Without effective suicide prevention, students believe there is no place to seek help and some attempt to take their lives. Provided by the Segye Times
In the 1980s (left) Ewha students actively fight for the protection of workers' rights. Now (right) social issues are addressed by more passive means such as showing exhibitions and passing out leaflets to students. left-Photo provided by the Ewha Weekly right-Photo provided by the Student Government Association
Filipinos buy food and other products that remind them of their homes at the market formed along sidewalks of the Catholic Church in Daehangno. [Photo by Shim Keum-jo]
During Geumgangsan Tong-il travel, participants learned that mental unification should come first, before the actual unification of the two Koreas. [Photo provided by Hwang Su-jin]
Women defectors are tormented by patriarchal husbands in the North and are humiliated by society in the South. [Illustration by Kim Ji-sun]
Memories are made (from top left, clockwise) from chatting over a cup of tea with Zach from France, getting sand-coffined by fellow exchange students in Jeju Island, facing surreal war time at the DMZ, to studying for classes. - Photo provided by Steve Gowa
Yoon exsplores the life of a scientist as an intern at Norwest Labs in Canada.
Photo by Cho You-jin
Dongguk University students elaborate on their various ?lba experiences.
Exchange students talk about ?lba in the US, New Zealand, and Germany.
Ewha Green Club members collect signatures on a petition protesting the construction of the Gyeonbu Expressway near Mt. Cheonsung.
Women doctors are involved in all aspects of health care at Mokdong Hospital. The hospital strives to establish gender equality in staff employment.