Update : 2019.10.01  Tue  No : 505
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Editorial
The Human Footprint pt.2: Industry
Let us continue the story of Greco-Roman mythology. No, let us think about “God” before that. What attributes come to mind when you think of god? Many will think of an almighty, a perfect being. And yes, this is true. However, Hephaestus, the god of fire, metalworking and stone masonry is completely ..
2019.10.01  No : 505
HUFSan’s Voice
A Midsummer Day’s Dream
Summer is gone. When every year gets to this season, it reminds me of someone. Someone who had been so special to me, but eventually ended up becoming nobody. When I just reached 20, I had a job offer as an English teacher from a private academy. On the first day of work, she was there. She was sit ..
2019.10.01  No : 505 By An Kwan-ho Argusian
Epilogue
#Industry
#Industrythe production of goods from raw materials, especially in factories.From Oxford English Dictionary Na Geum-chaeColonial system, public debts, heavy taxes, protection, commercial wars, etc. These offshoots of the period of manufacture swell to gigantic proportions during the period of in ..
2019.10.01  No : 505
Editorial
The Human Footprint pt.1: Agriculture
If you ever read about Greco-Roman mythology, you will know that most of the gods are grumpy and bad-tempered. Meanwhile, Demeter, the goddess of fertility is a very rare figure with gentleness and authority at the same time. The myth does not cover her much, maybe she is too kind for her hot-temper ..
2019.09.03  No : 504
Eye of The Argus
Not a Victim, But a Victor
“Sexual Violence in Conflict (SVC) is still ongoing,” exclaimed Professor Kim Eun-mee from the Dept. of International Studies at Ewha Womans University. Although the issue is somewhat obscured or ignored, untold numbers of women around the world are groaning from the pain of sexual violence. To addr ..
2019.09.03  No : 504 By Lee Jae-won Argusian
Epilogue
#Agriculture
Na Geum-chaeSometimes we forget about the value of precious beings. As they were always there, we just took them for granted. We are blind with familiarity, and act as if we had done it on our own. Then, we pay the price as usual. Should not we never repeat the mistakes of the Greek gods who realize ..
2019.09.03  No : 504
Editorial
Home Is Where the Heart Is
While I was house hunting recently, there were some thoughts running around my head. One of them was wanting to have my own flat-a place where I can rest my head and my heart, and everything feels safe. After a tedious month of searching for a space to live-almost one step away from being a homeless ..
2019.06.07  No : 503
HUFSan’s Voice
Why Are We Here?
On a Friday evening on Metro Line 1, my friend, another exchange student from Singapore and I were going to the Lotus Lantern Festival next to Cheonggye Stream. Lots of people were on the train, which was nothing out of ordinary. That is, until we heard two old ladies wondering why nowadays there ..
2019.06.07  No : 503 By Gintare Ziceviciute Guest Reporter
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Fashion: Turn back the hand
The Human Footprint pt.2: I
The Conscious Pariah as Reb
A Midsummer Day’s Dream
Hear the Rattling of Changs
#Industry
Two Currents, Yet To Be Set
The Price of Carol
 
Opinion  
Editorial
The Human Footprint pt.2: Industry
HUFSan’s Voice
A Midsummer Day’s Dream
Epilogue
#Industry
Theory&Critique  
Digest & Focus
The Conscious Pariah as Rebel and Independent Thinker: Hannah Arendt
T&C Desk
Two Currents, Yet To Be Settled
Cultrue  
Cover Story - Culture Desk
Fashion: Turn back the hands of time
Parallel Code
The Price of Carol
Culture Focus
Hooligans: How Can We Accept Them
National  
Social Desk
Hear the Rattling of Changsin Sewing Here
In-depth on Society
What Makes Small Businesses Small?