Update : 2016.12.08  Thu  No : 483
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Editorial
Fact, Like Fiction
There was once a queen who had a best friend with whom she shared every part of her life. For her friend’s personal benefit, the queen abused her authority which should have been used for national affairs only. Not only this, part of p ..
Eye of The Argus
Unfair Trade Ruins Fair Competition
Several companies are suspected to be forced by Choi Soon-sil and her people to unfairly provide work to some companies in which they are involved. When some companies are involved in unfair trade, the Fair Trade Commission (FTC) accus ..
Road Casting
How Was Your 2016?
It feels like 2016 started a couple days ago, but time flies and now we are preparing for another new year. The Argus wondered what would be the most impressive memory to HUFSans this year and what they are going to do next year. Four ..
Markets as a Means to Meet and Mingle
Today, “shopping” sketches a scene of neatly lined-up piles and aisles of products, and customers select items according to their needs and wants. Combined with technological advancement, they are also provided with comprehensive informatio ..
 
Be Free of Your Worries
Young people live with concerns. They worry about their loves, grades, futures and feel the difficulties of human relationships. They really need and want some advice or to be taken into someones? confidence, but it is difficult for them to do these in this tough and heartless world. Also, at some point, people think that visiting counselors is a last resort and should be done only when they have ..
 
Candles Say,“You Did It, President Park”
“She did it!” This is what young kids commonly say when they did something bad by themselves or with their friend, to put the blame solely on their friend. Sadly, this common defensive mechanism, which is very useful in shifting responsibility away from ourselves, is less available to use as we age and go out into the world. That is because the world does not tolerate those who try to evade resp ..
 
 
Fact, Like Fiction
Markets as a Means to Meet
Unfair Trade Ruins Fair Com
How Was Your 2016?
The 2016 Argusian Editors’
Be Free of Your Worries
Candles Say,“You Did It, Pr
Unpreparedness for an Earth
 
Opinion  
Editorial
Fact, Like Fiction
Eye of The Argus
Unfair Trade Ruins Fair Competition
Road Casting
How Was Your 2016?
Editors’ Postscripts
The 2016 Argusian Editors’ Postscripts
Opinion
Unpreparedness for an Earthquake
Opinion
How to Prepare for an Earthquake
A Cartoon
Merry Christmas
Newsdesk  
HUFSans Denounce Influence of Choi Soon-sil
College of Business and Economics Withdraws Embezzled Money
Raon Performs Its 1st Musical
HUFS Hosts 2016 Student Academic Conference of  College of English
College of Oriental Languages Has Its New Name: College of Asian Language & Culture
Seoul Campus Fails to Hold GSC Election while Global Campus Suceeds
Dept. of Thai Holds Its 50th Anniversary Celebration
Suspected Explosives Found in Globeedorm Turns out to be Trash
HUFS Holds Its 3rd International Cup
Sudanic Foreign Minister Gives a Special Lecture
Campus  
How about you
HUFS Career Design: How Was It?
The Argus Prize
The Argus Prize, 2016 Essay Contest
National  
People
Be Free of Your Worries
Reportage
Candles Say,“You Did It, President Park”
News Briefing
Culture  
Cover Story
Markets as a Means to Meet and Mingle
Cover Story
Befriend a Marche@ Friend, Lee Bo-eun
Review
The Fall of Youth
Photo Essay
Treacherous Screen Doors