Update : 2017.12.11  Mon  No : 491
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Editorial
“Yes, This Is a School”

The 19th President Moon Jae-in finally took office on May 10. As everybody knows, the reason we met our new leader in May, not in December when the 19th presidential election was supposed to be held, is former President Park Geun-hye’s corruption scandal. When the scandal, in which Park used her power for private purposes, broke out in last October, people began to wonder whether Park has the basic attributes of a leader. At that time, what many people said was, “Is this (South Korea) a country?”

Recently, HUFSans faced a similar case as the impeached president’s one. Simply put, the recent situations of the university can be summarized as the following. “Is this (HUFS) a school?”

On May 16, the vice student president of the Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) of the Seoul Campus, surnamed Nam, was found to have used about two million Korean won from the EPC budget for his private use. Nam, representing the student council, is now embroiled in high-profile controversy.

This month’s Cover Story focuses on Vice President Nam’s embezzlement case. The Argus reporters went to emergency meetings on May 17 and 19, in which students and student representatives talked about Nam’s misappropriation of public money and his punishment. In the Cover Story, The Argus summarized important information on Nam’s peculation and also added a brief timeline concerning this whole story according to the timeline provided by the EPC. Through this article, we want the readers to know specifically about this shocking scandal.

Now, HUFSans raise their voices, saying such as “How is this possible?” “The school is going very well.” The current circumstances of the school resemble the reality that we encountered in last October.

As a presidential candidate, Moon’s campaign slogan was, “Make Korea a proper nation.” Looking at what Moon is doing as president, lots of people have begun to say, “Yes, this is a (proper) country.” Will HUFS also hear this similar phrase? To achieve this, we have to keep our eyes on this issue. The Argus will find more truth on Nam’s case. Also, we are soon going to report on other embezzlement cases that might not have been revealed yet. We hope every HUFSan can finally say, “Yes, this is a (proper) school.”

Lee Jae-won
Editor-in-Chief

2017.06.19  No : 487
 
“Yes, This Is a School”
The EPC's Embezzlement Scan
For Whom Is This Stage?
How Is Your Summer at HUFS?
Happy 10th Birthday, Benny
The Argus, Not as Simple as
EPC Vice President Resigns
HUFS Funded by the Governme
 
Opinion  
Editorial
“Yes, This Is a School”
HUFSan's Voice
For Whom Is This Stage?
Road Casting
How Is Your Summer at HUFS?
Epilogue
What It Means to Be an Argusian
Opinion
What to Ponder upon Discontent over the EPC
Opinion
What He Will Be Called
A Cartoon
A Whole New World?
Newsdesk  
EPC Vice President Resigns over an Embezzlement Charge Involving Public Funds
HUFS Funded by the Government 9 Consecutive Years
HUFS Opens up Its Spring Festival
DEL’s Name Change to Take Place
HUFS Hosts a Russian Debate Competition
16th ED of SEIT Investigated for Misappropriation Charge
HUFS  Holds an Inter-Department Basketball Competition
Students’ Boycott of Recreational Facilities in Progress
HUFS Alumnus Named as Chief of the PSS
Supreme Court Finds Former HUFS President Guilty of Embezzlement
Campus  
Cover Story
The EPC's Embezzlement Scandal
Reportage
The Argus, Not as Simple as It Might Seem
National  
News Briefing
The Rainbow Has Not Yet Come to Korea?
Round Talk
Interview that Makes Everyone Special
Culture  
Culture Trip
Happy 10th Birthday, Benny
Photo Essay
Korea, Lost in the Desert of Fine Dust
The Argus Prize
The Argus Prize 2017 English Essay Contest
The Argus Prize
Circuit of Tragedy: Sexual Crimes in University
The Argus Prize
Academic Elitism Worsened through the Indiscreet Installment of Second Campuses