This is Hanhee Cho, a freshman in Climate and Energy Systems Engineering. Although new students are enrolled at Ewha, they do not have many chances to visit the campus. Cho is holding “welcome goods,” which are distributed to freshmen to welcome them to Ewha. Photo by Heo Sol.
Although the traditional commencement ceremony is not possible with COVID-19, some students are taking pictures to celebrate graduation. Photo by Cho Su-hui.
Ewha Womans University will offer special gifts to seniors who sponsor scholarships to encourage juniors. Photo by Ko Yu-seon.
Ewha Archives held the special exhibition from November to next year to honor the history of Ewha and Esther Kim Pak. Photo by Ko Yu-seon.
Seoul Olae-cup campaign, held in the Student Union building, is intended to reduce the use of disposable cups, raising awareness for environmental issues. Photo by Shen Yu-yan.
There are steps to take for safe face-to-face classes. All students are required to get their temperatures checked at designated locations throughout the campus. Those who have gone through the process are given a red band indicating normal body temperature. Photo by Choi Ye-jin.
Two Ewha students, Lee Da-in, a freshman in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Choi Soojung from the Department of Physics built Ewha's campus using the Minecraft game software. Photo by Heo Sol.
Students prepare for festive season amid COVID-19 pandemic, adapting to the "untact" trend and abiding by social distancing protocols. Photo by Cho Su-hui.
Ewha supports COVID-19 hash-tag campaign, #Geulae_Idaelo. Ewha begins a COVID-19 hash-tag campaign, #Geulae_Idaelo. This message consoles students who have been unable to come to campus due to the pandemic. Photo by Cho Su-hui.
Ewha begins a COVID-19 hash-tag campaign, #Geulae_Idaelo. This message consoles students who have been unable to come to campus due to the pandemic. Photo by Cho Su-hui.
Eco-friendly movement in Ewha. The students of Ewha sell the eco-kit for protecting environment. They repackage the existing eco-items. This movement is the first step to promote the environment. Photo by Cho Su-hui.
New mascot for Ewha Womans University: “pear blossom.” The newly unveiled mascot designed by Oh Ha-kyung representing Ewha is displayed on campus. Photo by Cho Su-hui.