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The COVID-19 Pandemic, which started last year, is still in place. CBNU has been conducting online classes through the Blackboard system since 2020. There are advantages of being able to take classes conveniently and listening to them regardless of time and place, but if there are any advantages, there are also disadvantages. Actually, after conducting online classes on Blackboard, hundreds of Blackboard errors were reported. In this article, a CBT reporter would like to learn more about errors related to using Blackboards and listen to students’opinions.
 
Do you know that the ‘Kaltura Content Management System’ came in Blackboard? According to a survey of enrolled students, 50% of students said that they don’t know that the Kaltura Content Management System came in Blackboard. Therefore, a CBT reporter is going to report about what ‘Kaltura Content Management System’ is and the distinction of this system.
 
It has been a whole year since the COVID-19 outbreak in 2021, but we haven’t fully escaped the threat of COVID-19 yet. The highly contagious virus can be seen as fatal in club activities, in which ‘hanging-out’ is considered as important. The street recruitment period used to be held when the new semester started every year, but this activity was also cancelled due to COVID-19. The event attracts too many students to continue as before.
 
In March 2021, CBNU was crowded by students returning for the start of class. There were a lot of students who had face-to-face classes or preferred to study at school even though most classes would be untact due to COVID-19. It comes as no surprise that dormitories, above all, were the most crowded places on campus. Last year the CBNU dormitories were mostly single occupancy instead of the original double occupancy for collective COVID-19 infection prevention.
 
March has finally arrived spilling warm sunlight over the campus after a long freezing winter. Even though the world has been in all kinds of trouble since COVID-19 ambushed us last year, CBNU could begin a new semester. In this article we are going to look at the class operation plan of the 2021 spring semester, and have Q&As with the department of academic support.
 
Last December, CBNU opened a non-curriculum management integration system called “CIEAT” by coordinating the existing scattered systems in order to manage them effectively and deliver comparative programs to the student. This article will help students to learn more about CIEAT and at the same time, learn about non-curriculum programs on offer at CBNU.
 
Last November, saw the 53rd General Student Council election to select those who would lead in the year 2021. Symbol CROSS ran as the sole candidate for the student council. CBT reporter examined the election process and organized their pledges through interviews with candidates for the student council.
 
Because of COVID-19, from March, CBNU is proceeding untacting class during a year. Due to this, there are many changes in school events and class. It is in doubt that this change will continue in 2021. In the hope of hopeful 2021, to know about the walk of future, CBNU reporters interviewed four students who out of the surface even though there are difficulties in untact and student council who managing students and professor.
 
CBNU student, Lee Sung-kyung (Dept. of Fine Arts) was frustrated to see the cancellation notice of this year’s university festival. “I have enjoyed campus festivals since my freshman year. Around this time, the whole campus area used to be vibrant from festival preparations, so it feels somewhat empty to see the quiet campus,” she said. That’s why she showed interest in the online communication festival. “A friend of mine told me about the communication festival.
 
Due to the influence of COVID-19, our lives have changed a lot compared to before. In particular, ‘Untact Consumption’ has increased significantly, making it an indispensable factor for us ‘Untact’ is a combination of ‘un’ and ‘contact’, meaning ‘no contact’. Online classes and VR shopping, which used to be unfamiliar, have now become all too familiar in our lives. Under these circumstances, the CBNU Museum decided to hold an online exhibition.
 
This year there are 57 registered university clubs on the CBNU campus. These clubs were initiated for the student body allowing them to participate in various activities including liberal arts, culture arts, volunteer work, religious activities, physical activities and education. However, because of the seriousness of the COVID-19, various changes have been made, such as outdoor activities and group activities being limited.
 
As the risk of the spread of COVID-19 has not been eliminated, CBNU has decided on the principle of non-face-to-face(NFTF) classes for the second semester of 2020. There is a difference in that the entire teaching method was decided and announced in advance; in March and April, the first semester, the method was announced after identifying the extent of the spread of COVID-19.
 
CBT interviewed the Doyak campaign members as they are running for the Student Council election in 2020. The interview was conducted to help school members understand the campaign pledges and encourage them to vote.
 
Due to the prolonged COVID-19 situation, lectures were converted to non-face-to-face classes during the first semester of 2020. These unprecedented incidents are adding to the confusion among students. To solve this confusion, CBNU is coming up with measures to deal with it amid many concerns. Let’s find out how CBNU plans to cope until the end of the semester.
 
The long chilly winter has finally gone, and spring has already arrived at CBNU. In 2020, new freshmen entered our university and they are buoyed up by the new and exciting prospect of campus life. We, the students and staff wish each one of you a very warm welcome! Freshmen are usually very curious about campus life, but it might be hard to get useful information. Therefore, CBT is going to introduce all kinds of useful and practical information about a variety of aspects relating to campus life.
 
CBT interviewed the Doyak campaign members as they are running for the Student Council election in 2020. The interview was conducted to help school members understand the campaign pledges and encourage them to vote. Jan. 28th to Feb. 3rd 2020 was the enrollment period for CBNU students to sign up for classes. Any college student appreciates the importance and urgency of enrollment especially because it is a first-come-first-served system.
 
CBT interviewed the Doyak campaign members as they are running for the Student Council election in 2020. The interview was conducted to help school members understand the campaign pledges and encourage them to vote.
 
The two clubs of the Department of Physics, SEM and RPG, took part in the 2019 KPS (Korean Physical Society) Fall Undergraduate Research Poster Session. The Undergraduate Research Poster Session was held for undergraduate students who are interested in physics and want to present their research under the guidance of one of their professors. Students in majors related to physics were also able to participate.
 
Synergy, the current Student Council, began their work in March 2019. CBNU students worried about Synergy because Synergy was elected in a second election after being defeated. However, Synergy has silently fulfilled their pledges for the welfare and convenience of CBNU students. Many students even felt sorry for them at the end of the Student Council’s term, and students lavished praise on Synergy’s work. Their term will expire soon. Let’s check on the status of their pledges and their implementation plan.
 
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