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Ewha Media Center

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ECC B213

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82-2-3277-3166, 3167

INTRODUCTION

The Ewha Media Center is formed by three on-campus media organizations including The Ewha Weekly, Ewha Voice and EUBS (Ewha University Broadcasting System). Each organization dutifully functions to report significant news on Ewha and comment on various social issues.

The Ewha Weekly

The Ewha Weekly is a weekly newspaper that is published in Korean. With the objective of cultivating general knowledge, helping academic life of students and developing public opinion by reporting and commenting on university community issues, the paper was first published on Feb. 12, 1954. Student reporters of The Ewha Weekly actively take part in the production process from planning to publishing. The Ewha Weekly is not only the most respected medium by Ewha students, but is also widely acknowledged as presenting high-standard journalistic skills among many university newspapers. The Ewha Weekly has roughly 400 alumnae in various fields including media, publication and education. Reporters who end their term receive a certificate of authentication given by the Ewha President.

Ewha Voice

Ewha Voice is a super-tabloid sized bi-weekly English newspaper which covers campus news, social issues and cultural content. As the only English media that exclusively reports news on campus, Ewha Voice is an essential source for international students, foreign exchange students and foreign professors. With the first paper published on June 10, 1954, Ewha Voice is the first university English newspaper. Student reporters of the Ewha Voice actively take part in the entire publishing process from planning to publishing. Ewha Voice is sent to over 170 foreign organizations, embassies and alumnae associations around the world.

EUBS 

EUBS (Ewha University Broadcasting System) broadcasts Ewha news throughout campus on a bi-weekly cycle. With the objective of creating a wholesome university culture and reflecting an accurate public opinion, the broadcasting system was established on April of 1972. To keep pace with the changing media environment, EUBS broadcasts campus news through its news program “Ewha News” and documentary “Meeting Ewha.” Broadcast contents are delivered through the homepage, Plasma Display Panels (PDP) installed throughout campus and YouTube.