Starting this semester, Ewha professors are free to choose which grading system they wish to follow for each course. The official announcement by the Registrar Office stated that professors can either
Ewha students, especially seniors, are expressing concern over the low enrollment capacity of Convergence Basic courses provided for this spring semester. Students complained that there were not enoug
Friends and families of freshmen holding bouquets gathered together to celebrate the 2019 entrance ceremony on Feb. 22 at the Welch-Ryang Auditorium. Various programs and performances celebrated the n
Division of Software Science and Engineering and Startup Token held a workshop on blockchain technology and bitcoin on Dec. 1 at Ewha-SK Telecom Center. The conference and technical workshop titled &l
Ewha Womans University Museum, which first opened at Pfeiffer Hall in 1935, is renowned for its preservation of artifacts and various programs for visitors and students.The museum moved and reopened t
Ewha Career Development Center (CDC) held the Inspiring Women LEAD Career Talk Concert on Dec. 5 at ECC Lee San Bong Hall. The talk concert was hosted with the Australian Embassy where women leaders f
Along with rising concerns on plastic use and its effects on the environment, there have been some new efforts to protect the Earth and cut unnecessary plastic use. Starting from Nov. 19 to Dec. 14, s
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.