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[151호] 승인 2019.06.13  
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Park Hyung-min
School of Business Administration, ’15
Time really flies. Nowadays, I often consider what The UOS Times left me. People say that time also follows the Law of Exchange of Equivalents. I ponder how my duration of sophomore and the first semester of junior was. A definite thing is that I do not regret a one-year-long period that I spent in The UOS Times. I would like to tell my peer reporters that I will pray for them. Thank you The UOS Times.

Park Jun-young
School of Economics, ’15
When I first came to The UOS Times, I was worried if I could write an article in English, but now I am good at writing articles. As the saying goes, “the beginning is the half of the whole.” It was hard to get started, but it was not that hard once I got started. Do not think you cannot do it, just give it a go. Thank you and goodbye to The UOS Times.

Lee Seo-hyun
Dept. of Urban Administration, ’15
Until last year, it was the hardest times I have ever had as a student. However, having a chance to write articles gave me so much confidence and joy in the work itself. After all, there were various trial and error on the way of righteousness with all the members of The UOS Times, and I sincerely want to give gratitude to everyone. If you always try your best, you can gain the best. Go and seize your luck.

Kim Ga-eun
School of Business Administration, ’18
When I worked for a year and a half in The UOS Times, I met many competent people and received a lot of help. I am so happy with that and wanted to say thanks. While I wrote articles, there were much rewarding and exciting experiences. Although I leave here this time, I will not forget those precious experiences that The UOS Times gave. I will miss you all and hope to see you again someday!

Shin Ji-hye
School of Business Administration, ’18
Time has gone by so fast. It has been a pleasure spending time with other reporters of The UOS Times. As far as I am concerned, compared to when I was a junior reporter, I had more fun writing articles and interviewing people. Leaving precious memories behind, I am now looking forward to new challenges ahead. See you again!

Onicah Ntswejakgosi
Graduate School of Dept. of International Relations
Working at The UOS Times as a reporter has been an absolute pleasure. I have learnt so much about professional writing, and I am grateful for the opportunity that I was given. My journey with The UOS Times has sadly come to an end, but the impact and the memories are invaluable.

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