Gyoji is an independent school magazine that represents the freedom of speech in universities. Unlike many other school presses, Gyoji is not funded by the school, therefore free from censorship. Howe
Enable and Change Ewha, candidates running for the General Student Council, sit next to each other as they present their campaign promises. It has been four years since there have been more than two running mates for the General Student Council. Photo by Choi Kyu-min.
In October of 2017, The New York Times reported rape, sexual assault, and abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein, a critically-acclaimed and successful film producer in Hollywood. The #MeToo movem
Interview with Lee Su-an, the CEO of Toyphil books A one-person professional publisher, Lee Su-an from Kookmin University majoring in Sculpture and Japanese writes books about childhood toys. Her most
Kidult phenomenon in college towns, convenience stores, and onlineThe prevalent kidult trend can be observed especially near Hongik University where various kidult and Gacha shops are found. The popul
Lee Joo-young met with Ewha Voice in an eye-opening interview uncovering her efforts to re-invigorate Korean politics. A member of Green Party Korea, she maintained that with renewed diversity and gra