Update : 2017.09.08  Fri  No : 488
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Reportage
A Glimpse into the Korean War, Abai Village
“If the reunion of the separated family could be held on the day of two anniversaries, it would pave the way for a meaningful start for communal respect between two Kor ..
2017.09.08  No : 488 By Moon Chae-un
News Briefing
88 Percent Cut Back The Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education announced that teacher hiring will be cut by 88 percent because of the steadily decreasing number of students and retiring teachers.The announcement met with heavy criticism from the prospective graduates with teaching degrees whose c ..
2017.09.08  No : 488 By Lee Sei-yon
News Briefing
The Rainbow Has Not Yet Come to Korea?
On June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that marriage between the same sex is constitutional. At that time, many South Korean Facebook users participated in the ..
2017.06.19  No : 487 By Lee Jae-won
Round Talk
Interview that Makes Everyone Special
What was on your wish-list when you came to college? Did you have any expectations for your future college life? These feelings are probably related to your yearning to b ..
2017.06.19  No : 487
Cover Story
Freedom of the Press VS. Defamation : Which one is right?
“What caused this situation in South Korea is the press which did not perform their role,” said Choi Seung-ho, a producer of the Korean news outlet, NewsTapa when the m ..
2017.05.23  No : 486 Lee Jae-won
Election 2017
New President Moon Jae-in
By Lee Jae-won Editor-in-Chief ..
2017.05.23  No : 486 Lee Jae-won
News Briefing
Review: The 19th Presidential Election of South Korea
For The Argus readers, we publish a comparison table on the strong and weak points of the major candidates for the May 9 presidential election. Even if you see this table after the election, it might help you understand how these candidates were strong and weak in becoming the new president. By ..
2017.05.23  No : 486 Lee Jae-won
Voice of Wisdom
Northeast Asia Sees Escalating Arms Race
- Main Job for New South Korean Leader Is to Keep Balance The arms race in Northeast Asia is escalating amid growing tensions over challenging issues such as North Korea ..
2017.05.23  No : 486 Jun Ji-hye
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Broken Trust toward Student
Let the Truth Guide Us to J
If There Is a Will, There I
A Student's Grumblings
Being True to Your Desires
Does Blind Hiring Blind Dis
HUFS, QS Successfully Held
HUFS, KOTRA Open Up Opportu
 
Opinion  
Editorial
Let the Truth Guide Us to Justice
HUFSan's Voice
A Student's Grumblings
Eye of The Argus
Does Blind Hiring Blind Discrimination?
Road Casting
How Was Your Summer Vacation?
Opinion
Rewinding the First Semester of Freshman Life
Opinion
Repetition of What Happened Last Winter in South Korea
Newsdesk  
HUFS, QS Successfully Held Academic Gathering
HUFS, KOTRA Open Up Opportunities for Future Trade Experts
HIMUN Discusses Int’l Order Amid Protectionism
HUFSan Wins LPGA Championships
HUFS Provides Volunteers’ Education for PyeongChang Olympics
HUFS Prof. Kim Hyun-jong Named as Trade Minister
HUFS Hosts Global Esperanto Competition
HUFS Book Inspires Interest in Goethe
GSIT Prof. Becomes First Council Member of FIT
HUFS Invites Linguistics Expert
Campus  
Cover Story
Broken Trust toward Student Councils
Dating on Sunday
If There Is a Will, There Is a Way
National  
Reportage
A Glimpse into the Korean War, Abai Village
News Briefing
Culture  
Youth Casting
Being True to Your Desires Is Not Wrong
In-depth on Culture
Independent PDs Need Protective Film
Photo Essay
The Road to Mt. Geumgang
A Cartoon
It Is Not Yours!