Sungwon Yoon
News Editor
Class of 2023

Articles by Sungwon

URMC studies COVID-19 vaccines, social distancing

Though testing will take place with multiple visits over a period of two years, it’s possible that the resulting vaccine will be ready for emergency use before then, with plans in place for millions of doses to be available by the end of the year, and production being upped to hundreds of millions in 2021.

UR team develops COVID-19 screening software for URMC workers

By asking questions related to the disease’s symptoms, the tool tells the user whether they potentially have COVID-19.

Petitions call for change to S/F system

The first petition garnered 1,181 student signatures to date, and called for the University to adopt a Double-A model for the 2020 spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus is not an excuse to be racist

I’m not just putting this out there as an Asian, but as a member of society.

Dining updates: A new coffee shop

“Student feedback drives change for us,” Director of Campus Dining Services Cam Schauf said.

For UR’s two quad foxes, a new year, and a new chapter

“We kept setting traps, we kept checking the traps. The fox itself came close to my pest control specialist and we tried to noose it, [but] we couldn’t get close enough to do that.”

Petition calls for an earlier Gold Line

The petition, initially submitted by junior Zdenek Vitesnik, states that its purpose is to “bring attention to the fact that there is no transportation for students between Riverview and the River Campus before 7:00am,” as there are “many students in Riverview who have either athletic practices or work starting at 7:00.”

Womanist Club talks racial fetishes

Is dating or attraction based on race okay? Is it just a preference or a sign of something more sinister?…

The untold story of comfort women

Everyone wants an apology when someone has wronged them. Whether on an individual or national scale, it’s difficult to forgive…