Update : 2018.04.10  Tue  No : 493
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Feature
Withdrawal of HUFS Journal: Whose Fault Is It?
After the final examination week and the spring semester were over, HUFSans began to go on their peaceful summer break. However, HUFS student society was chaotic from the start as a problem cropped up. HUFS Journal, one of the independent student presses was withdrawn forcibly by the school author ..
2016.09.08  No : 480 By Byun Hee-jin
News Briefing
Conflict about THAAD Continues The present government decided to station the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) weapon system in Sungju, North Kyungbook Province, on July 13, with the aim of providing a better defense against North Korea. After the government’s decision, the same conflict ..
2016.09.08  No : 480 By Byeon Hee-jin Editor-in-Chief
Cover Story
The PRIME Project Is Now of PRIME Importance to Universities
What if your major becomes unable to get enough financial support or even disappears due to the project the Ministry of Education pushes forward? This is actually occurin ..
2016.06.08  No : 479 By Lee Jae-won / Byeon Hee-jin
Cover Story
What Happened to Your Department
By Lee Jae-wonAssociate Editor of Culture Section As mentioned in the previous article, the Ministry of Education announced which universities it has selected for the “Program for Industry needs-Matched Education (PRIME) Project” on May 3. As of now, those chosen universities have to begin mergin ..
2016.06.08  No : 479 By Lee Jae-won
Nwes Briefing
Misogynistic Murder
By Jang Eun-aeEditor-in-Chief Misogynistic Murder Mr. Kim who is a suspect in a murder case stabbed to death a woman in her 20s. It occurred in a restroom located in Gangnam at about 1 a.m. on May 17. He argued that he killed the woman because he had been usually ignored by women even though he ..
2016.06.08  No : 479 By Jang Eun-ae
Feature
Empty Korean Animal Protection Act
Last October, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (MAFRA) conducted a survey of 3,000 people on their perceptions of how well the Korean law enforcement a ..
2016.05.16  No : 478 By Choi Yun
News Briefing
Reject the French Revision of the Labor Law Francois Hollande, the current President of France, argued for a revision of their labor laws. He proposed that working hours ..
2016.05.16  No : 478 By Jang Eun-ae Editor-in-Chief
Reportage
Loud Demonstrations on Independence Movement Day
The opposition parties’ filibuster or unlimited parliamentary relay speech, against the anti-terrorism bill ended on March 2 after a record-breaking time of 192 hours and ..
2016.04.06  No : 477 By Choi Yun
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Could HUFSans Grow into Con
What Vouches For Their Voic
The MeToo Movement Will Mov
Where Can You Be Found at H
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