Kim Nu-ri(School of Economics, 10’)
I think The UOS Times needs to cover the new policy of ‘half a tuition fee’ because the University of Seoul (UOS) has started the policy which makes tuition fees exactly half, beginning this first semester of 2012. Also The UOS Times had better write articles about the national election and the presidential election from the perspective of UOS students. UOS students have had difficulties in getting the chance to learn English skills. There are only a few programs such as the S-cafe and English speaking classes in the UOS. Moreover, there are few opportunities to communicate with foreign exchange students. I hope The UOS Times pays attention to the voices of students. I also hope The UOS Times will show the spirit of challenge and reflect the voices of the UOS students this year. Thank you!
Lee Shin-bok(Department of Korean Language and Literature, 08’)
The UOS Times seems much better than previous editions of the magazine because it provides enough features by representing English news articles and reforming the kicker called ‘vogue’. Especially, it seems to show the creative culture of university students and the university atmosphere. Furthermore, I hope that The UOS Times makes an effort to meet many students and provide a great deal of information to them and the new edition tries to cover a variety of topics in each kicker. Thank you for your dedication.
Lee Hyun-hwa(School of Environmental Engineering, 10’)
The UOS Times plays a big role in raising reputation and images of the UOS in our community. In addition, The UOS Times has to write articles about disputes and conflicts taking place in society. However, I would like to recommend that The UOS Times to interview the UOS staff and professors who make contributions and efforts for the to students in our university. I think many people have supported us silently. As a UOS student, it is helpful to understand our community. Lastly, I would like to say welcome to the freshman entering the University of Seoul. “Enjoy your campus life!”
Jung Ho-lim(School of Economics, 09’)
First, it appears to be a really good choice to reflect student’s opinions in The UOS Times. I would like to ask The UOS Times to write about the tuition fee policy and scholarship policy as a representative of UOS students because these are extremely important issues in our society. Also, I think it is necessary to cover two important national elections so students will have a better understanding of the elections. In my opinion, there are a lot of students who have difficulties reading articles written in English, so if some translations were provided below the articles, it would be easier for them. I look forward to your aggressive activities.
Min Ki-hyun(Department of Statistics, 09’)
The UOS Times is supposed to be neutral toward the topics and leave the opinion to readers as much as possible because the opinion of the writer does not always represent the UOS student’s voices. Apart from this, I think the reporter can touch the readers’ soul. If I were a reporter for The UOS Times, I would like to write about traveling. I think it could become a comfortable shelter to some students who are tired of tight competitions. Good luck and best regards.
Kim So-jung(Department of Environmental Horticulture, 07’)
It looks very good for The UOS Time to try their best to hear the voices of students. I have not often read The UOS Times before, but I want to read the magazine from now on because of your dedication. Please bring attention to our campus!
Thank you for your opinion!
We will continuosly meet you with better magazines in 2012
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