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HYU Humanities Building Changes
Kim Soh-hyeon  |  kshyun2006@hanyang.ac.kr
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Hanyang University’s (HYU) Humanities building has been under construction funded by the Core Business since last winter. The construction is expected to be completed at the end of February 2017, just in time for HYU Humanity students to reap the benefits of the remodeled Humanities Building.  
The changes include the merging of two administration offices into one. One of the biggest advantages of this integration is that the various academic affairs business teams will be relocated to provide services in the same place. Visitors no longer have to experience the inconvenience of visiting one office only to find out that they have to go to the other office for assistance. The newly opened administration office is located on the first floor of the building.
The next two important changes involve an open-library and study rooms. On the first floor, lecture rooms 102 and 103 have been converted into an open-library. Also, on the third floor, there will be a space where students can work on team projects. About six to eight students can use a single room to prepare for team projects. There will be three rooms in total for students to use. Students will be able to reserve these rooms online. “To supplement the function of the study rooms, we concentrated on creating a better study environment,” explained Kang Kyung-il, the person in charge of these changes.
However, since two lecture rooms have been converted into an open-library, there was a concern that it may result in a shortage of classrooms. To allay these concerns, Kang Kyung-il explained, “We try our best to achieve an efficient usage of space, so we decided to convert rooms that were previously used for administration purposes into lecture rooms.”
These changes will provide HYU students with access to upgraded, more convenient facilities. The Humanities Department is expected to undergo more changes in the future to provide a better environment where students can engage in discussion and study. 

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