The explanation of how to use Ttareungyi, with pictures that showed each step, was very useful. Also, the interview with a current Ttareungyi user helped me to see the advantages of it.
Focus on UOS - “One Step Closer to Exercise”
This article was just focused on introducing a students’ central club. There were no methods on how the interviewee has specifically tried to help other students improve their health. If this article had more information about workouts, maybe other students could learn some new exercises.
The topic of the Society article in the 140th issue was really interesting. The writers clearly researched the current issues and the reasons for them a lot. In addition, showing why the Humanities should exist was very impressive and different from other articles, which usually only point out the reasons for the crisis.
Cover Story Since “Sexual Harassment” was a big issue for the University of Seoul, I think it was appropriate that The UOS Times dealt with this issue in the Cover Story. The attached survey supported the article, but it would have been much better if there were more participants.
Briefly, there were not many interviews with UOS students. I read interviews with professors or Student Council members, but there weren’t enough interviews with regular students. For instance, in the “Counseling Center for Part-Time” article, how the UOS students reacted or how much the students participated was much more important.