Beneath a Scarlet Sky and the Demise of Quality Novels

June 28, 2020 by Yoona Cho

For months, Beneath a Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan has held the coveted point-of-purchase display spot (aka center placement) of online and…

Charitable Donations in Crisis

June 28, 2020 by Yurie Lee

People choose to donate because they believe in the cause or trust the charitable organization to make a positive difference. However, the…

My Experience with Unconventional Healthy Herbs

June 22, 2020 by Dail Jung

As concerns over health amidst COVID-19 grow, people begin searching for new ways to live healthier lives. Aside from social distancing and…

What Camus Tells us About the Meaning of COVID-19

June 18, 2020 by Jayoung Kim

In late 2019, a report surfaced from Wuhan, China about a cluster of cases that were predicted to be caused by pneumonia. Little did the…

How “Color of the Year” is Smeared in Peoples’ Lives

June 12, 2020 by Soohyun Moon

Every December since 2000, Pantone Color Institute, a leading color company dedicated to supporting the management of color in various…

'Dae-ie-byeong'(대2병), the Puberty of Youths

May 21, 2020 by Jungwon Choi

As a ray of sunlight constantly caresses my cheeks, I try to raise my weary body from the mattress which is smooth as a kitten’s fur. When I…

The Beauty of Walking: Why You Need a Stroll

May 07, 2020 by Yoon Chung

Even when exams were only a week away, I always had half an hour to spare outside, stretching my legs and getting some fresh air. Throughout…

How I “Use” Fate

May 04, 2020 by Chan Kim

Nothing is more detestable than overthinking the future and causing distress about something that is yet to happen. That is why one…

Tiger King and its Disturbing Look into Animal Cruelty

May 02, 2020 by Sukran Choi

In the midst of the recent pandemic, many have resorted to binge-watching Netflix’s insane, true-crime, seven part docu-series called Tiger…

A Review of Someone Who Will Love You in All Your Damaged Glory

April 27, 2020 by Yoonsoo Lee

As it stands in the current state of the world, we’re forced to severely curb physical human interaction. Without school to attend to, it’s…

Aspiring to a Global Consciousness in the Face of Climate Change

December 12, 2019 by Hyein Ahn

While we often go no further than thinking of the Anthropocene as something that has happened to the environment, climate change has…

The Meaning of Privilege in 2019 College Admissions Scandal

December 05, 2019 by Sukran Choi

Ever since the controversial story surrounding the children of affluent parents scamming their way into college admissions came out, it has…

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