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The Student News Site of The American School in Japan

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The Student News Site of The American School in Japan

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The Path Ahead: A Conversation with Dr. Hardin (Part 3)

The Path Ahead: A Conversation with Dr. Hardin (Part 3)

Article by Sena Chang, Editor March 14, 2023

As AI continues to revolutionize aspects of society, education must keep pace. Dr. Hardin recognizes the importance of staying ahead of the curve in these fast-changing times. He believes that the responsibility...

The Pursuit of Truth and an Educated Mind: A Conversation with Dr. Hardin (Part 2)

The Pursuit of Truth and an Educated Mind: A Conversation with Dr. Hardin (Part 2)

Article by Sena Chang, Editor March 2, 2023

Is an educational apocalypse nigh? As technology develops, educators have expressed concern over the AI revolution, penning premature obituaries for everything from the modern English essay to traditional...

Illustration by Hana Ito

Mr. Nguyen: The Psychology of Race

Article by Ryne Hisada, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2023

In a sentence, what is Black History Month? Dignity: it's really about celebrating a very, dignified response from a group of people to injustice. I’ve been hearing the term “celebrating” a...

Illustration by Hana ito

Ms. Krauth: Celebrating Black History in Japan

Article by Ryne Hisada, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2023

In a sentence, what is Black History Month? Obviously, I'm into the historical answer to that: it’s a 1920s movement to give African Americans the history—the real history—they never had.? That...

Illustration by Hana Ito

Mr. Milton: Black American History

Article by Ryne Hisada, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2023

In a sentence, what is Black History Month? Its intentions are positive; it's to correct an incomplete storytelling of a country.? Historiography is about how the more information we have, the better...

Illustration by Hana Ito

Three Lenses to Examine Black History Month

Article by Ryne Hisada, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2023

Black history is an overwhelmingly complex and voluminous topic of study. Black History Month (i.e. the process of celebrating Black history) is equally nuanced and intricate. What does it mean to celebrate...

How Will AI Shape an ASIJ Education? A Conversation with Dr. Hardin (Part 1)

How Will AI Shape an ASIJ Education? A Conversation with Dr. Hardin (Part 1)

Article by Sena Chang, Editor February 22, 2023

The recent launch of ChatGPT, a predictive text artificial intelligence that can generate stunningly human-like responses to different prompts, has sweeping implications for educational institutions worldwide....

Professor Ken Rogerson

Navigating a Completely New Field

Article by Nathan Michels, Section Editor November 12, 2022

This is part of a continuing series of interviews with academics from leading U.S universities.? How should the internet be regulated? How does social media affect our daily lives? How can we protect...

Behind the Scenes with Mr. Gilmartin

Behind the Scenes with Mr. Gilmartin

Article by Jolie Rivet October 29, 2021

When theater comes to mind, people often think of the actors who have belted out an amazing performance or captivated the audience with their words. However, the equally valuable and necessary work of...

Our Bus Drivers - Who They Are

Our Bus Drivers – Who They Are

We see them every day. They’re an integral part of the ASIJ community, making sure we get to school and return home safely. We know them as our bus drivers, but they are so much more. In honor of staff...

Diving into Social and Emotional Learning with Dr. Augustine

Diving into Social and Emotional Learning with Dr. Augustine

Article by Marine Savoure, Writer October 13, 2020

It’s the end of the day, students streaming out of the entryway towards the buses that will take them home. Near the roundabout is Dr. Augustine, our new associate principal. Seeing him ahead, I wave....

The Psychology of Isolation: Student Reactions to COVID-19

The Psychology of Isolation: Student Reactions to COVID-19

Article by Sylvan Lebrun, Writer April 28, 2020

A time that will make it into history books is usually not an easy time to be alive.? This is without a doubt a year that will be described as “tragic” and “eventful” by later academics, a...

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