Photo by Kim Ji-sun. Sadly, most students are too busy to appreciate these statues of boy attendants which are located in front of the museum.
Photo provided by Lee Ji-sun. Korean University Students Politics and Diplomacy Research Association holds and participates in international conferences on diplomacy.
Photo provided by Choi Jung-a. A Rotaract club member is teaching English to her students at Sun Duk Won.
Illustrated by Kim Ji-sun. The law, revised last June, states that 19-year-olds can also participate in the coming local elections. Is it their rights? Or are they still too young? Controversy on the voting age continues.
Photo provided by Cho Min-kyung. During her exchange program at Smith College, Cho makes memories to cherish for life such as helping out with the whole opera production.
Photo by Kim Ji-sun. The stony castle-like exterior represents Ewha's glory and pride.
Photo provided by naver.com Pastor Kang Myung-soon (Corporation Leftover Love Sharing Community)
Photo by Song Hye-won. About 300 Ewha students gather amidst the rain as a General Rally to protest against the increased tuition rate conducted by the SGA.
Photo by Kim Ji-sun. Sport Strip, an athletic field, is located right next to the Ewha Museum.
Photo provided by Teulringeurimchatgi Students are doing a performance to inform the difficulties of handicapped students.
Photo by Song Hye-won (left) Photo by Kim Ji-sun (right) The president and the vice president of the SGA are shaving their heads in protest (left). University students staged a candlelight vigil at Sinchon opposing to the tuition raise (right).