It feels like yesterday, we were sitting in front of the computer screen, anxiously waiting to be admitted to Ewha. Perhaps Plan-B was being thought up in our minds, just in case it didn't work out. Perhaps, for the more privileged, this was plan-B. Either way, once we did enter the gates of Ewha, everyday became another closer to the day we'd leave.
Although college is the place where we realize individuality as a process of becoming adults, our lives at Ewha are quite similar because of the setting we share. Climbing the long steep staircase of the Welch-ryang Auditorium, sipping on a cool cup of lemonade at the Ewha Sarang, staying up all night at the Central Library, and waiting in queue at the E-fine Cafeteria for waffels are just some of the memories all Ewha students have the privilege of sharing.
Four years can either fly by or drag on. You could either soar or plummet. However, four college years seem to mean more than just a given time span. Looking beyond jobs and what comes after graduation, it is these four years that shape the woman that you are becoming, and help point the direction to the woman that you may become.
This is the last contribution for the column, "Through the Lens of Our Readers." We would like to say a big thank you to all who contributed. The Culture & Trends Page wish you all a memorable Summer Vacation.