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Updated: 2019.4.14 14:37
 
Long-delayed 33rd USC Presidency Re-election Cancelled Once Again
The 33rd Re-election for the Undergraduate Student Council (USC) Presidency has been cancelled once again after the Central Elections Committee (CEC) issued a disciplinary action statement against the election campaign, resulting in the forfeiture of the candidacy for Saero, the only candidate who had been running in the election.

Culture

Why the Hashtag Sells — But Shouldn’t
“Museum Therapy: Dear Brain” advertised relaxing time for your brain through audiovisual stimuli with colorful photo spots and meditative background music. I left the building regretting my wasted time and money while pondering about the source of demand for such a superficial attraction — and at its core, I found online self-advertisement.
sleepless in __________: Not Quite Epic
For their first independently-produced album, sleepless in __________ didn’t quite capture Epik High’s newly found freedom.
Born into Technology
The children of the 21st century have grown up with tablets, phones, and computers as an integral part of their childhood. The question is, how is this unprecedented change affecting this generation?
Columns
A Constitutional Case Against Impeaching Trump
Trump impeachment may not be the best course of action - despite what reports may say.
Our Vanishing Reluctance Towards Online Friendships
We simply deem meeting people online to be suspicious or unnatural. We are given the tools to find people worth connecting with as well as the tools to actually connect with them, yet we somehow find a way to convince ourselves it’s too sketchy to be worth pursuing.
International
A Modern Colony’s Dilemma
On November 4, 2018, blue-red-green flags were waving on the streets of New Caledonia. These flags symbolized the movement supporting the independence of the island nation.
Dean’s List: A Guide for the Perennially Confused
The eternal struggle for good grades seems to beset nearly all of us, so this time the Herald has asked someone who might have found the answer, judging by his 4.3 GPA.
Fine Dust in Korea: Who Should be Held Responsible?
Long-delayed 33rd USC Presidency Re-election Cancelled Once Again
Born into Technology
Dean’s List: A Guide for the Perennially Confused
A Road Trip to Remember
Exploring Hong Kong
KAIST ONE Resignation Prompts Reshuffle
Why the Hashtag Sells — But Shouldn’t
A Modern Colony’s Dilemma
Interview with an Ex-Member of the USC

Society Debate

Fine Dust in Korea: Who Should be Held Responsible?
With no country being held responsible for the fine dust and air pollution being ever present, the situation is only getting worse. This month’s debate discusses both Korea’s and China’s responsibility concerning Korea’s recent fine dust crisis.
People and Community
Interview with an Ex-Member of the USC
After the dismissal of the previous USC, Batchim, last year, the USC was replaced by the Emergency Response Committee (ERC), Rise, causing confusion for many KAISTians. To clarify the events of last semester, The KAIST Herald interviewed a former USC and ERC member, Jeho Jin.

Letter from the Chief

Letter from the Chief March 2019
Is the KAIST community more conservative than we think?
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