The SMU overseas volunteer group went to Leyte, Philippines during the winter vacation. This volunteering group was composed of Jo Jungho, head of the team, and 15 SMU students and was done by the SMU
We don’t call the time in university as just time. We call it ‘campus life.’ As a part of our life we want the place to enjoy the culture life in the university as well as the place to study. For corresponding to the expectation, Sookmyung Women’s University (SMU) akes and prepares the space for Sookmyungian’s culture life. However, in spite of this effort, students think they don’t enjoy the culture life enough at SMU. What should be prepared for the gap between students and SMU?
On December 23, volunteers for briquette sharing event gathered in Soonhun Square. More than 100 students gathered in order to help out. The purpose of the main event was to give hands to those people
Buddy leadership group U.R.I. and office of international affairs held a sports day in Hyochang Stadium on October 10. They invited all foreign exchange students. U.R.I. is a group that is comprised o
The all-purpose building was completed at the second Chang-Hak campus, it took four months from last April. Our students have waited to have the Multiplex Hall after the breaking up of Grand Auditoriu
The English cafe has started in the cafe located on the first floor in the Center for Continuing Education from Monday to Thursday. The English cafe is a program to talk freely with foreign professors
Chungpa essay contest was held in HyoChang Park, Paljung gak on October 5th at 10 AM. The event was hosted by the Division of Korean Language and Literature and Sookmyungians from any divisions were p
All the Sookmyung students must have seen students carrying black briefcase who wearblack berets and tidy uniforms, at least once. They are the ROTC students. Last year,SMU was designated as the first women’s university which can have an ROTC course ofstudy. In the competition with other women’s universities, our school won and it becamea big issue both in and out of our university. However, compared to that, it is true thatthere is a lack of information among SMU’s students about curriculum or benefits. TheSookmyung Times (SMT) gathered information and interviewed related figures.
Aloha! (“Hello” or “I love you” in Hawaiian) I am Sungkyung Kim. I went to Hawaii Pacific University (HPU) through a study abroad program for a year. Since I was the one and only student that went to HPU as an exchange student from Sookmyung Women’s University (SMU), I was nervous and excited at the same time.