By Phoebe Lim “Ildefonso was in love. He was so in love [with symbols and words],” Susan Schaller, an interpreter fluent in ASL, describes a man utterly without language, having been born deaf, comprehending the link between objects and their names for the first time. Schaller walked into her first class to bring sign language […]Read more "Thought and Language"
By Tiffany Chen Sino-American trade war, Brexit, Turkey’s trend of secularization, U.S. tension with Iran and the polarization of American politics further escalated by Trump’s victory four years ago and his foreign policy adjustment all points to one issue: the economic slack is leading to the rise of conservatism worldwide. Liberalism’s voice weakens while realism […]Read more "2020, a Crossroad in International Relations"
By The Socially Awkward Podcast In this episode of The Socially Awkward Podcast, Emma chats with Dorothea Wong, the founder of Kallos about her homeschooling journey and her thoughts on friendship, love, and family. Tune in to The Socially Awkward Podcast on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/sociallyawkwardpodcast Follow The Socially Awkward Podcast: @the.sociallyawkwardpodcast Follow The Homeschool Gazette: @sghomeschoolgazetteRead more "Girl Talk: Relationships – A Dash of Intentionality"
An interview with 2019 Homeschool Convention speaker, Eve Sam. A Malaysian Chinese mother of two, Eve sits down with The Homeschool Gazette to share about her keynote speech and inspiration. Jessica Shepherd: Thank you for sharing with us. Last year you spoke at the 2019 Homeschool convention, your topic was “Stillness in the unknown”. In […]Read more "Eve Sam"
Caleb Tupili was one of the first ever High School Day (HSD) speakers at the 2019 Homeschool Convention. The Homeschool Gazette sits down with him as he shares about his presentation and HSD experience. Jessica Shepherd: Thanks for sharing with us, Caleb. You were one of seven speakers who shared at the very first High […]Read more "Caleb Tupili"
Natalie King spoke in 2019 at the Homeschool Convention. The Homeschool Gazette sits down with her as she shares about her keynote speech and inspiration. Jess Kuan: Thank you for joining us! What was it like speaking at the previous Convention? Natalie King: A welcome challenge and awesome reward. Scary, but entirely worth it! I […]Read more "Natalie King"
Written by Natasha Lim Edited by Eunice Tan You feel that familiar flutter in your stomach as your heart begins to thump loudly and a strange heat spreads across your face. Immediately, you wrack your brains, trying to recall the advice you’ve frantically Googled a thousand times before. Should I say hi? How do I […]Read more "How to Tell If Your Crush Likes You"