Inha Newspaper (Korean)
The Inha Newspaper was first issued on February 10, 1958 under the name Inha School Paper. Since then, the paper has continuously recorded the history of Inha University despite many hardships. It published its 1000th issue in March 2003, which was an outstanding achievement in university journalism.
The Inha Newspaper team consists of cub reporters, semi-reporters, reporters, a director and an editor in chief, and has two reporting groups. Cub reporters are selected at the beginning of the semester and the department offers training to nurture great reporters.
Events held by the Inha Newspaper
- Inha Culture Awards
Established in 1976, the Inha Culture Awards is open to all Inha students who submit their written work between December and January every year. The awards are given in the poetry, novel, and critical essay divisions and prize money and medals are awarded to the first and second place winnners.
- News Photo Exhibition
Established in 1981, the exhibition shows historically meaningful photos which have not appeared in the newspaper. Through those on and off campus photos, the exhibition is intended to highlight editorial issues and events during the year.
- Public Hearing on Elections
The Inha Press Association (Inha Newspaper, IBS, the Editing Committee for Inha School Paper and the Inha Times) holds a public hearing before the Student Government election to question the promises made by the General Student Association of Inha University.
- Desk: 4th Floor (#7-419) of the Student Center
- Phone: 032-860-8321
- Fax: 032-867-1114
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Homepage: http://inhanews.com
The Inha Times (English)
The Inha Times was first published on October 20, 1972 under the name Inha Herald. It has sought campus democratization, social justice and national unification since then. After the short suspension of its publication in 1980, the paper was published again with its current title of the Inha Times in standard format. In 1993, it made an innovative change into a magazine format, following Yonsei and Korea University. The Inha Times is an English monthly paper which is published 5 times a year. The Inha Times seeks to promote university culture and to provide students with a platform to voice their ideas and opinions.
Along with the Desk, 5 departments- Feature Department, Social Department, Campus Department, Culture Department and World department compose the Inha Times. Cub reporters are recruited early every year and are provided with training.
Events held by the Inha Times
The Inha Times currently hosts various events for students including Inhaian Say and Quiz in the magazine.
- You can take part in publishing the Inha Times!
- The Inha Times considers your opinion important.
- We are trying to publish your opinions, essays and reviews.
- We look forward to participation from students with great ideas and English writing skills.
- Desk: 4th Floor (#7-420) of the Student Center
- Phone: 032-860-8322
Inha Broadcasting Station (IBS)
Opened in 1969, the Inha Broadcasting Station (IBS) has a 38-year history. The IBS plays an important role in protecting Inha’s ideas and tradition, and representing student opinion through regular broadcasts, three times a day. The IBS also promotes campus culture by holding events such as the IBS Campus Song Competition, IBS Broadcasting Festival, and OPEN STUDIO.
Organization of the IBS
The IBS has four departments with the head of programming at the center.
IBS producers with unique personalities and creativity!
They are in charge of planning and producing dramas and educational programs, and they select songs for the program hosted by a professional DJ. If you want to share your writing and songs with other students, join the IBS producers!
The Show Must Go On!
IBS Engineers: the Magicians of Sound!
They control all the equipment and tools for broadcasting and delivering the best sound to campus. They have fast and meticulous dexterity and a great ability to operate fader. Through their hands comes a beautiful sound.
IBS Announcers with beautiful voices!
They are working as hosts of educational programs, professional DJs, voice actors in radio dramas, and officiators at IBS hosting events as well as news anchors.
IBS Reporters – witty and intelligent!
As school reporters, they investigate and report major issues on campus. Through various activities, including news reports, producing programs, reporting current affairs, reporting and anchoring, they are the eyes and ears of Inha students. Your passion flows from the tips of your pens! That is the IBS reporter.
Events held by the IBS
During the semester, the regular broadcasts are aired three times a day: 8:25 to 8:55 A.M., 12:40 to 1:00 P.M., and 5:10 to 5:50 P.M. You can also listen to the broadcast at the IBS room at the student center. You can also replay regular broadcasts, and watch videos of IBS events at the IBS homepage: http://ibs.inha.ac.kr
- Desk: 3rd Floor (IBS Room) of the Student Center
- Phone: 032-860-8325
- Homepage: http://ibs.inha.ac.kr
Inha Magazine Editorial Board
Established in 1956, the Inha Magazine Editorial Board is one of the major campus media organizations with a long history. Every semester, it publishes a student-centerer magazine that focuses on campus life, society and culture.
Probationary editors, editors and the chief editor work on the Inha Magazine. Probationary editors are selected at the beginning of every semester and they become editors at the end of their probationary period.
An ombudsman refers to a public advocate who represents the interests of the public by investigating and addressing complaints of maladministration or rights violations. The Inha Magazine Editorial Board utilizes an ombudsman system in order to highlight student issues.
- Inha Forum
The Inha Magazine Editorial Board hosts the Inha Forum during fall semester each year in order to encourage all Inha students to explore and study scholarly research. Students can participate in one of the two sections: review (arts, current affairs and literature) and academic paper (natural science and humanities & social science). Winners are selected by professors, and their works and commentary are published in the magazine.
- Public Hearing on Elections
The Inha Press Association (Inha Newspaper, IBS, the Editing Committee for Inha School Paper and the Inha Times) holds a public hearing each year before the Student Government election to question the promises made by the General Student Association of Inha University.
- Desk: 4th Floor (#7-426) of the Student Center
- Phone: 032-860-8465
- E-mail: email@example.com