Protesters, Stars without Names
Countless young faces fit into a picture frame. On the streets, students march with pickets demanding an end to the regime, and students wear masks and running frantically, all the while calling for democracy. They risk their lives for the same dream with faint hope. Although it was a long fought road, their struggles were rewarded and their sacrifices were not in vain. Students achieved democracy and, as a direct result of their dedication, we live freely in the Republic of Korea. Democracy, however, is progressive. It is far from perfect. How have the lives of students evolved since the days of fighting for democratic rule in the nation?
As a Woman, as a Historian
“In 1906, Myungshin Girls’ School opened as the first Korean national women’s private school. In a period when women had difficulty receiving an education, the Emperor of the Korean empire, Gojong and Empress Sunheon thought our country’s future depended on women’s education.” Sounds familiar? If you are a Sookmyungian, you will have likely heard this several times on the school promotional video. Who exactly is Empress Sunheon?
Philosophical Explorer: World, Self, and Relationship
”How is your week going? I’m Chae Sajang, and I’m interested in neoliberalism and mystery.” Have you ever heard a person saying this, in a calm soothing manner? Perhaps you have heard about the bestselling book, . The book is based on the podcast of the same name, which gained huge popularity. SMT reporters interviewed Chae Sajang, writer, lecturer, and seeker of worldly insight about humanities about his new book .
OCTOBER, 2018
SOCIETY
CULTURE
WOMAN
By Me, For Me, Of Me
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