronavirus
Engaging with Nature: Grade 7 Ski Trip
Putting an End to Corporate Greed: Woke Capitalism
Wheelchair Basketball with Shinji Negi
Uganda: The Pearl of Africa
What It's Like to Be a Counsellor
What Japanese History Lessons Leave Out; How Japanese Education Encourages Hatred Towards its Neighboring Nations 
Designer Babies, The Key To A Better Developed World
The Argument for Trump's Impeachment
Emotional Yet Exciting Day with the JV Volleyball Team
The Enemy of Humanity and our Earth: Petrochemicals

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Seisen Post Magazine: February 2020