Walking around campus, it would be easy to come across colorful magazines and, like many students, not pay much attention to them. Students may not know it, but these magazines contain a lot of useful information and are full of interesting contents. Currently, these magazines are distributed in many buildings, including Buildings 102, 303, and 310, as well as in the dormitories. CAH would like to introduce students to the types of magazines distributed on campus and what each one contains.
1. Daehak Naeil
Daehak Naeil, meaning “college tomorrow,” is a weekly magazine for university students. The magazine consists of a variety of information about university life, off-campus activities and contests, politics, and beauty. Students who want to participate in off-campus activities and contests, but have not been able to do so due to a lack of information, may find just the right information in Daehak Naeil. In addition, students will be able to sympathize with much of the magazine’s contents as the magazine is produced by university students.
2. Hackers Magazine
Hackers magazine is a magazine for college students and those who are looking for jobs. The magazine contains information that young people in their 20s can read with interest, such as articles about campus life and employment. Since the magazine is produced by the educational group Hackers, it has gained the trust of many students. To meet these students’ expectations, Hackers has also been working hard to offer more professional information. Students preparing for a language test such as TOEFL or TOEIC should read this magazine as it contains strategies for getting a high score and coupons for online lectures as well.
3. Campus Job & Joy
Campus Job & Joy, a daily magazine for university students published by the company The Korea Economic Daily, Hankyung, covers career issues, offering information about job creation and start-up companies. This magazine will be of particular interest to students who are currently struggling to find a job and choose a career path. What’s more, the magazine is beloved by many university students since it includes information about beauty, fashion, and lifestyle of students in their 20s. CAH recommends students who are agonizing over an unclear future to read Campus Job & Joy.
4. Dong-A Business Review
Dong-A Business Review is a magazine that contains information on management knowledge. Unlike many other current economic magazines, which only give superficial information about management, Dong-A Business Review strives to deliver in-depth content about corporate management. In addition, it will provide very useful information to students who are interested in management, as it provides actual cases and solutions at real sites.
The variety of magazines distributed on campus clearly contains a lot of useful information for students. However, many students do not know much about the magazines. In addition to the magazines introduced above, there are other ones as well, so if you see any brightly colored magazines the next time you’re strolling around campus, CAH recommends you pick one up and read it. The magazines on campus contain a lot of entertaining and educational content that will help you get one step closer to being an intellectual student. < 저작권자 © 중앙헤럴드 무단전재 및 재배포금지 >