Update : 2018.11.01  Thu  No : 498
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New Library To Come to HUFS by 2020

A new library is expected to arrive at HUFS, Seoul Campus and the plan will start from July of 2018.

The main library has always been a hot topic among HUFSans. They tend to do a lot of studying and it is the responsibility of the school to provide the right sort of environment for the students to be able to study. However, the current library is very outdated with many complaints from students. It has been a wish for many students in HUFS for the library to be renovated so that students can study in an appropriate environment.

The new library will be called “Smart Library” and it will consist of seven floors. One will be underground with the remaining six floors above ground. The plan for the renovation is expected to be completed in March of 2020.



 

2018.06.12  No : 495 By Lim Seong-uk nlim8001@hufs.ac.kr
 
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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
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A Cartoon
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HUFS Responds to Fourth Industrial Revolution
HUFS Introduces Innovative Convergence Major
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ISO Holds HUFS’ GOT TALENT Contest
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Campus  
Cover Story
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The Argus Prize
The Argus Prize 2018 English Essay Contest
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Finding My Ithaca
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Why Young Humanities Majors Still Have Hope in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
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Reportage
Running a Marathon for Equality
News Briefing
Round Talk
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Culture  
Review
Call Me by Your Name
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Who Makes the Invisible Visible
Culture Trip
Feeling Store, a Journey to Face Ourselves