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What Does The Campus Journal Mean to Us?
  • By Jo Soo-bin, editor-in-chief
  • 승인 2021.11.27 10:09
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My journalist life for the past two years will remain the most meaningful memory of my college life. I am so proud that The Campus Journal has faithfully served as a school newspaper by delivering news both on and off campus. In particular, I am very grateful to the reporters who trusted me and followed me well, who supported me as editor-in-chief this year. I'm also thankful to everyone who's interested in and who helped me with The Campus Journal. Please continue to show a lot of interest in The Campus Journal.

By Jo Soo-bin, editor-in-chief

I have thoroughly enjoyed this opportunity, working with the journalists of The Campus Journal. It has been astounding to witness the raw talent that is embodied in each writer, while reading their articles, knowing they will captivate readers. It has been a pleasure to see everyone continue to develop their skills. I have loved reading the fascinating topics chosen and how each one is extremely important on the local and global stages. I want to wish everyone at The Campus Journal continued success in their academic and personal pursuits!

By Jessica Trites, English editor

A year as a cub-reporter at The Campus Journal is like a treasure in my life. I learned not only the ability to write in English, but also how to articulate what I want to convey clearly to the reader. Finally, I would like to thank the other reporters and our editor-in-chief, who worked hard for The Campus Journal. I wish all the best to The Campus Journal.

By Park Yu-jeong, cub-reporter

This past year has been a great honor for me, working as a cub-reporter at The Campus Journal. At first, I had a hard time writing an article because I was not used to it. However, while looking back, I think every moment has been meaningful. Thanks to The Campus Journal, I became more interested in school activities and learned the joy of publishing a newspaper together. I want to thank every member for their hard work, and I look forward to the upcoming activities of The Campus Journal.

By Park Jeong-hyeon, cub-reporter

As a reporter for The Campus Journal of CWNU, discovering issues has been difficult for me to do. Writing articles has always inspired me, whenever I conducted research to write articles, out of my own knowledge and interests. It was helpful not only for English writing, but also for sticking to the world trends.

By Park Hyun-jong, reporter

I experienced a lot of new things through the Campus Journal. I was anxious and worried because it was my first time having a meeting, coverage, interview and writing an article, but I think I'm learning a lot. In particular, writing English articles and receiving feedback, helped me a lot in studying English. Although we couldn't interact much due to the non-face-to-face meeting, everyone worked hard. Thank you for the past year!

By So Min-young, cub-reporter

It's already been a year since I wrote an article with other reporters at a fixed time for the-year. It is regrettable that most article item meetings were held non-face-to-face, unable to meet many other reporters, but it was still the most rewarding and meaningful year. The period of working for The Campus Journal may be the period that I feel was the most valuable, when I think of college life in the future.

By An So-yeon, cub-reporter

When I went to the Campus Journal for an interview, I was worried about whether I could become a trainee reporter or play a good role as a reporter. However, as I continued to write and publish articles, I felt that I had grown a lot as a trainee reporter, and I was able to gain the most valuable experience in my college life. I would like to thank the editor-in-chief and reporters of The Campus Journal. I want to say thank you for your hard work.

By Lee Yeon-jin, cub-reporter

With a lot of expectations and fantasies, I thought I should not spend time in vain at the university I entered. While working as a cub-reporter in 2021, I was able to have a rewarding and meaningful school life. In addition, my affection for university seems to have grown with writing articles. I think I am lucky to finish the precious period of sophomore year with The Campus Journal of CWNU. I would like to express my gratitude to everyone who helped me write articles during the year.

By Jung In-hee, cub-reporter

By Jo Soo-bin, editor-in-chief  hyun185415@naver.com

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