Kaleidoscope is SIS’s student-run literary magazine composed of four different sections: Litmag, Scientia, Homines, and Layout. The current co-Editors-in-Chief are Sa Rang Sarah Ju and Yeon-Joon Jordan Kim.
Members collaborate to put together and publish print and web issues on a biannual basis. Each issue is dedicated to a specific theme, with this web issue revolving around anomaly. In Kaleidoscope, members have the opportunity to express themselves creatively through words or design in a deadline-based, workshop-style publication environment that prepares them for Yearbook and/or Tiger Times. Meetings take place on Mondays year-round and no prior writing or layout experience is required.
You can check out the most recent paper copy with the theme balance here:
anom·a·ly | \ ə-ˈnä-mə-lē
1) something different, abnormal, peculiar, or not easily classified
2) deviation from the common rule
Kaleidoscope presents to you the final web issue of our literary magazine as you seek closure for the school year and head off to summer break. The theme for this issue was anomaly, which denotes something that is different or peculiar. Our writers explored different ways with which we can acknowledge and appreciate the abnormalities that we observe in our daily lives. Enjoy and see you in August!
Sa Rang Sarah Ju and Yeon-Joon Jordan Kim, Editors-in-Chief