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HYU Museum Exhibition Seeks a "Reply" from Hanyangians
Song Eun-jin  |  sejin7827@hanyang.ac.kr
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The Hanyang University(HYU) Museum is currently holding a special exhibition called, , which opened last October 30, 2015 and will last to March 31, 2016 on Seoul Campus. The exhibition focuses on the past 76 years of Hanyangians’ lives. On display are historical materials and stories, from the evolution of HYU ID cards, test papers, and festivals to the records of campus activism, athletic clubs, and stories of campus couples.

Visitors to the museum can add to the legacy through special events such as writing Naljeogi, a diary shared by friends of the same major, designing a varsity jacket for college majors, and operating a slide projector that shows pictures of past Hanyangians’ lives.

Unlike previous short-term exhibitions in the HYU Museum, the exhibition is being held for five months so that the freshmen of 2016 can also experience history of HYU. Moon Jangho, a Freshman in the Department of Sports Industry, said, “Visiting the exhibition was a meaningful experience for me, being able to see the past and present lives of HYU come together. I could feel both love and pride for HYU.”

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