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Chi Hyo-lim
Dept. of International Relations, ’17
A school’s reputation rests on how well-adapted her students are in making, or trying to make a meaningful impact on society. However, Korean students nowadays lack both the motivation and insight to do so. Therefore, I wanted to help trigger their interest in a variety of issues by writing articles that would be capable of enhancing their critical-thinking and assisting them in making top-tier decisions. It has been just a few weeks since I assumed the role of a cub reporter. I am still devoid of expertise, but will nonetheless continue accumulating experience and technique in writing thought-provoking articles.

Kim Si-jin
Dept. of Environmental Horticulture, ’16
Thanks to The UOS Times, I was given an opportunity to express my thoughts into printed words. That is a privilege not given just to anyone. I hope to make the best and most out of this, not just for the sake of mine but others’ such as the readers and peer reporters, too.

Park Ji-young
Dept. of Chinese Language and Culture, ’17
After life as an exchange student in Lisbon, I regretted that I could not use more English and I wanted to keep using English when I came back to Korea. I found out The UOS Times and I thought it will be a great opportunity. At first, it was a shame to read my own article and see how much I lacked. But with competent editors’ help, I could learn more and gain confidence. I still have a lot to learn so I will work hard from now on to be a good editor.

Jang Beom-gyu
Dept. of Urban Administration, ’19
I wanted to join The UOS Times with an indescribable feeling. Perhaps, it felt like something what I had to do. I have written a short interview feature so far, but it still does not feel real. The more articles I write, the more realistic my role will become. The position of a cub reporter may seem to be that kind of thing. I have written two articles so far, both of which were short articles, but I realized a lot of my inadequacies. I will learn a lot and try to become a reporter who at least does my part.

Lee Se-hwee
Dept. of Urban Sociology, ’17
Let us be honest. Not a lot of students are interested in our school’s news outlets. I have rarely seen a student reading any newspaper on our campus. However, there is not much for me to solve this situation. All I can do is make sure that my article delivers information that people need to know and present it with adequate expressions. This is my goal while I work as a reporter for The UOS Times.

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