Update : 2019.05.15  Wed  No : 502
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Editorial
Old and New


Every new thing is worn out and exhausted, and people are accustomed to it. I am no exception ─ recently I bought a brand-new cell phone, but I bet I will lose interest in it after a few days. However, unlike the normal process ─ being attracted to the new and getting bored with it ? I feel like I have not become used to the title as a head editor, even though six months have passed! Frankly speaking, if someone asks me to be in charge of The Argus for another term, I will not be able to say yes on the nail. I might have to think over and over. I am always thankful for my belief that this place helped me grow both personally and professionally, but I wonder what The Argus would look like when led by someone else, other than me. I want to watch it from afar.

There are a lot of seniors in The Argus and they are very interested in it. Even those who left the school decades ago are still fond of The Argus and willingly take part in the events held by the alumni association; they seem delighted when we reach out to them. I assume this is because they have some kind of attraction to the old. The memories collected at The Argus, whether happy or strenuous, must have influenced their lives in some way. It is natural to be attracted to their home ─ where all the experiences which build up their way of thinking and way of life were possible.

I myself will also be back in The Argus on occasion, reminiscing about old memories. It is comforting that there will always be a familiar place to go back and visit, though The Argus was, ironically, a springboard that made me ready to step into a new world to be unfolded ahead of me.

The cover story dealt with some neighborhoods in Seoul which show a constant cycle of the old giving birth to the new, and the new giving fresh energy to the old. The reporters ultimately indicate that this cycle resembles “life.” The old, the young, seniors and juniors ─ they all have something to learn from each other. And the past events affect the future in an unpredictable way.

An idiom “Wen Gu Zhi Xin” advices people to review the past if they want to grasp something about the future. I hope readers will not belittle their old memories and lead themselves to a healthy new year where old things are properly harmonized with the new.

Jeon Nu-ri
Editor-in-Chief

2018.12.13  No : 499
 
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Students Fight Against Educ
New Colors for Santa Claus
The Aesthetics of Slowness:
Seminar for Suicide Prevent
Beyond the Surface; Interpr
 
Opinion  
Editorial
Old and New
Road Casting
New Colors for Santa Claus
HUFSan’s Voice
Beyond the Surface; Interpreting Culture through Fresh Eyes
HUFSan’s Voice
The Phenomenon of Being a “Gurbetci”
Epilogue
The Argus in Its Full Color
Newsdesk  
Library Opens to Public
Students Fight Against Educational Expenditure Abuse
Seminar for Suicide Prevention Opens
East Meets West in Dept. of Classical Language, Literature and Culture
HUFSan Wins Minister Prize at Display Challenge Contest
HUFS Stages First Interpreting & Translation Competition
Campus  
Campus Insight
Eule der Minerva: Time to Take Its Flight
Round Talk
Imun, a Small Town Next to the Railroad
What Should I Wear Today?
National  
People
Buy One, Help One Woman
Social Insight
Local Festivals: Just for Fun Is Not Enough
Culture  
Cover Story
When the Past Gives Birth to New Cultural Hubs
Culture Trip
The Aesthetics of Slowness: Enthusiasm for Imagination
Rendez-vous
Memento Mori; What Movie of Life Would You Like to Shoot?