Update : 2018.06.12  Tue  No : 495
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Cover Story
How Was the Korean Spring Seen from the Outside?
Ever since Kim Jong-un, supreme leader of North Korea, took power after his father, Kim Jong-il, died, concerns over North Korea have never played second fiddle to any ot ..
2018.06.12  No : 495 By Moon Chae-un / By Bidogaeva Maria
The Argus Prize
The Argus Prize 2018 English Essay Contest
Last month, The Argus hosted the essay contest for HUFSans. Undergraduate students wrote 700-800 word essays choosing from one of the four topics: #MeToo movement, Fourth Industrial Revolution, University Education, and Campus Journalism. A great many students submitted their writings, showing the ..
2018.06.12  No : 495
The Argus Prize
Finding My Ithaca
I walk towards an empty seat in a lecture hall filled with students who were as eager and nervous as I was. I watch the professor enter the room and open his laptop, just as he must have for the past few years. Of course, he probably knows that the large room, fresh faces, and the intense atmosphe ..
2018.06.12  No : 495
The Argus Prize
Why Young Humanities Majors Still Have Hope in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is seldom a palatable topic for students of liberal arts. We vaguely share the fear that rapid advances in technological frontiers, namely Artificial Intelligence, will eat into jobs that are currently claimed by humans. It does not help that we’re having the tough ..
2018.06.12  No : 495
The Argus Prize
#MeToo, Small Fingers Make a Big Change
People who use any type of social networking service may have seen #MeToo as it is not only fairly apparent in different kinds of SNS, but also in newspaper or other media. And yet, Me Too campaign is not a casual or faddish hashtag, but a catalyst for a significant social change. Through countles ..
2018.06.12  No : 495
In-depth on Campus
What #MeToo Has Left in Academia
Since January, after the staggering cascade of sexual-misconduct allegations waged against the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office of South Korea, a myriad of people flooded so ..
2018.05.04  No : 494 By Moon Chae-un / By Seo Eun-sol
How About You
Student-organized Patrol Groups at HUFS
“The warmer the day, the more drunk brawls at night,” said a girl who lives near campus because her hometown is in another province. As she said, it is easy to see that drunk people make trouble on deserted roads near both campuses. To keep public security, the HUFS Police (Global Campus) and the ..
2018.05.04  No : 494 By You Seo-yeon
Visiting
Mystery-specific Creator Tells Her Life Story
Hot summer is coming soon, and you will need a way to cool down. There is a YouTuber who gained popularity with absorbing storytelling and contents which send a chill down your spine no less than horror movies which make you forget the heat. Lee Seung-joo entered HUFS in 2002 and graduated from ..
2018.05.04  No : 494 By Seo Eun-sol
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How Was the Korean Spring S
The Perks of Being a Wallfl
Call Me by Your Name
Two Sides of High Intellige
Running a Marathon for Equa
Denuclearization: the Key t
HUFS Creates ‘HUFS x HUFS A
HUFS Responds to Fourth Ind
 
Opinion  
Editorial
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
HUFSan’s Voice
Two Sides of High Intelligence
Opinion
Denuclearization: the Key to Peace of Mind
Epilogue
The Argus Swimming Below the Surface
Proofreading
Learning English Through Revision
# Rapport
A close and harmonious relationship in ...
A Cartoon
Watch Out for Poisoned Apples
Newsdesk  
HUFS Creates ‘HUFS x HUFS Alumni Mentoring’
HUFS Responds to Fourth Industrial Revolution
HUFS Introduces Innovative Convergence Major
Student Counseling Center Uses Fine Art to Counsel Students
Working Women Give Advice to HUFSans
HUFSans Prepare Spring Festival
HUFS Opens 8th Russian Discussion Contest
HUFS Recruits Prospective Software Specialists
ISO Holds HUFS’ GOT TALENT Contest
New Library To Come to HUFS by 2020
Campus  
Cover Story
How Was the Korean Spring Seen from the Outside?
The Argus Prize
The Argus Prize 2018 English Essay Contest
The Argus Prize
Finding My Ithaca
The Argus Prize
Why Young Humanities Majors Still Have Hope in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
The Argus Prize
#MeToo, Small Fingers Make a Big Change
National  
Reportage
Running a Marathon for Equality
News Briefing
Round Talk
We Study N·K at HUFS
Culture  
Review
Call Me by Your Name
Rendez-vous
Who Makes the Invisible Visible
Culture Trip
Feeling Store, a Journey to Face Ourselves