#RELATABLE: Wolf Reads Edition

This article was a collaboration piece between Saloni (G11) and Janice (G11). We’re back with #RELATABLE and for avid book readers, this one’s especially for you. When the chapter book ends with a cliffhanger 2. When it’s 3 in the morning but you still don’t know who the murderer is 3. When you accidentally read…

KIS SPOTLIGHT: Personal Project (Oscar)

I’m back again with another personal project interview, with this time’s victim being Oscar! Oscar is doing a very unique personal project, which is very personal to him. This could hopefully serve as an idea for anyone watching…?

The Wolf’s Howl |6O|

Hi there. Here’s another list of songs for this week. There’s no particular theme or anything, but it’s all good music for sure. Enjoy! 😁 Mura Masa – Miss You Artist(s): Mura Masa Album: Soundtrack to a Death Year: 2014 Genre(s): Rap, Hip-hop (It really escapes me how this song is any of these genres) Thoughts: This kind of music is quite…

#RELATABLE: Situations everyone went through in PYP

As a student who has been learning at KIS for many years, I vividly remember my moments in PYP – some made me smile and most made me cringe. If you were once dressed in plaid blue skirts/shorts or even striped dresses/dark blue bottoms, then you’ll most likely be able to recall all x moments…

How To Write About New Zealand

When writing about New Zealand, you should use Māori words in your title to make the islands sound more exotic. A good way to do this is to refer to New Zealand as “Aotearoa.” By doing this not only are you making New Zealand sound more fascinating but also demonstrating that you have a strong…

Wolf Reads: The Night Circus

Author: Erin Morgenstern Imagine yourself as a beautiful red apple, being dipped into a pool of the most luscious caramel you could ever imagine. When you emerge from the pool of caramel, you find yourself in a circus, the air around you overflowing with the caramel’s aroma. You find the circus filled with various different…

How To Write About Fiji

As part of our G11 English (Language and Literature) class, we had to pastiche an essay entitled How To Write About Africa by Kenyan author Binyavanga Wainaina. It’s short and very entertaining so I suggest you take a look. A few of the pastiches will be featured on KIS Today. *** The following pastiche is written…

#RELATABLE: KIS Starter Pack

Today’s #RELATABLE article is heavily inspired by the starter kits that come as packets to assist people who’s doing something for the first time ie: a computer starter kit to help someone learn about basic computer tools. Of course, it had to become a running meme on twitter –  they started to make starter packs…

KIS SPOTLIGHT: G10 Personal Project

It’s that time of the year for the Grade 10s again, a time of suffering, overall lack of sleep, and death. That’s right; it’s time for personal projects. As a representative of those soon-to-be-suffering Grade 10s, I have made it my mission to interview my friends in the form of short 1-2 minute videos about…

Movie Review: Spider-Man Homecoming

     The idea of having a 15-year-old boy in a red and blue suit swinging around from building to building and from street to street sounds quite absurd, doesn’t it? Apparently not.     Everyone, or at least the vast majority of the world, knows who Spider-Man is. However, if you are a part…

Book vs Movie: Divergent

This article is a collaborative piece between Sai (G10) and Saloni (G11). When it was first released Divergent was immensely popular with the YA crowd, until the release of its terrible sequels, Insurgent and Allegiant. Regardless of the direction the series took, there’s no denying the fact that the first book was entertaining. The separation of people into…

The Wolf’s Howl |7S|

A few people suggested that I should base the next Wolf’s Howl on older music, so here it is! Serving up some nostalgia for those who actually know these songs. And better range in music for those who don’t. Have fun 😁 *You might need to log out of your school account for the YouTube…