Hunter is a third year computer science major student at Occidental College. Outside of his studies, he competes with the college golf team, works for the athletic department communications group, and travels during his free time. The purpose of his study abroad experience is to gain knowledge of South Korea's efforts in mitigating COVID-19. He will use this as inspiration for his graduation comprehensive project back home to pitch the idea of an optimal technological system that helps prevent COVID-19 to spread. However, the proposal must face opposition from America's privacy culture.
In two weeks, my project group produced two news broadcasting videos for our introductory journalism class. At the beginning of planning, we decided to work on North Korea's current tensions... keep reading
Academics: Only 3 school days left before reading and final exam weeks begin. I have been attending and keeping up with all of my classes due to my home school's... keep reading
[VIDEO::https://youtu.be/cCh16zcQdiM] The music video group project challenged my creativity, communication, and patience. From story writing, to filming, to editing, to dance practicing, to acting, the final product required devotion and... keep reading
On-campus Involvement: Being a foreign exchange student without having sufficient Korean, I am not involved in student life on campus. I experienced and learned the language barrier was more than... keep reading
I gained a better appreciation of Korean cuisine at the Hansik Learning Center, a Korean food promotional hall. The class was immersive and engaging. The master chef taught me how... keep reading
Never experienced an amusement park in Korea? Lotte World and Everland are the two most popular parks attracting families… and young adults. Especially in Lotte World, you will see young... keep reading