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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...

Quote of the Month

Quote of the Month

Emily Sung | April 16, 2020

“History repeats itself, but in such cunning disguise that we never detect the resemblance until the damage is done.” -- Sydney J. Harris After seeing an advertisement for a high-paying fitting...

New conservative party sets reform movements in Korea

New conservative party sets reform movements in Korea

Emily Bae | March 18, 2020

On Jan. 5, eight lawmakers who withdrew from the minor opposition Bareunmirae Party (BP) launched a new conservative party in Korea to form a right-wing party in pursuit of reforms. Tentatively named the...

Updates on coronavirus situation in South Korea

Updates on coronavirus situation in South Korea

Jiwon Lee | March 16, 2020

The recent coronavirus pandemic, which first appeared in Wuhan Province during December 2019, caused a nationwide shutdown of the country’s numerous travel and trade routes in the following months. Despite...

Quote of the Month

Quote of the Month

Emily Sung | March 16, 2020

“Sometimes all you need is a change of scenery.” -- Jay Kaslo With the number of infected patients increasing by hundreds everyday and the Korean government officially declaring it a serious health...

Upcoming South Korean elections signify change

Upcoming South Korean elections signify change

Joanne Yang | February 25, 2020

The upcoming South Korean elections to take place on April 15 will be the first conducted under revised election rules. On Dec. 27 2019, South Korea’s National Assembly passed an election reform bill...

Quote of the month

Quote of the month

Emily Sung | February 25, 2020

“You don't drown by falling into water. You only drown if you stay there.” -- Edwin Louis Cole The first month of 2020 was rough. Starting with the threat of World War III and ending with the spread...

President Trump’s impeachment trial highlights ugliness of US politics

President Trump’s impeachment trial highlights ugliness of US politics

Emily Bae | February 25, 2020

On Feb. 5, the US Senate held a vote concluding President Trump’s impeachment trial. The trial was based on two articles of impeachment; one that accuses him of the abuse of power, alleging that he exploited...

Climate change causes destructive Australian wildfires

Climate change causes destructive Australian wildfires

Sally Lee | January 29, 2020

Since late July, Australia has been fighting the deadliest wildfires in its history. Every state, especially New South Wales, has been devastated by this natural disaster, losing towns, properties, and...

US bans specific flavored cartridges for e-cigarettes

US bans specific flavored cartridges for e-cigarettes

Irene Kim | January 29, 2020

Amid the recent soaring popularity of e-cigarettes, the US announced a countrywide ban on  flavored cartridges for e-cigarettes, specifically ones containing vitamin E acetate, on Dec. 26, 2019. Given...