Update : 2018.06.12  Tue  No : 495
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Minerva’s Eye
A Monk Says, Nothing Is Meaningless
The suspicion of a rigged election in the United Progressive Party (UPP), the minor opposition, when selecting proportional representation candidates has shocked Korean society. Inside UPP, the co-chairs and members quarreled about instigating a strict investigation to discover any fraud in the cand ..
2012.06.14  No : 447 By Jang Ho-jun Editorial Consultant
Digest & Focus
The Humanities Gives Us Honesty
Last February, Samsung Economic Research Institute (SERI) said in a report, “The humanities change the management,” that the humanities is an alternative in future mana ..
2012.06.14  No : 447 By Choi Hee-ji
Digest & Focus
Fair Society by Cultural Policy
Here in the 21st century in Korea, interest about culture has been rising. These days, we can see the Culture Art Party ran a candidate for the 19th general election, suggesting culture should play a critical role in developing society. The perception that culture should be important in making pol ..
2012.05.11  No : 446 By Choi Hee-ji
T&C Tower
What Will We Get in the Political Campaign?
The 19th general election will be held on April 11. Also, the 18th Presidential Election will be held later in this year. As in all elections, voter participation is impo ..
2012.04.23  No : 445 By Choi Hee-ji
T&C Tower
Social Commerce through Behavior Economics
Nowadays, Social Network Service(SNS) is largely used in many parts and the users of it account for almost 60 percent in Korea. The social commerce company named Ticket M ..
2012.03.07  No : 444 Choi Hee-ji
Classics
Adam Smith Talks about True Market Economy
Last year, a system called ‘profit sharing’ was proposed by Chung Un-chan, the former Prime Minister of South Korea, to alleviate the polarization between large and small ..
2012.03.07  No : 444 Kang Young-joon
Minerva’s eys
Leaping Boundaries of Knowledge through Discussion
Since the death of Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, the world has been endeavoring to learn his innovative ideas through researching his company and products and Korea is no exception. Many scholars emphasize the importance of ‘tongsub,’ Korean translation of the scientific term ‘consilience,’ to symbolize ..
2012.03.07  No : 444 Jang Ho-jun Editorial Consultant
Parallel Code
Scholar or Revolutionary?
Being a politician is different from running a company. However, many CEOs are interested in becoming politicians or even being a politician, and Ahn Cheol-soo is one o ..
2011.12.12  No : 443 By Kang Young-joon
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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