On the way to SMU, you pass some mysterious buildings over and over. Some of you might notice them and start having question, but almost of you have little interests about them. These buildings are out of main campus (The 1st Campus & The Foundation Campus) and look like one of common buildings among a large number of cafes, shops and residential area in the whole district Chungpa-dong. However each of them has SMU’s logo on their entrance sign board, so it says that they belong to SMU undoubtedly. So, The Sookmyung Times (SMT) set to work figuring out what they are and what they are for.
First of all, please be aware that the contents I will provide to you are substantially based on MY experience and knowledge I gained while I was staying in Ireland for one year, studying in Griffith College Dublin.
When it gets near exam period, the underworld beneath Sookmyung Women’s University heats upmore than anywhere around the campus. Sookmyungians gave this place a pet name ‘The dungeons.’ here would this be? It is a reading room located next to the library underground. Many girls’ passionand endeavors still rely on this place that Sookmyung students adore. However, the room is not completely quiet. Then what is the current position of the Sookmyung Reading Room and what needs to be resolved?
Imagine students on the campus grass, singing and playing guitars and becoming one by it. This is most common romance many university students have in their minds, but also the one which is hard to see in Sookmyung Women’s University. However, there are students who made this impossible possible. The Sookmyung Times (SMT) met acoustic guitar group CODE BLUE to hear about a song of their voice.
From September 10th to 14th, student unions hold a Sookmyung second-hand bookstore. This bookstore, where sellers and buyers are both SMU students, was opened every year in each semester. Students wan
On September 13th, the inauguration ceremony for the 18th president, Hwang Sunhye, was held in Centennial Hall. The ceremony was about an hour long and over 100 people came to celebrate Mrs. Hwang. It
How much do you know about Korean adoptees? According to research, Korea ranked 4th place in the number of children adopted in the USA. SIWA is no ordinary volunteer group, in that they visit the US each year to teach these Korean adoptees the culture of Korea. The Sookmyung Times (SMT) went to hear more about this uncommon volunteer group with the head of SIWA, Shin Heejung.
On July 26th~27th and August 2nd~3rd, Science Plus and Liberal Arts Plus camp for high school students was held on campus. The Admission Planning Center hosted these two camps for first and second yea
On the 8th of August, the Sookmyung Philharmonic Orchestra and a number of professors of SMU performed a concert at the Sydney Opera ouse in celebration of the establishment of diplomatic relations wi
Decision to Become an Exchange StudentWhat do you think of when you try to picture being an exchange student in your mind? When I determined to be an exchange student, my purpose was only to improve a