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2020-08 21 Important News

[Event][Photo News] Photo zone to sooth the disappointment over the cancelled commencement ceremony

Hanyang University replaced the 2019 Spring and Fall Undergraduate and Graduate school Commencement Ceremony with online congratulatory videos to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and uploaded the videos on Hanyang University homepage and official social network services (SNS). Also, to avoid lots of graduate students gathering in one place, graduation caps and suits were rented through pre-registrations and photo zones were placed in several places. The photo zones will be held until August 28th according to the COVID-19 quarantine guidelines. Meanwhile, Hanyang University presented a total of 1889 students with 248 doctor’s degree, 440 master’s degree, and 1201 bachelor’s degree on August 20. ▲ International graduate students are taking photos at the photo zone to relieve the inconvenience of the canceled commencement ceremony at the Seoul Seongdong-gu Seoul Campus on August 20th. ▲ Graduates are taking photos with the Lion Statue as the background and throwing their graduation caps in Seoul Seongdong-gu Seoul Campus on August 20th ▲ A graduate student and the family are taking a photo at the photo zone ▲ A graduate student and her family are taking a photo at the photo zone Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-06 16

[General][On-the-Spot] Final Exams and Social Distancing

While putting in a significant amount of effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the university is following prevention guidelines to ensure that final exams at the university run smoothly. On June 15th, many students took their final exams that were administered according to the designated health precaution procedures at the Olympic Gymnasium. ▲ Individual students’ temperatures are being checked at the entrance to the exam room. ▲ A student is wiping his desk using wet wipes that have been distributed individually. ▲ Students partaking in taking the examination must individually write up and submit a Health Questionnaire. ▲ At the entrance of the exam room, there is a notice in regards to the examination guidelines such as temperature checks. ▲ The Olympic Gymnasium has desks arranged in compliance with social distancing guidelines. ▲ Final exams are underway at the Olympic Gymnasium. ▲ Many students are taking their final exams at the Olympic Gymnasium. ▲ A student is taking his exam while the distance between him and the other desks are secured according to social distancing guidelines. ▲ Final exams are being conducted at the Olympic Gymnasium by maintaining a safe distance between the students. ▲ Students taking final exams at the Olympic Gymnasium Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Jung-joo

2020-06 10

[Special][Photo] Campus Mail Sends Hearts Despite COVID-19

Hanyang University Seoul Campus Post Office sends mail twice a day. Post office trucks load packages every afternoon at 1:30 and at 6 o'clock in the evening. Including both registered post and general post, around 200 packages are delivered with each shipment. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Hanyangian's hearts were delivered on June 4th. ▲ A post office truck is parked in front of Hanyang University Seoul Campus Post Office to load packages on June 4th. ▲ The post office truck driver is loading packages onto the truck. The clock tower reads 1:30 PM (Doesn't it read 1:40?). ▲ The post office employee is moving packages from the post office to the truck. ▲ The post office employee is heading back to the office after sending out the mail. ▲ Post office truck is leaving to deliver packages from Hanyang University Seoul Campus Post Office.

2020-06 09

[General][On-the-spot] “Where Did All the Cars Go?” After the Opening of the Parking Gate

From the operation of the "Industrial Center Parking Gate" from June 1, there has been a noticeable drop in the numbers of vehicles on campus. Parked cars disappeared due to ordinary vehicles being virtually restricted from entering designated areas. Most of the parking has been relocated to parking lots built below the Track and Field, with signs set up at the existing parking areas that green areas or rest areas are to be created. In line with the launch of the underground parking lot at the Track and Field, the Property Management Team plans to strengthen ground-level parking management and create a pedestrian-centered, pleasant, and safe campus. ▲ Only authorized vehicles can enter the parking gate installed under the passageways between the Industrial Center and the Engineering Building 2. ▲ A vehicle is entering the parking lot installed underground beneath the Track and Field. The number of available parking spaces can be checked at the entrance. ▲ The view of the parking lot in front of the Industrial Center (Advanced Materials & Chemical Engineering Building) from the Amphitheater. ▲ The view of the parking lot in front of the Industrial Center from the Hanyang University Museum. No vehicles are parked. ▲ A green space construction notice is installed at the parking space in front of the Advanced Materials & Chemical Engineering Building. ▲ Flower pots are located instead of vehicles at the parking lot in front of the Information Technology / Bio Technology building. ▲ A green space construction notice is installed at the parking space in front of the Information Technology / Bio Technology. ▲ General vehicles cannot be seen even in the Graduate School parking lot. ▲ Vehicles usually parked along the back road of the Paiknam Academic Information Center & Library cannot be seen, and instead flower pots are placed. ▲ Parked vehicles cannot be seen in front of the College of Education either. Parking is not possible due to the placement of flower pots. Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-05 18

[Event][Photo] Hanyang University Holds its 81st Anniversary Founding Ceremony … Participates in the “Thank You Challenge”

On May 15th, a ceremony marking the university’s 81st anniversary was held at Paiknam Music Hall. This event was held on a small scale, with only a small number of people attending to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Although the event was simplified due to the virus, all participants added significant meaning to the meeting by taking part in the “Thank You Challenge” to express their gratitude and support to the medical personnel who are struggling on the frontlines against the COVID-19 virus. Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Jung-joo

2020-05 18

[Event][Photo] Track and Field Construction Completion Ceremony

On May 15th, University's 81st anniversary, the ceremony for the completion of the Track and Field Artificial Turf Stadium and the Underground Parking Lot was held. Due to rain, the ceremony took place on the box seats and the completion was celebrated through the cutting ceremony and commemoration planting. The construction of the track and field took one and a half years, starting from November 2018. The artificial turf stadium that meets international standards with a width of 100 m and length of 68 m was constructed at ground level, along with two basketball courts, a jogging track, and fitness equipment around the stadium. Underneath, two underground floors of a parking lot were established with a capacity to hold up to 863 vehicles. The parking lot also has electric car charging stations and parking spaces for female drivers. Around the parking lot, 49 locations will be provided to students for the use of student clubs. Considering mobility difficulties, an elevator tower that connects directly to Paiknam Music Hall and the underground road to the FTC building were also constructed. The total ground area of the track and field and the parking lot is over 30,000 ㎡. Meanwhile, the Office of Facilities Management has solved the problem of a lack of parking spaces with this construction project. The office is planning to prevent access to vehicles in certain areas and create more green spaces on campus for students to be able to enjoy a safer and more comfortable campus. Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-05 04

[General][Photo] Track and Field, Three Weeks Until its Completion

On April 28, we checked on the track and field which is in the final stage of its construction process. The completion ceremony of the field will be held on May 15. ▲ A photo of the track and field taken by a drone. Along with the artificial turf, the school logos, and English letters are clearly visible. ▲ Looking at the track and field from the FTC ▲ Looking at the track and field from the stands ▲ Many underground spaces are in the final stage of construction. ▲ Parking lots have been built underground. ▲ Underground spaces have been built under the ground field. ▲ Going to the track and field is possible by taking the elevator on the side of the Paiknam Music Hall Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-04 01

[General][Photo] Spring's Arrival

Cherry blossoms and forsythia are blooming all over campus, despite the emptiness it around due to the COVID-19. More sceneries around the campus can be seen through the Google Album. ▶ https://hyu.ac/photo2020 Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 26

[Special][Photo] 8 Scenic Points of Hanyang

Hanyang Pal-kyung (漢陽八景, 8 Scenic Points of Hanyang) has connected 8 beautiful viewpoints within the campus. Hanyang members can take a walk around the Dulle-gil when they are tired from their work and studies, and those who are visiting the school for the first time can easily learn about Hanyang University. Let's learn about the viewpoints within the course, the "8 Scenic Points of Hanyang." View 1. The Lion's Rumble ▲Lion statue in front of the Administration Building is the starting point of the Dulle-gil. View 2. Memorial Stone's Reflection ▲The symbol of Hanyang's spirit of humanities can be seen in the middle of the 158 stairs. View 3. Namsan's Twilight ▲Located on the back terrace of the College of Humanities. The place is known for its beautiful night view. View 4. Riverside's Night Lights ▲A view of Jungnangcheon and Cheonggyechen being merged View 5. War Horse's Tracks ▲Trail in front of the Paiknam Academic Information Center & Library are grounds where the Majodan of the Joseon Dynasty used to be located. View 6. Haengwon Park Stroll ▲Conversations being made on the hill of Haengdangdong. Haengwon Park in front of the School of Business View 7. Outdoor Stadium's Youthful Energy ▲Photograph of Track and Field in March 2020. Due to the construction, the view cannot be seen yet. View 8. The Amphitheater's Cheers ▲The amphitheater in front of the Chung Mong-Koo Automotive Research Center is a place filled with the romance of campus life. Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 26

[Special][Photo] Same March 12th as Last Year, but With Different Lives...Campus Scene that Shows the Changes Caused by COVID-19

To prevent the spread of the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19), Hanyang University postponed the first day of school by two weeks and decided to conduct online lectures for the next two weeks. The main club recruitment exposition that was held on March 12th of 2019 did not reopen this year. Here is the comparison between last year and this year. ▲ March 12th of this year (left) and last year at Hanmadang. While the main club recruitment exposition is held every year at Hanmadang, the area was empty this year. ▲ Hanmadang, which was filled with club booths and people (right), is now empty. A COVID-19 related banner can be seen at the back of Hanmadang. ▲ Spring of 2019 where it was filled with club experience booths (right). The energetic spring is no longer to be seen, with only a few people hurrying through the area with their masks on. ▲ Space where club booths were installed is now empty. ▲ In front of the KB Kookmin Bank's 365 ATM Center, students' laughter used to be heard . Now, there is an announcement posted in front of the ATM that preventive measures are being taken every day (left). Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 13

[General][Photo] Distance Learning Lecture, "How Should It Be Conducted?"

With the university's decision to conduct 2 weeks of online lectures due to COVID-19, Education Innovation Team held a seminar on informing how to utilize online platforms that support lecturers to conduct the smooth operation of the classes, on the 5th at the Great Conference Room of HIT. Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 02

[HOT Issue][Photo] 'Empty Campus' on March 2nd

With the first day of school delayed to two weeks later due to COVID-19, the campus that should have been crowded with students is nothing more than an empty scene (March 2nd).