From October 30th to November 31st, Sookmyung is hosting a Liberal Arts Festival on its campus. The Sookmyung Liberal Arts Festival is for all students, not just for College of Science students. It is
Walking around Sookmyung campus, you encounter a flood of information from numerous posters. These posters are everywhere. They are plastered in classrooms, on elevators and stairs and can even be found in toilets. They are creating a huge ugly inappropriate mess on notice boards, but the flood continuous. Nevertheless, have you ever wondered what sparks this chaos in the first place? Is it okay to leave the places full of poster in such disarray? The Sookmyung Times set out to find an answer to these questions.
We live with lots of worries. The best way to deal with those worries is to find solutions by telling the concern to one who will listen and give much needed advice. However, when we live, there are m
“Social Network,” I watched this movie right after my first year in university in 2010. It is about Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg who creates the social networking site that would become known as Facebook.
On September 9th, the Office of Student Affairs previewed a movie in the Samsung Convention Center. About fifty Sookmyungians came to see the film Sidewalls, which was released in Argentina in 2011. T
Jang Yewon, Ga Aeran, and Bae Hyunjin. What do they all have in common? First of all, they used to be SMU publicity models, but they have another similarity. They are currently working as news anchors
From July to August, Sookmyung International Summer School (SISS) was held twice. SISS is conducted annually by the International Exchange Team and provides lectures and activities for students regard
From July 15th to 25th, the Career Development Center opened a Job Competence School for students in third and fourth year as well as for graduate students. Held in Veritas Building, classes were divi