"Have a good time tutoring!" has in most part been replaced by "See you later!" to a lot of the students. Monday is what I consider "work - out day." After finishing four classes in a row by 4:45 p.m.
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I am hardly the kind of person to be an advocate of tradition. But as my last show of respect to a few of the traditions, the traditions of the Ewha Voice, that I have learned to value and now come to
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