No. 157 issue of The Campus Journal is the last issue for this semester. It is also the last one for me. First of all, to all the members of The Campus Journal, the English newspaper of CWNU, I’d like to say "Thank you." They gave their full support and assistance and followed my direction regarding the newspaper. Thanks to them, I could take the newspaper to the direction that I deemed right and publish a good newspaper.
I have worked at The Campus Journal for two and a half years from September 2009. That means The Campus Journal is the better part of my university life, and the time I spent here widened my experience and broadened my view. I have learned a lot while working at The Campus Journal. If you ask me where I spent the most valuable time in my university time, my answer would be at The Campus Journal.
When I became the editor-in-chief, I hoped that many students of CWNU including foreign students read the newspaper, and by doing so, they would become more interested in the university and in English. With this hope in mind, I tried my best to make the newspaper become more readable. I have never doubted the newspaper because I have my full confidence in it. But now, my thoughts have changed. Thus, I would like to ask you, the readers, “What do you think of the English newspaper?” If you have any questions or suggestions for improvement, please don’t hesitate to ask or tell me. Your voice will be heard. I welcome any feedbacks and will personally request the incoming editor to modify and improve the newspaper. I think that would be the last task that I have to fulfill for the newspaper.
I hope the members of The Campus Journal will publish a better and stronger newspaper. Thank you, every one!
by Ryu Seung-bong, Editor-in-Chief
Ryu Seung-bong email@example.com
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