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A Dummy’s Guide to AP World History - insights and advice
The New Bell Schedule: How HKIS Students Feel About It
Band Concert - Something Like Magic
Librarian Dive Bombing Student Laptops Has Become a Regular Event
Give Other Wars the Same Attention We Give The Ukraine Conflict
The Important Duty of Journalists
Why Liz Truss Failed
Is Democracy Expanding in the World Today?
CARES ACT Impact on the American Economy
Evaluating Germany’s €130 Billion COVID-19 Aid Package
Semiconductor Market 2021
The Truman Show: A Show Within A Movie
Popular Shows from Quarantine
Criminal Minds: A Must-Watch
Have Executive Orders Expanded the Power of the Presidency Too Much?
Are US Elections Free and Fair?
Is requiring a face mask truly an infringement on rights/liberties?
Has social media helped or hindered democracy?
America’s Broken Democracy: Implications of Capitol Hill
Model Pew Club Poll Finds Swimming to be the Most ‘Torturous’ PE Unit
New Rule Forbidding Plexiglass on Floor After 16 Injuries ‘Back’-fires
Sycophantic Students: Who Is to Blame?
The Royal Family’s Colonial Past
Fornite’s Big Mistake
How the Coronavirus Disproportionately Affects the Hong Kong Working Poor
Biden As President
Senioritis Is Justified
8 Foreign Language Films to Watch during Quarantine
Modern Family, a Changed First Impression
Frozen 2 Reviewed
Hijacking Your Own Brain - Why You Should Stop Watching TikTok
Award Shows Are a Joke
Overturning of Roe v Wade - Its History and What It Means for the Future
Asian American Representation in the Media
GrubHub’s Saving Face on Twitch
HKIS Media Department Encourages Lovelin to Get Snapchat Amid Online School Disconnect
Virtual Learning a Success, Not without Limitations
Sanctuary Nightmares: The Injustice of US Immigration Policy
Rungate: Monday Straight Story
Venom Movie Review
Tiger King’s Joe Exotic Is Compelling — for All the Wrong Reasons
Rick and Morty Back for Season 4
What You Need to Know About US Midterms
How Social Media Has Altered the Political Landscape
It’s Time to Change How We Look at Juvenile Offenders