As a student-led reporter group for the official school blog, the organization discovers and creates online content about Ewha for the community of Ewha and the public.
A. Eligibility : Freshmen students
B. Application Period: Late November (Announcements on the homepage)
Edae Hak-bo (Ewha Womans University Newspaper) first took form on February 12th of 1954, aiming to create a bright future for the women and citizens of Korea as well as the nation itself. Edae Hak-bo provides an opportunity for communication and education among students, alumnae, parents, and general readers of the newspaper.
A. Eligibility : Undergraduate students
B. Application Period : May, November (Announcements on the homepage)
Ewha Voice is a super-tabloid sized bi-weekly English newspaper which covers campus news, people, special events, society and culture stories in eight pages. It was first printed as a project newspaper by the students of the journalism class of the English Language and Literature department.
A. Eligibility: Undergraduate students who are fluent in English.
B. Application Period : March (Announcements on the homepage)
EUBS (Ewha University Broadcasting System) was founded in April 1972 as an affiliated organization of the Multi Media Education Center to foster academic broadcasting at Ewha and to encourage student participation in campus events. It also aimed to create an opportunity for communication between students and professors by delivering content based on campus conversations.
A. Eligibility : Undergraduates
B. Application Period : March-April, September-October (Announcements on the homepage)