Jang Ye-sol_Dept. of Environmental Horticulture, '13
Readers of The UOS Times, nice to meet you! I am a new 30th Cub-Reporter. I am majoring in the Dept. of Environmental Horticulture. Unusually, newly accepted two Cub-Reporters, including me, are all Science & Engineering majors. No more prejudice that the Press is eligible for only the students from the humanities department! I heard from our Editor-in-Chief, whose major the is the Dept. of International Relations, that she was at a loss while auditing Chemical Engineering class to interview a Chemical Engineering professor. I think that is the very point I can help as a student from Science & Engineering major.
As a member of The UOS times, I want many people to enjoy reading our articles. I used to be too lazy to read the newspaper, but now I realized from The UOS Times experience that even the seemingly simple articles are the products of everyone’s effort. We hold a meeting to select good items for the articles, interview people, take a picture of related things, edit our writings several times, do lay outs and so on. As much as our reporters have affection for the magazine, give us your love for The UOS Times!
I feel a sense of responsibility for my duty as a Cub-Reporter. It is like a pleasurable pressure for me. As a new Cub-Reporter, I am worried about my clumsiness, but please be understanding as if you were looking at a toddler.
Lee Ji-min_School of Computer Science, '13
Hello everyone:) First, let me introduce myself. I am a freshman and my major is Computer Science. Also, I am a Cub-Reporter of The UOS Times, and this is my first volume! The writing process was a little bit difficult, but I am so glad that my writings are published. When you find a mistake in my writings, please pass it and just laugh~ I hope everyone who reads The UOS Times enjoys our articles. Thank you for reading and I will be back with better articles.