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Feb 03, 2020 A Sampler from SNU’s Course Menu Among SNU’s many merits, one of its best has to be the diversity of its course offerings. Here are some interesting courses offered by the Faculty of Liberal Education that allow you to reap the benefits of SNU’s diversity to the fullest. Feb 03, 2020 The Real Story of SNU Students We are currently in the midst of the YouTube age, where people are constantly consuming video content according to their own interests and tastes. Jan 20, 2020 The Young Researchers Who Broaden the Bounds of Science “I’m sure all researchers feel the same, but I find my field of study really interesting. We’re working on developing 3D models and cutting-edge media to explore new developments” Jan 08, 2020 For we are not alone on Earth In 1999, birds in New York were found dead for no apparent reason. A few months later, New Yorkers suffered from an unidentified encephalitis. Jan 08, 2020 Towards a greener campus Last year, our school was responsible for over 142 thousand tons of greenhouse gas emissions, costing over 350 billion won, which is roughly equivalent to that of a small- to medium-sized city. Dec 18, 2019 Introducing the Global Leaders Program The Global Leaders Program is an undergraduate program run by the Department of Political Science and International Relations which aims to foster the next generation of leaders in the public sector. Dec 18, 2019 Young Entrepreneurs with Kind Hearts: Introducing Bom Genuel The employment rate for people with disabilities is only around 36%, and things are even worse for Korea’s blind population, with its employment rate of 8.1%. Dec 04, 2019 Introducing some of SNU’s most unique clubs and societies To many, a great club is like the cherry on top of the sweet cake of college life. For some SNU students, however, the club is more than just the cherry, it’s the whole cake itself Dec 03, 2019 Breathing New Life into Traditional Korean Culture It’s been about 30 years since artistic director Jaeyeon Joo (Department of Chemical Engineering, incoming class of 1985) has been walking the path of Korean traditional culture, fascinated by samulnori. Nov 28, 2019 Rem Koolhaas in SNU: Museum of Art When walking up to the campus from the main entrance, one encounters the impressive mass of the SNU Museum of Art (MoA). Nov 28, 2019 SNU General Education Peer Tutoring Program SNU students may be known for their outstanding academic talent, but sometimes they need help, especially when they are new to the school. Nov 20, 2019 Nobel Laureate William G. Kaelin Jr. Speaks at SNU On November 8, the Department of Biological Sciences hosted a lecture and question-and-answer session with Dr. William Kaelin Jr., recipient of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Medicine.