Duksung Vista

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The Duksung VISTA
Categories Newspaper
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Chi EunHee
Country Republic of Korea
Based in Library 401, DWU 19 Geunhwagyu-gil, Dobong-gu,Seoul 132-174 Korea.
Language English
Website dsvista.org

The Duksung VISTA is the English press of Duksung Women's University, in Seoul, South Korea. It was founded in 2008 and has been run entirely by Duksung University undergraduates. By six publishing works a year, VISTA consists of eight full scale pages. VISTA selects one important theme before publishing and deals with this theme on feature section in depth. Editors and reporters work as an independent team to provide good articles and information for readers. It often hear from readers the articles are easy to read and well-organized.

VISTA has gradually ignited Duksung students’ interests about English. It is subscribed to by libraries at interchange universities in Korea and abroad to publish the news of Duksung. VISTA is also part of the international development of Duksung Women's University and recently published a special edition for UNWP. The special edition represented a special tool for communication between foreigners and Koreans as well as a means to improve the international stature of Duksung Women's University.

VISTA has joined the Union of Korean College English Media (UKCEM), and the editor-in-chief of VISTA is a standing member. The editor-in-chief acts sprightly for the growth of English Media in Korea. In the first semester of 2013, English Media Committee plans to hold a National Essay Contest in association with the JoonAng Daily which is famous journalism in Korea.

UKCEM[edit]

(Union of Korean College English Media)

The Union of Korean College English Media consists of official participatory members who are editor-in-chiefs of university in Korea on behalf of each university newsroom. UKCEM aims to enhance mutual exchange and cooperation within the network of all college English Medias throughout Korea.

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