Jeong Yu-bin School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Sadly, I am leaving the office of the UOS Times. It has been 2 years since I first came to the office to submit my application. At that time, I never knew and didn¡?t even think about that I would become an Editor-In-Chief of the magazine. Many times I felt that I was not mature enough to simultaneously handle my colleagues and the various problems. It was hard for me to decide which direction was right or wrong for the UOS Times. I always felt some pressure and made a few mistakes. But at the end, all those difficulties made me a better person. Moreover, I gained much confidence compared to my cub-reporter days. After finishing my last issue of the magazine, I feel like I am released from the heavy burdens now. Needless to say, I am going to miss working with the other reporters, but this is the time to move on. I have so many people to graciously thank for their support. First of all, our faculty adviser, Suh Soon-tak, because of his generosity to the UOS Times was able to prosper. And our kind executive chief, Bo-ah, she has always done excellent work for us. More importantly, our senior editor Susan Pratt, without her hard work our magazine would have been total mess. And lastly, but not least my reporters; I truly thank you guys for your hard work, regardless of the faults in my leadership. I believe that my junior colleagues will continue to improve our magazine to be better than ever. And, to all of you for reading our magazine¡|THANK YOU!!
Baek Seung-mi School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
It has been two and a half year since I have joined The UOS Times. There were some ups and downs while I worked as a reporter. In addition, there were many things happened; especially I can¡?t forget the mistake I have made at the school festival 2 years ago! Other than the mistakes, I have got a lot of great memories with co- reporters, such as many short trips and eating-out. Sometimes I think of myself while sitting on a sofa in the UOS Times office. "What would have I done without The UOS Times?" I am sure it would have been boring! Sadly, but cheerfully, I am preparing to move to a new nest and to start a new voyage packing all my good memories in my brain. I hope The UOS Times will continue to prosper and grow. To all the 12 reporters, you know what I am saying? = )