Update : 2017.12.11  Mon  No : 491
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HUFS Opens up Its Spring Festival

HUFS, with ardent student participation, successfully held Daedongje, an annual spring campus festival, from May 16 to 18 at the Global Campus and from May 22 to 23 at the Seoul Campus.

What was special on Daedongje this year was the existence of some of the HUFSans who dressed up as monsters and offered students opportunities to join the events by giving them additional tasks. It had been the intention of the 51st Emergency Planning Committee of the Seoul Campus that the festival would provide a healthy outlet for students who were stressed out with exams and assignments.

The Argus reader Kim Gwon-ji, Dept. of Central Asia Studies’17 who attended the event, said, “This is my first time to join Daedongje, and I have never seen any festival with such a high level of participation. It was beyond my expectations.”

2017.06.19  No : 487
 
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