[COVID-19 Report] An Opportunity for Change?

June 28, 2020 by Min Jun Kim

As of the time of writing the article, there have been over 7,300,000 cases of COVID-19 infections and 400,000 related deaths. COVID-19 has…

[COVID-19 Report] COVID-19 and the Rhino Poaching Crisis in Botswana

June 28, 2020 by Ariunzaya Munkhuu

We all know that the COVID-19 has killed hundreds of thousands of people, bankrupted businesses, and destroyed the global economy. However…

How to start thinking about your future career

June 28, 2020 by Soonwoo Kwon

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Many people tell us that choosing the right job that fits us is…

The Conundrums in Combating Fake News

June 25, 2020 by Taewon Min

Fake news is spreading all across the world and Korea is no exception. Recently, a news program called Straight from MBC discovered that…

The Success of Netflix Original Series: Extracurricular

June 22, 2020 by Hyelim Jung

Extracurricular is a Korean Netflix Original Series that was released on April 29, 2020. It consists of 10 episodes, and there is much…

Korean Buddhist Temples in Seoul

May 11, 2020 by Sara Rousalova

The Hidden Oases of Seoul Seoul is a beautiful city that has so much to offer. Whether one needs to buy some fashionable clothes, get the…

[COVID-19 Report] The COVID-19 Syndrome: What’s New and What’s Not

April 27, 2020 by Chaewon Sung

Truth be told, it is not the first time that an epidemic wreaked worldwide havoc. In fact, far from it. Recent examples of such diseases…

[COVID-19 Report] COVID-19’s Impacts at Home

April 23, 2020 by Emma Nijssen

New challenges call for new methods of adaptation in our active pandemic world. What was first dismissed by many as an illness that would…

[COVID-19 Report] My Long Journey Home

April 23, 2020 by Soonwoo Kwon

January 13th, I landed in Chicago to start the second semester of my exchange program. Back then, I did not know that the freezing weather…

Loneliness and the Rise of Authoritarianism

January 03, 2020 by Taewon Min

Every college student, within and out of UIC, may at times feel lonely, but they are not alone. More and more people, unfortunately, are…

Let's Talk About Memes

November 28, 2019 by Ariunzaya Munkhuu

There’s not a single university student who wouldn’t know what memes are if I said ‘meme’. Memes have been part of our daily life and youth…

The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes, Nicaragua

November 21, 2019 by Eunje Kim

One of the most exciting parts about being a UIC student is getting to interact with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures from all…

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