Update : 2019.12.16  Mon  No : 507
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the production of goods from raw materials, especially in factories.
From Oxford English Dictionary

Na Geum-chae
Colonial system, public debts, heavy taxes, protection, commercial wars, etc. These offshoots of the period of manufacture swell to gigantic proportions during the period of infancy of large-scale industry. The birth of the latter is celebrated by a vast, Hero-like slaughter of the innocents. - Karl Marx

Kwak Hyun-jeong
“Life without industry is guilt; Industry without art is brutality.”
-John Ruskin

Kim Min-ji
Origin of the word “industry” came from French “industrie” or Latin “industria” meaning [diligence].
Yes, diligence is a sure warrant of development.
Then, have we been diligent the way we need to be?

Oh Ju-yeong
Think of things around us: Cellphone, laptop, ear phone, pencil, clothes, subway, etc. Where they are from? The answer is industry. However, would we have taken them for granted, do not remind the laboriousness of the process of their research and manufacture, because we can easily obtain them? The Argus reminds the value in midst of familiarities to you.

Kim Ji-hyeon
Without industry, we can not describe our lives. With industry, our lives are developing continuously. Because all the things we usually use were made through the industry. Why don’t you read about the process of development of industry with The Argus?

Mun Ji-hyun
We say slow and steady wins the race, but the industrial society was like a rabbit stomping forward, shaming the slow paced past. Thanks to the industry we are now at the finish line, but we see now why the proverb is true.

Yoo Chan-heum
Industry made our society big and strong. But where there is a light, there is a shadow. Look in through shadow of our industry that you could not see it before. The Argus will light your way through to the darkside of the industry.

Choi Yun-jeong
To be caught up in the trappings of the industry
Show me the locked doors
I will find another use for the key,
and you will see.

2019.10.01  No : 505
Fashion: Turn back the hand
The Human Footprint pt.2: I
The Conscious Pariah as Reb
A Midsummer Day’s Dream
Hear the Rattling of Changs
Two Currents, Yet To Be Set
The Price of Carol
The Human Footprint pt.2: Industry
HUFSan’s Voice
A Midsummer Day’s Dream
Digest & Focus
The Conscious Pariah as Rebel and Independent Thinker: Hannah Arendt
T&C Desk
Two Currents, Yet To Be Settled
Cover Story - Culture Desk
Fashion: Turn back the hands of time
Parallel Code
The Price of Carol
Culture Focus
Hooligans: How Can We Accept Them
Social Desk
Hear the Rattling of Changsin Sewing Here
In-depth on Society
What Makes Small Businesses Small?