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GPA Investigation Part 1: What is GPA?

GPA Investigation Part 1: What is GPA?

February 17, 2017

What is GPA? Many students in ISB see it as everything to them. Although GPA is only one piece of the puzzle of your college applications and your success in life, it is seen to many as the most vital piece. A good GP...

The IB Grading Scale: Is it a 1 or 7?

January 27, 2017

Recently, ISB’s administration have begun looking at our grading policies (see “A to F or 1 to 7” published on Jan 27th on PantherNation for m...

The Sin of Misinformation

The Sin of Misinformation

January 18, 2017

Pope Francis has recently labeled disinformation as "probably the greatest damage that the media can do". He compared the media’s obsession with scanda...

The System of Injustice

The System of Injustice

December 11, 2016

Let me start right off by apologizing to those that are sick and tired of American politics. I know that having actual news fill the papers is a breath of fresh air from the year-long election race that was filled to ...

How to Survive GCW If You Did Not Get Your First Choice

How to Survive GCW If You Did Not Get Your First Choice

December 6, 2016

  To all high school students: congratulations to everyone who got their first choice, and for the people who did not, we all pray for you.  It is always difficult when you do not get your first choice,  so here...

The Festivity of Recycling

November 25, 2016

With the holidays just around the corner, most franchises know that the best way to rack up money is going to be with anything holiday themed. &nb...

Living Up To The Reputation

Living Up To The Reputation

November 23, 2016

On November 6, 2016, a video of a Thai actor, Nott Akanat, punching a motorcyclist on Charoen Krung Road surfaced on the Internet and went viral. His re...

The ISB Community Reacts to The 2016 Election Results

The ISB Community Reacts to The 2016 Election Results

November 15, 2016

As you all probably know, on November 8, 2016, the citizens of the United States of America voted for whom they saw fit to lead their country. As the dust cle...

The Brazilian Olympic Controversy

The Brazilian Olympic Controversy

November 15, 2016

This year’s Olympics, hosted in Rio De Janeiro, was meant to symbolise worldwide cooperation; a conglomerate of countries putting aside differences in order to show off the prowess of their best athletes. However, t...

Acceptance of Advisory

Acceptance of Advisory

November 15, 2016

As most of you know, ISB has started a new advisory program this year.  As Mr. A has stated, the purpose of this program is to show that ISB is more tha...

Thailand’s 2016 Constitution: Minor Adjustment, Major Change

Thailand’s 2016 Constitution: Minor Adjustment, Major Change

November 9, 2016

On August 7, 2016, a constitutional referendum was held in Thailand and about 40.4 million Thai people showed up to vote. At the referendum, voter...

The U.S. Election’s Biggest Controversies Face Off

The U.S. Election’s Biggest Controversies Face Off

November 3, 2016

Going into election month, two controversies surrounding the candidates have become a topic of hot debate: a certain statement made by the presidential candidate Donald Trump and the misuse of emails by the hands of Hi...

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