Update : 2018.04.10  Tue  No : 493
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Reportage
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 ..
2016.12.08  No : 483 By Choi Yun
News Briefing
The Public Rallies Massive anti-government rallies have been taking place on Saturdays since Oct. 29. These demonstrations against President Park called for her resignation. The third demonstration, which took place on Nov. 12, was of an unprecedented scale of about one million people, breaking t ..
2016.12.08  No : 483 By Byeon Hee-jin Editor-in-Chief
Reportage
Truth Which Hundreds of Candles Work to Illuminate
A single candle can illuminate an entire room. However, there is a place that could not be lit up by hundreds of candles, and is calling out for more of them: the Seoul ..
2016.11.10  No : 482 By Choi Yun
News Briefing
2016 Nobel Prize Awards The winners of the 2016 Noble Prizes were announced from Oct. 3 to 13. Typically, the Nobel Prize for Peace is the last to be announced, but this year, the literature award was the last to be announced due to its one-week postponement. The awards ceremony will be held in S ..
2016.11.10  No : 482 By Byeon Hee-jin Editor-in-Chief
Indepth on National
Private Certificate, a Disqualified Certificate
What is a Private Certificate?A private certificate is a license that is issued by a private institution, not a governmental institution. So far, as of September 2016, 22 ..
2016.10.06  No : 481 By Choi Ye-jin
Reportage
Oxy OUT! Cries of Humidifier Victims Will Continue
In May 2016, a boycott campaign against the humidifier sterilizer company called Oxy Reckitt Benckiser (Oxy) was staged nationwide for a month with the whole nation’s f ..
2016.10.06  No : 481 By Byun Hee-jin
News Briefing
Earthquake Hits Korea An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.8 hit North Gyeongsang Province of Korea on Sept. 12. According to the Ministry of Public Safety and Security, a total of 23 people were wounded and 1,118 cases of property damage were reported. This was the biggest earthquake that occurred ..
2016.10.06  No : 481 By Byeon Hee-jin Editor-in-Chief
Reportage
“Which Country Are You Working For?” Students Ask President Park
The 15th of last month was the 71st anniversary of Korea’s National Liberation Day. A long time has passed since we were liberated from Japanese colonial rule (1910~194 ..
2016.09.08  No : 480 By Choi Yun
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Closest Place to the Moon
Every Life Comes Byulkkol
Student Council Charges HUF
HUFS Changes School Regulat
 
Opinion  
Editorial
What Vouches For Their Voice
Eye of The Argus
The MeToo Movement Will Move the World
Road Casting
Where Can You Be Found at HUFS?
Proofreading
Learning English Through Revision
A Cartoon
Right Spices for Cooking
Newsdesk  
Student Council Charges HUFS President with Unethical Practice
HUFS Changes School Regulations
HUFS Helps Revise Outdated Naver Dictionaries
HUFSPlay Finds Meaning in Middle of Their Play
Annual Club Fair Hails HUFSans to Sign Up
Campus  
Cover Story
Could HUFSans Grow into Converged Talents?
24/7@HUFS
How Does HUFS Welcome New International Students?
The Argus Prize 2018
English Essay Contest
National  
Photo Essay
Closest Place to the Moon
Feature
A Common Story about the Sewol Ferry
News Briefing
People
The Forgotten Spring in 1991
Culture  
Culture Trip
Every Life Comes Byulkkol
Review
The City of diverse looks
Rendez-vous
Art as a Means to Carve Out the Wounds