Update : 2017.12.11  Mon  No : 491
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The Argus Prize
The Argus Prize 2017 English Essay Contest
The Argus hosted the essay contest for HUFSans. Undergraduate HUFS students wrote 800-1000 word essays choosing from one of the above five topics. Two foreign HUFS professors scored entries according to seven criteria mentioned above. After receiving score sheets from the juries, The Argus calcu ..
2017.06.19  No : 487
The Argus Prize
Circuit of Tragedy: Sexual Crimes in University
When we are admitted into to college after a grueling admission process, we expect our college lives to be full of sunshine, with good friends to study and hang out with, and perhaps with some romance along the way. However, for some people, this is not the case. Every year, there is much controve ..
2017.06.19  No : 487
The Argus Prize
Academic Elitism Worsened through the Indiscreet Installment of Second Campuses
A university, regardless of the main or second campus, is an institution that provides for a higher level of education to those who pursue knowledge and wisdom. By having access to such educational opportunities students are able to learn and achieve academic and moral growth through the interacti ..
2017.06.19  No : 487
Culture Trip
Yearning for a Definition of Youth at YOUTH
There is a special exhibition that closes at the end of this month on May 28. An art exhibition titled “YOUTH” is being held at the D Museum in Hannam-dong, Seoul. In l ..
2017.05.23  No : 486 Lee Sei-yon
Photo Essay
To HUFSans: Are We Really Safe?
The times of harsh weather have gone, and now students on campus are enjoying the warm weather. However, some safety issues are hindering this joyful time. Starting in ..
2017.05.23  No : 486 Byeon Hee-jin
Photo Essay
Inosculate the Past and Present
Haebangchon, a town formed on Namsan hill in Seoul, looks quite different these days. This town is located at Yongsan and was established in 1945 when Korea became inde ..
2017.04.12  No : 485 Byeon Hee-jin
2017 English Essay Contest
The Argus Prize
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2017.04.12  No : 485
Round Talk
What Is a Leader? Come to AISEC If You Want to Be One
Some of the biggest problems that have arisen all over the world in recent years are closely linked to leaders. Last December, President Park was suspended from her duties because the motion for her impeachment was approved. Also, President Trump of the United States and President Duterte of the P ..
2017.03.09  No : 484 By Jeon Eu-min
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How Much Do You Know about
The Right Way to Protect Th
What Does YOLO Mean to You?
Working in and on English a
Change in the University El
Close up Foreigners, Get Cl
HUFSans Talk With the Vice
HUFS Leads the Way in Europ
 
Opinion  
Editorial
The Right Way to Protect Their Rights
Road Casting
What Does YOLO Mean to You?
Voice of Wisdom
Working in and on English after Graduation
HUFSan's Voice
A Call for Competition
Epilogue
A Semester as An Argusian
Opinion
Throw Away Hatred
Opinion
Did We Truly Meet the World?
A Cartoon
The Irresponsible Guardian
Newsdesk  
HUFSans Talk With the Vice President
HUFS Leads the Way in European Studies
HUFS Broadens Students’ Horizons on Careers
HUFS Fosters Future Korean Lang. Experts
HUFSans Meet Up with Governor
Arabic Prof. Listed on ‘Marquis Who’s Who’
HUFS Holds Overseas Alumni Association
Pride Contest Epitomizes HUFS Strength
HUFS Prof. Becomes KABS President
High School Students Trespass on Campus
Campus  
How About You
Change in the University Election System?
Visiting
I Ran to Iran for Unknown Possibilities
National  
Cover Story
How Much Do You Know about Raising Pets?
Cover Story
What Is It Like To Raise A Pet?
News Briefing
Culture  
Culture Insight
Close up Foreigners, Get Closer to Foreign Friends
Photo Essay
A Special Library
Culture Trip
The Story of Nude