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Articles included in this magazine
Leina Pham-The & Dahyun Oh ('25)
Irene Chun ('23)
A timeline of events and issues following the four-year saga of Komuro Mako and her husband, Kei Komuro.
Elizaveta Glushak ('23)
Pearl Dutki ('23)
- book review
Judy Yamamuro ('24)
At the beginning of the year, we warmly welcomed new faculty, staff, and students into our Seisen community. In this article, I will introduce our five new teachers (some fun facts!) at the MS/HS Department, Mr. Patrick, Mr. Emerson, Ms. Alatini, Mr. Lawton, and Ms. Jimenez, and cover their transition into Seisen, thus far.
Yun Suh Lee ('23)
- Social Justice
This opinion piece dives into why artifacts in museums should be repatriated, from one side of the argument. It explores the concept of "repatriation" itself and how the first choice surrounding such situations should be given priority to the main nations involved with case.
- harboring of artifacts
Yunji Chae ('27)
I believe that most of us have tried KFC’s delicious, crispy golden-brown chicken that leaves a savory taste to linger in our mouths – that is, the chicken that is sold at 400 pieces per minute. When we walk into the store, we are immediately welcomed by the ‘face of KFC’: a white-suited grandpa wearing a beaming smile on his face. Yet, many of us may not be aware of how this fast-food chain that we now love came to be. This article will introduce the inspiring yet tragic story of KFC founder Colonel Sanders.
- Colonel Sander
Yui Kurosaki ('23)
As queer representation in the media has evolved over time, how does it present itself in the world in our times right now? This editorial will dive into the queer representation in recent media, with special attention directed towards "Cruella" and "Dinsey's First Gay Character".