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  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
    She fumbled with a rhinestone button on her purple cardigan, and then brought the pen cap to her mouth before breaking the silence. “Dongeun?” she said, waiting for a hand to shoot up in the air. I raised my arm halfway and said, quietly, “Here. “You can just call me Jane,” I ad...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
    “Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself” (Leviticus 19:18) --------------- Racist parents raise racist children. Likewise, an intolerant mother fosters an intolerant daughter. My mother is intolerant of homosexuals. She raised me in a community that condemns them. We label our family as devou...
  • Opinion > Spirituality / Religion
    If God is defined as the True Knowledge, a collection of unknowns, I wonder about the extent of human understanding of God. Can human understanding ever reach, or even surpass, God's understanding? Suppose God himself is the limit of human understanding? This is the traditional view of the fait...
  • Fiction > Romance
    Sophie gazed out the window, staring at the oak tree shedding its leaves. It’s been two months since Sophie last stepped outside the house. Her single mother has long given up trying to persuade Sophie to go to school. Her father, a sergeant stationed in Korea, probably doesn’t even know...
  • Hot Topics > Health
    It’s not as easy as it seems. To escape depression. You can’t just smile and expect the sadness to dissipate. You don’t just wake up one day without the gloomy thoughts haunting your mind. The world isn’t that optimistic. If it were, wouldn’t it be one hell of a better ...
  • Nonfiction > Heroes
    Whether you are a stressed-out teenager wrapped up in piles of homework or an aspiring author tangled up in scandalous accusations of plagiarism, we all encounter obstacles in our lives. When confronted with difficulties, most people seek the easy way out by simply ignoring the problem. Unfortunatel...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
    Strolling along the winter streets of Moscow, women and men flaunt their full-length mink coats. Gracing fancy cafes and coffee shops in elite Beverly Hills half way around the world, patrons who are heavily bedizened with fur gloves and hats fatuously prattle about their latest fashion pursuits. Sc...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
    More than sixty years ago, Adolf Hitler uttered the horrific phrase that forever changed the course of our history: “The year 1941 will bring completion of the greatest victory.” For the next four, gruesome years, Hitler defied the essence of victory – an achievement of mastery or success –...
  • Hot Topics > Health
    “Halahbuhji, kidalyaw*!” I shouted, simultaneously gasping for air as I tried to catch up to my grandpa, who briskly paced 20 yards ahead. Fondly smiling, grandpa turned around and sauntered downhill. His smile did not efface as he swiped the sweats tickling down his 6-year-old granddaughter...
  • Nonfiction > Heroes
    Whether you are a stressed out teenager wrapped up in piles of homework or an aspiring author tangled up in a scandalous accusation for plagiarism, we encounter obstacles in our daily lives. When confronted with difficulties, most people seek the easy way out – simply ignoring the problem. Unfortu...
  • Hot Topics > Community Service
    “Ga, na, da, ra.” They recite in unison as I point to the intricate ­Korean alphabets. Hmm … too easy? Facing the whiteboard, I carefully form a word incorporating these ­elaborate characters, crossing my fingers for someone to shout out the answer. “Nabi!” someone declares. “...

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