Ewha Healing Group (EHG), a group of student supporters who share similar interests, held the third exhibition from March 2 to 31. All students including freshmen were qualified to participate both individually or in groups. The exhibition is aimed to help students adapt to campus life amid the pandemic by forming beneficial group culture. The winning groups will be given a chance to work as a part of EHG for a semester and acknowledged 30 hours of community service.
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