Today, I would like to share some good news with Kingos. The Sungkyun Times (SKT) has traditionally held an annual event with alumni that have graduated from the SKT; unfortunately, it has not been held for the past two years due to the pandemic. However, regulations have been eased this year, so we have resumed the event to spend some special time with the graduates.
While preparing for such a meaningful event as an Editor-in-Chief of the SKT, I had time to rethink the meaning of relationships. As we go through college, we often form new relationships and clear up existing ones. In the midst of all these changes, what do we need to do to find and maintain a relationship? In the November issue, the SKT wrote several articles exploring this question: the On Campus article will help you form relationships with special Kingos, and the Culture Feature article describes developing relationships with strangers. Also, the Review article presents a game that involves forming friendships and living a new life in a village.
Through these articles, the SKT finally suggests the answer to this question: “love.” By loving my friends and myself, we can keep our place firmly in the whirlwind of relationships as well as modern society. For the healthy social life of Kingos, I would like to wrap this up by reminding you of the central theme of our November issue — Your Life Is Full of Love.
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