Ewha Hanwoori House reopens cafeteria for their students and staff. Students who live in the dormitory and nearby staff are enjoying their lunch while keeping social distanceto avoid the spread of COVID-19. Photo by Shen Yu-yan.
Ewha greets spring with the blooming of cherry blossoms on campus. The falling cherry blossom leaves cover the empty campus grounds, normally filled with students. Photo by Ko Yu-seon.
Even before the semester begins, people are lining up in front of the ECC pharmacy to get masks accordingto the mask rationing system announced by the government.Photo by Ko Yu-seon.
Ewhaian are spotted everywhere even at late night studying for the midterm exams. Photo by Park Jae-won.
Spring comes along clothing the campus with warmth even though the cold hasn’t left yet the campus. Photo by Park Jae-won.
Clubs, such as Two-Five, Pyrus performs for the newcomers at the plaza of the Student Union on their own unique way. Two-Five, a jazz club in Ewha, is singing “Round Midnight” inside the Student Union Building. Photo by Park Jae-won.