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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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
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).
The campus was covered with snow that came down throughout the night. While the snow near the roads was cleaned after it stopped falling, the campus covered in snow created marvelous winter scenes around campus. ▲ A lot of snow piled up at the Amphitheater of Hanyang University Seoul Campus. ▲ The scene around Aejeemun and the subway station ▲ The snow on the stairs in front of the main gate is being cleaned. * See more snowy scenes at the university website : http://www.hanyang.ac.kr/surl/zuWHB Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung firstname.lastname@example.org
The development fund donation ceremony by Incoco Chairman Park Hwa-young and honorary doctorate conferment ceremony of Park Hye-ran, the Board of Trustess of Color Street, was held at Administration Building, Hanyang University, Seoul Campus on November 1st. Chairman Park Hwa-young and his wife Park Hye-ran participated in a ceremony to receive honorary degree and attach a donation plaque to the Hall of Fame. Attendees of the ceremony included Chairman Kim Chong-yang and President Kim Woo-seung, the dean of College of Music, Park Jeong-won, and students from the College of Music. The Hanyang Global News Team - Global@hanyang.ac.kr
Hanyang University held its 2019 second semester Graduate School Fair on October 11th at the Olympic Gymnasium. 67 departments participated in the fair. In addition, 13 departments (43 laboratories) from the Mathematics and Science fields provided a lab tour for the purpose of sharing more information with students. ▲A student is looking at a bulletin board at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. ▲Students willing to go to graduate school are waiting in line for consulting at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. ▲ Students wishing to go to graduate school are receiving counseling at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. ▲Students are receiving counselling at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. ▲ Students are applying to graduate school through an on-site application booth at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. Hanyang Global News Team Global@hanyang.ac.kr
The Hanyang University Seoul Campus' autumn festival 'Rachios: Infinity' was held for three days, from September 25th to the 27th. The Seoul Campus was full of a variety of attractions and booths. The autumn festival, like its name meaning 'infinity,' provided infinite delight to students. The cameras took photos of students having happy times and making good memories together. ▲ Several booths at the 'Attraction Zone' in front of Hanmadang ▲ Students are making HYU acronym bracelets at the 'D.I.Y. bracelet' booth. ▲ Students are having fun riding a pirate ship and enjoying the theme park at 'Attraction Zone.' ▲ A student is having fun at the 'My Own Forky' booth in the 'ChangeMaker Zone' in front of the New Adminstration Building. ▲ A student is sitting idly on an air bed at the 'Dream Zone' in front of HIT. ▲ Students are taking photos at the photo zone of 'Dream Zone.' ▲ Students with rented costumes are posing at the HIT photo zone. Hanyang Global News Team email@example.com
'SIRIUS,' an autumn festival on the ERICA Campus, was held from September 17th to the 19th. The campus shined brightly during the festival like the brightest star in the sky, Sirius. A grass field behind the ERICA Academic Information Center & Library became 'Lunar Park,' according to the concept of comparing the vast and grandiose universe to campus. From the small lightbulbs, the standing in line, to the effused lights and romance of Lunar Park, HY cameras were there to capture the action. ▲ Hanyangians are enjoying a picnic at 'Lunar Park,' set behind the ERICA Academic Information Center & Library. ▲ 'How old are you?' Citizens are walking with their pets. ▲ 'Have a bite, son.' A father is sharing a slice of pizza with his son. ▲ A girl is taking a photo of her mother at Lunar Park's 'Photo Zone.' ▲ Hanyangians and animals are communicating with each other. ▲ A Hanyangian is smiling at a wandering child. ▲ The moon rose after the sunset. A family is looking at the moon.
Heavy rain visited the campus of Hanyang University on the 1st of August. HY cameras were there to capture Hanyangians in the rain around Aejeemun. After the rain concluded, Hanyangians could be seen enjoying the cool weather. ▲ On August 1st, a heavy rain shower fell onto the campus. ▲Students can be seen taking shelter from the sudden rain. ▲ 'Where did my other slipper go?' ▲Students are crouching in their umbrellas as much as they can to avoid getting wet. ▲The rain shower made Hanyangians' friendships much stronger. ▲ A Hanyangian is marching in the rain. ▲ Exit 2 of Hanyang University Station is reflected on a puddle. ▲The Old Administration Building and the blue sky can be seen reflected on stagnant water.
On July 20th, the special admissions process of written examinations and interviews took place for foreign nationals and foreign students at Hanyang University Seoul campus. The students' parents waited for their children in the hot and humid weather in front of Engineering Building I, where the examination took place. ▲ The parents are checking the exam room numbers in front of the Engineering Builiding I, where the examinination took place. ▲ Parents are waiting under the shade of trees for the examination to end. The admissions process for 2020 has begun, along with the special admissions process for foreign nationals and foreign students. A total of 444 students applied for the foreign nationals and foreign students admission process, and 56 of students who graduated from foreign middle and high schools will be selected, resulting in a competition rate of 7.91 to 1. Moreover, an undecided number of students who attended elementary, middle, and high schools abroad as well as North Korean defectors will be selected. Translated by Jeon Chae-yun firstname.lastname@example.org
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