Yeon-Woo JooSophomore, International TradeWhen I first read this magazine I thought it was difficult to read and a little boring. The reasons were that this magazine is written in English and the arti
Lan-Ah LimFreshman, Cultural Anthropology In brief, I would like to say that The Yeungnam Observer is so fascinating. I think the magazine has solid information and is easy to read. I also feel like I
Sang-Gil Ahn Junior, Electronic Engineering When I was drinking a cup of coffee and talking with friends I saw this magazine. It was the last issue of The Yeungnam Observer. I was especially intereste
Sue-Youn Jang Sophomore, Korean HistoryThe previous issue of The Yeungnam Observer included articles dealing with issues that require closer attention. When I was reading the Cover Story, I was able t
Hyuk KimSophomore,Cultural -AnthropologyI was a freshman a year ago when I first made use of the English Help Desk. I was taking English conversation class at that time, and I went to the English Help
The English Help Desk is located in the Global Lounge. It was established in order to give students an opportunity to improve their English skills in writing, reading, listening, and conversation. The English Help Desk is supposed to provide assistance on campus so students do not have to search and pay for assistance elsewhere. However, there are concerns on the part of some students. Let's read some these opinions.
Elfelson Malik came from Indonesia. He is currently taking part in an MA program here at YU in Advanced Material Sciences. This is his first semester in Korea. Soon-Ki Lee is a Korean student who studied in China for one year. Let's read their stories about last semester.
Dong-Hyeon Noh Sophomore, Electrical Engineering I was impressed by the Global feature. Two Yeungnam Observer reporters went to Vietnam, and they experienced a different culture. I have never been abr