Looking out of a window from the fifth floor of the Hakkwan, the students of the 1960s get a view of the crossroad lined with rows of stark red salvia. The statue of Alice R. Appenzeller is not due for another decade, and a small tree on the farside of the crossroad has only just begun to expand its roots.
Flourishing trees now overflow the view of the same window which once offered a wider venue of the campus. The little tree has grown, and the statue is already older than most of the students attending Ewha. Ewha herself has matured also.
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