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Practice Chuo’s philosophy “Knowledge into Action” Prof. Miyashita talks about “Research Festa” リサーチ・フェスタは「行動する知性」実践の場 宮下紘・総合政策学部准教授に聞く

“Research Festa”, an annual forum of research presentations by Chuo University’s Faculty of Policy Studies (FPS) students, was launched four years ago. Hiroshi Miyashita, an FPS associate professor, has been associated with the event as judge since its inauguration. Students who attend his seminar h …

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Putting heart and soul into song leading Shinzawa recalls her four years at Chuo ソングリーディングに情熱燃やした4年間 ―総合政策学部国際政策文化学科・新澤美沙さんに聞く―

Spring is a turning point in life for students. As a new academic year begins, some leave school to set out into the world and others advance to the next grade to continue their studies. Some may be full of hopes and others may feel uneasy prior to their new challenges. Hakumon Herald interviewed Mi …

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Learning the importance of challenging Soeda and Shikishi tell Hakumon Herald 学んだことは挑戦することの重要性 ―商学部会計学科・添田洋平さん、経済学部経済学科・色紙悠さん―

More than a thousand audiences come to see the school’s annual “Miss and Mister Chuo” pageant. As Chuo’s faces of the year, contestants set the mood for various campus events during the runup to the contest. They make serious efforts to be successful, hoping to bring some changes to their present st …

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Thinking of Writing わが経験的文章論 By Kenji Nakadate 中楯健二

Many congratulations to you all on joining Chuo University. Here is an article contributed by Mr. Kenji Nakadate, former editor-in-chief of the Hakumon Herald who graduated from Chuo University in 1965. Based on his own experiences, Mr. Nakadate talks about the pleasure and difficulty of writing. It …

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A student club challenges to grow future entrepreneurs Interview with representative of Chuo’s Venture & Leaders 中央大学から日本を担う未来の経営者を ―Venture & Leaders代表に聞く―

A student club named “Venture & Leaders” was organized at Chuo University last year. This club, which had 18 members as of March this year, aims at developing human resources for next-generation Japan by providing students with opportunities to start up a business or experience corporate interns …

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Watch how people’s living can be affected By conspiracy bill now in Diet deliberation 国民生活にどう影響するのか注目 ―「共謀罪」法案の国会審議―

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Ms. Mizuki Terashima gets confidence and dream from studying in UK 英国留学で得た自信と夢 ―敬愛学園高校3年、寺嶋美珠紀さんに聞く―

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Little still known about schizophrenia A mental disorder afflicting modern people 認知度低い統合失調症 ―現代人を襲う心の病―

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Teachers’ English-language skills declining Cause for concern over government’s educational plans ―危ぶまれる政府の教育計画―

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A restaurant run by a Chuo student greets 3rd year 3年目迎えた現役中大生が運営するレストラン ―学生たちの交流の場に定着―

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How to deal with “comfort women” issue New South Korean President Moon pledges renegotiation ―再交渉を公約する韓国新大統領誕生―

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Preventing invasion of venomous fire ants First detected in Japan this spring -毒蟻日本で初めて発見-

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Japan tardy in preventing passive smoking

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Japanese rice cracker flying into space

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Stella Lou quickly gains popularity

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Be tolerant to cultural difference

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Traditional Ainu and Ryukyu arts featured at Chuo’s “JAPAN DAY” event

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Students debate on Chuo’s relocation plan

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Kokaji contributes to local community through ceramic art Interview with Alumni 陶芸活躍で地域貢献図る小梶晴好さん

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Thinking about sexual diversity Natose Suzuki, chair of mimosa ―中央大学mimosa代表、鈴木南十星さんに聞く

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Chuo student takes part in largest student-led conference in Asia

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Let’s do away with bias against sexual minorities

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-Interwiew- Chuo University’s 10-year development plan in steady progress

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Pursuing newness while retaining tradition

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Robots support popularity of sushi

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Spreading accurate knowledge of sushi to the world

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Sushi got popular by meeting people’s diversifying tastes

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-Interview- My favorite Korean and Japanese dishes

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Why is cheese dakgalbi so popular?

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South Korea’s home-made kimchi faces crisis

 

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Korea’s promotion of content industry proves effective

 

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Why does Tokyo University drop rankings every year?

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Three prefectures again rank highest in national achievement test this year

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Kyoto city’s decision on dealing with crowded buses

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Pitfall of six-hour sleep

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Insomnia is now Japanese national disease

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Lack of sleep adds to risks of cancer and obesity

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-Interview- Rei Yamamoto plays key role in Chuo’s table tennis triumph

Chuo’s women table tennis club won the pennant at the spring Kanto Students Table Tennis League competition last May for the first time in six years. Rei Yamamoto, a 22-year-old fourth grader of the Faculty of Literature, played a key role in Chuo’s 25th career victory. Hakumon Herald interviewed Ya …

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