Month: January 2015

IOP Tips

Article By: Alice Ye Only three weeks into the second semester, many ISM students are still trying to adjust their sleep schedules and accept the fact that winter break is over, but for the IBHL English Literature juniors, the third week of second semester brings their intimidating Independent Oral Presentations (IOP’s), an especially nerve-wracking assessment, […]


Referee Resentment

Article by: Abhi Kottamasu In the world of sports reign some of the most talented, criticized, misunderstood, intelligent, and most trusted people, the referees. As a volunteer game official, a referee must undergo a multitude of trials toward a formal certification prior to engage in the most challenging endeavor, which is to manage players and game […]


Making the Blind See

Article by: Lucas Ramos While technology is a convenient and useful a boon for most of us, we sometimes wonder how it can benefit the disabled- especially the blind. Fortunately, there are many researchers who have considered this and are working hard to help these people access major developments in technology as many of us have. […]