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From Hidden to Modern Figures: Becoming Michelle Obama

From Hidden to Modern Figures: Becoming Michelle Obama

Jennifer Kwon, Reporter | March 16, 2021

After reading Michelle Lavaugn Robinson Obama’s best-selling memoir in 2018, Becoming, I have got to say . . . it is quite something. Although she describes her life as a youngster to her time serving...

New e-scooter regulations concern the public

New e-scooter regulations concern the public

Irene Kim | December 4, 2020

Recently, loosened regulations on electric scooters have been bringing up safety concerns among the Korean public. During May, the National Assembly passed a new version of the Road Traffic Law in order...

Another wave of pandemic hits South Korea

Another wave of pandemic hits South Korea

Hannah Kim | December 4, 2020

With four consecutive days of COVID-19 cases over 200 each day, the South Korean government decided to raise the social distancing level from 1 to 1.5 on Nov. 17. However, the numbers continue to increase...

Korea experiences air pollution spikes for the first time in three months

Korea experiences air pollution spikes for the first time in three months

Bona Suh | November 17, 2020

For Korea, a nation with a history of poor air quality, the increasingly frequent appearance of blue skies over the last several months has been more than welcome. Outings have risen in popularity with...

Unexploded WW2 bombs threaten civilian safety

Unexploded WW2 bombs threaten civilian safety

Hugo Lee | November 17, 2020

Although WW2 bombs are largely relics of the past, hundreds of unexploded WW2 bombs are still lodged underground, corroding more each year and posing a lethal threat to unsuspecting civilians. Last October,...

Countries make global efforts for fair access to COVID-19 vaccines

Countries make global efforts for fair access to COVID-19 vaccines

Bona Suh | October 22, 2020

With the development of the vaccine being closer than ever before, nations across the globe are racing to secure fair access to COVID-19 vaccines. More than 170 countries have found potential in the COVAX...

COVID-19 Situation Escalates in South Korea

COVID-19 Situation Escalates in South Korea

Jennifer Kwon, Reporter | September 19, 2020

Although South Korea has been internationally praised for maintaining a relatively low number of COVID-19 cases, the crisis of the escalating COVID-19 situation is deepening with the recent drastic spikes...

Korea’s record-breaking monsoon rains tragedy

Korea’s record-breaking monsoon rains tragedy

Minjae Chun, Design Editor | September 19, 2020

The summer heat coupled with the restrictive circumstances caused by the COVID-19 outbreak has been escalating the frustration and anger of Korean citizens to their peak. Masks are a necessity despite...

Large companies donate to companies in need during coronavirus

Skylar Peck | June 2, 2020

On April 27, Samsung, a multinational conglomerate, released a statement saying that the company had been donating money to and providing resources for several smaller businesses that were struggling...

Zoom releases new security update

Zoom releases new security update

Isabelle Lee, Reporter | June 2, 2020

On April 17, 2020, Zoom, a cloud-based video conferencing tool, launched a 5.0 update to further secure its program. Over the past few months during the coronavirus pandemic when millions were limited...

COVID-19 affects US college gap year decisions

COVID-19 affects US college gap year decisions

Katie Kim | June 2, 2020

With prom cancellations, Zoom graduations, and online classes, the COVID-19 pandemic has been the reason behind much disappointment for high school students. However, the recent outbreak has not only...

US colleges cope with coronavirus pandemic

Sally Lee | April 20, 2020

In order to prevent the transmission of coronavirus, US colleges moved classes online after the emergency measures were announced. Starting with the University of Washington, which closed its campus on...