by Eunhye Ko “Ewhaian is just like an another family to me,” says Bae Ha-neul (English Education, 1). a freshman of Ewha who received so much congratulations from Ewhaian, an online community of Ewha.
by Eunhye KoScreaming and roaring sounds, sounds very distant from what normally come from the music building were heard at the Korean traditional music performance room of the Music Building on Septe
Their summer was different. Unlike students who go to New York during vacation to see performances, they went there to perform on stage. About 40 Ewha students flew to New York to participate in a thr
Two weeks before the semester starts, there is always a battle that cannot be avoided. Early in the morning, students sit in front of their computers, looking in watches with great tension. As nine o’
Where else would you spot 12 art majors huddled together talking about art and life other than at school? About an hour’s drive north of Seoul, in Heyri village, you can find such women giggling the s
In a decade many things come and go, but some things stay with us and become more loved and improved over the years. Ewha Campus Leaders, the school-supported student ambassadors who give campus tours
Seeing students, or even professors gather together to form an ensemble and perform music is common. However, it is not so common to see those ensembles last for a long time with the same members or m
May is generally considered a festival period at universities. During this month, we see various one-day pub houses set up by student clubs and on campus booths selling finger food to raise funds or p
Most students in our university are well aware of that Ewha means pear flowers or pear blossoms. However, students say these pear trees are now hard to find. “Some of the pear trees have been moved to
While climbing up the stairs to get to their classes in the Ewha-POSCO Hall, students might have heard a nice Cello piece played live by a small group of students seated in one corner of the building.
By Shim Keum-jo Ewha has a market that is open 24/7 all year around. The market sells everything from intangible to tangible goods. Freshmen newly admitted to Ewha who may be wondering the location of
Chickens have always been considered as food. Have we considered them as things other than food? Pets-sometimes. Anything else? Nope. Well, newly opened as of last December 19, Seoul Museum of Chicken
By Lee Eun-a For the most part Morris Hall, or Senghwal-gwan, is recognized for its smell. Before you enter, you can get a whiff of chlorine from the swimming pool located at the lowest basement; next
By Koo Ji-hae As winter draws near, frosty breeze begins to sting our cheeks, and we find ourselves longing for winter vacation so we can stay in our warm homes. This is especially true for students w
By Min Joo Sinchon, located near Ewha, Sogang, and Yonsei University, is often defined as the heart of university culture in Korea. Flashy lights and the neon signs of restaurants, karaoke rooms, bars
By Shim Keum-jo "Sleepless nights are an everyday thing for Art majors,"begins Jung Da-eun (Fiber Arts, 3) as she spills out her memories of numerous nights spent at Ewha to finish her assignments. Un