[Photo by Kim Ji-sun] The dance movements are suppose to show the digilog culture through combination of extra-daily movements.
[Photo provided by CAMPUSTIMES] To Lee, "Digilog" is the answer to the conflicting analog and digital world.
[Photo by Kim Ji-sun] Students volunteering as a ?unny?of IT Voluntary Group at SK Telecom are sharing their computer skills with the low-income group children.
[Photo by Kim Ji-sun] Most universities are enforcing same regulations regardless of each school? characteristic.
[Illustration by Kim Ji-sun] In the new digital era, women rise as capable professionals.
[Photo provided by Ock Mee-kyung] Ock and her friend pose for a picture at a football match which is a common feature in the life of a college student in Wisconsin-Madison.
[Photo by Hwang Chang-dae] Kim Suk-bong (CEO of Sukbong Toast)
Nurliana Kamarudd (International Studies, 1)
[Photo by Choi Eun-sun] A visit to the Foreigner? Cemetery opens the door to Ewha? beginnings.
[Photos by Kim Yea-jin] (from left) The library is full of unique books. Fans of old and rare movies visit the video room often. The theater accomodates 60 people.
[Photo provided by Cello Sarang Ewha Media Center] A music concert hall, photo studio, and music recording studio is all in one single space at the Cello Sarang Ewha Media Center near the main gate.