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[WE.R.IN] Celebrity Visits on Campus Should Be Allowed
For several years, Sookmyung Women’s University refused celebrity unannounced visits. However, in 2016, a number of well-known artists poppe
Kim Seol Jieun   2017-03-09
[WE.R.IN] Women’s Studies Should Be Mandatory
Last autumn at Sookmyung, a professor was let go for sexual discrimination. In response, students erected handwritten posters calling for wo
Kim Lim Minji   2016-12-10
[WE.R.IN] Google maps should be allowed in Korea
These days, controversy over Google maps in Korea is a big issue. Some people say the government should not allow Google maps due to securit
Kim Kim Hyuna   2016-10-06
[WE.R.IN] Course registration should operate on the first-come-first-served basis
From August 9th students will know their timetables for the next semester. Are you satisfied with your choices and times? While some may fee
Wee Hwang Jaeyeon   2016-09-04
[WE.R.IN] Should We Learn Chinese in University?
Recently, China has raised its status in the world. There are Chinese experts influencing all aspects of life from world markets to global p
Kim Lim Minji   2016-06-09
[WE.R.IN] Scholarships: For Low-Income Students or High-Achieving Students
Korea University has decided to make scholarships only available to low-income students. The university hopes it will help low-income studen
Lim Lee Gyuwon   2016-05-08
[WE.R.IN] Bar Exam Abolition, Gains and Losses
Recently, the idea of abolishing the bar exam has become a topic of hot debate among students dreaming of becoming judicial officers. With t
Park Kang Sieun   2016-03-05
[WE.R.IN] External Activities, Blooming Flowers or Poisoned Weeds?
Nowadays, most first year students ponder whether or not to participate in off-campus activities. They are undecided because they cannot gua
Kim Seol Jieun   2015-11-23
[WE.R.IN] No KIds Zone; Include or Exclude, that is the Question
Every day people see various signs that ban things. ‘No Pets Allowed’ and ‘No Bicycles Allowed’ are a couple of common ones that you might s
Kim Rey Yeeun   2015-10-10
[WE.R.IN] Relations between Freedom and Regulation
Recently, the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona virus (MERS) hit Korea, so countries all over the world were watching wide-eyed to how
Oh Lee Sumin   2015-09-06
[WE.R.IN] Blind Test, Finding the Person Right for the Job
Companies seek the fittest person for the job, and interviewees strive to be those persons. For interviewees, knowing what type of interview
Kim Rey Yeeun   2015-06-05
[WE.R.IN] New School Hours at Sookmyung
Sookmyung Women’s University has introduced 75-minute class system from spring semester 2015. Before 2015, Sookmyung operated lectures at 12
Park Kang Sieun   2015-04-29
[WE.R.IN] Educational System Changes at Universities
Nowadays, a wind of change in the educational system is blowing among colleges. Until now, when students entered university, most of them wo
Hong Ha Sunwoo   2015-04-04
[WE.R.IN] Student's Day, Is It Necessary?
Every semester Sookmyung hosts its ‘Student’s Day.’ The purpose behind the day is to enable students to receive useful counseling from each
Park Ra Minjee   2015-03-07
[WE.R.IN] Should Major Subject Lectures be Offered in English?
In 2011, four students at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) committed consecutive suicides because they could no lo
Chang Chun Heejin   2014-12-05
[WE.R.IN] Can You Imagine Using Cellphone in the Army?
In April, an army private first class was murdered because of a violent act committed by his colleagues. He had been bullied by his colleagu
Choi Kim Taeeun   2014-11-09
As there once was a baby boom in society, many cases ended up with babies abandoned in empty boxes. Whenever these young babies were abandon
Jin Lim Youjeong   2014-10-08
[WE.R.IN] New Holidays for the Fatigue Society
This year, Chuseok is constantly brought into conversation not only because it is the earliest Chuseok after a 38-year hiatus but also an ‘a
Koo Kim Gyohyun   2014-09-06
[WE.R.IN] Rights for Both You and I
Since 2006, certain foreigners in Korea were given the right to vote at local elections. The Public Official Election Act in 2005 enables fo
Bien Yang Soovin   2014-06-04
[WE.R.IN] I Buy Textbooks, You Copy Textbooks
Whenever universities start a new semester each March and September, students start to ponder whether to buy their textbooks or copy them. A
Lee Kim Sooyeon   2014-05-10
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