As cherry blossoms bloom, the campus welcomes the beginning of another semester; signs abound that the busy college life has started and permeates the lives of Ewha students. In and out of campus, students are busy going to classes, attending club meetings, meeting their friends, doing part-time jobs and for freshmen, adjusting to their new university life. Managing university life, which is often seen as the bridge between adolescence and adulthood, is not an easy task for students. Time, money, health and image management are all aspects students much deal with. The Ewha Voice offers a guide on successfully managing the hectic life of cramming in busy schedules, responsibilities and want-to-dos for Ewha students, including perspectives from exchange students who are far from home.
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