School of Business Administration, ‘15
I heard an anecdote that one company asks why you joined this company in resignation interview. Through this anecdote, I also asked myself. Why did I join The UOS Times? The answer to this question was not something that could be done in a sentence. However, I can say one thing for sure. I never regretted the choice of joining The UOS Times. There may have been a sacrifice in the personal part of the activities, but I think I got more than the sacrifice. Although this article will be the last writing as a reporter, The UOS Times will continue to be published. Therefore, I wish for the endless development of The UOS Times. I am very grateful to my fellow reporters, staffs and readers who have helped me so far.
Dept. of International Relations, ‘19
When I found the notice that I had been waiting for on school homepage, I immediately started filling out the application form. It was the moment that I had dreamed since I heard about The UOS Times from senior at the beginning of this year. Therefore, I studied current world issues a lot to have an interview. (I even prepared some in English!) Nevertheless, the test was difficult, and I also couldn't show everything I had prepared. So I didn't expect to get in here. That’s why I screamed and jumped with joy when I received the message that I passed.
Two months passed from then. Now I submitted my first article and got little bit shocked after facing my poor English skill. However, The UOS Times has already become precious to me. After 2 years, when I write this CHIT-CHAT again as a leaving reporter, I hope that I have improved a lot.