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The Chonnam Tribune asked students for their opinions on domestic and on-campus issues. Why don’t you read this article and make your own opinion? - Ed.

[Domestic Issues]

▲ Ann Seo-yeon, Freshman, Dept. of English Language and Literature

Juvenile Law Revision
Ann Seo-yeon (Freshman, Dept. of English Language and Literature)
Recently, youth violence has been revealed out-and-out. However, most Juvenile offenders know they won't get punished severely because they are under age, and abuse this character of law for committing crimes. We are educated by our parents that we should not beat people under any circumstances, and juveniles can understand this norm just like adults can. There is a proverb ‘What is learned in the cradle is carried to the tomb.’ If juveniles don’t get a reasonable punishment for their crime and know their faults, they will commit the same crime when they become adults. Therefore, the government should revise the juvenile law.

▲ Jeon Hun-min, Senior, Dept. of Civil Engineering
Abolishing Anti-abortion Law
Jeon Hun-min (Senior, Dept. of Civil Engineering)
The Constitutional Court made a decision on the constitutionality of the punishment for illegal abortion in 2012. Now in 2017, however, Korean people's petition to abolish the law against abortion has exceeded 200,000 cases on the Blue House homepage. The issue has become controversial in Korean society once again. The current abortion law imposes a penalty of up to one year in prison or a fine up to 2 million won when a pregnant woman aborts on purpose. As a consequence, there are Koreans who leave for an 'abortion trip'. I think we have to consider whether the constitutional restrictions on abortion should be abolished or not, and how the result will affect the domestic situation.

[Campus Issues]

▲ Matkhiya Usmonova, Freshman, Dept. of English Language and Literature

CNU Festival Programs
Matkhiya Usmonova (Freshman, Dept. of English Language and Literature)
I enjoyed K-pop singers’ performances at the festival with my international friends. If I were the manager of the festival, I would prepare performances and songs in many different languages. I want the university authorities to make a kakaotalk group for international students to inform us of various events and activities, though I knew that the annual festival would open on September 26 because of the posters on the walls on campus. I think CNU needs to make more festivals for international students, because we get a lot of stress from our daily life. So we want to relieve stress through more festivals for us. Then our satisfaction with the university will be increased.

▲ Kim Woo-seung, Junior, Dept. of English Language and Literature

Extending Student Union Hours
Kim Woo-seung (Junior, Dept. of English Language and Literature)
Our club members practiced for an orchestra concert until 10 p.m. closing time of the Student Union 1 Building. It is too early. When the news came that the General Student Club Association asked the university to open the student union buildings 24 hours a day, we were concerned about safety and security. Since the buildings are open for anyone, they can be exposed to violent crimes or burglary during the nighttime Therefore, my suggestion is to delay the closing time of the buildings under a better security system.

By Cha Jang-won, Cub-Reporter
Park Seon-ah, Cub-Reporter

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