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[3호] 승인 2008.09.04  
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  Aehanje, the fall festival of Seoul campus of Hanyang University, was held at HYU Seoul campus from September 23rd to 26th. Because of the voluntary resignation of the General Students Association at Seoul campus, the normalization committee hosted this festival instead. The committee was proceeding with the program to make active students’ participation; athletic meetings, cafés, bars, etc.

  Sports competitions between the colleges, hosted by student association of each college, took place for four days starting from the day before the festival. About 13 colleges participated in games: soccer, basketball and dodge ball etc. The athletic meetings encouraged the most participation of students. The College of Physical Education won the first prize followed by the College of Natural Sciences in second place and the Division of International studies, being third. Also the cafés and the bars were managed at Hanmadang on the 23rd for just one day. And on 25th, on the last day of the festival, a cheer group of HYU named Rhooters held a cheering performance with the students at Nocheon. In spite of singers’ performance such as Dynamic duo, Park Sang-min etc, few students participated was few because of rain showers.

  Kim Jun-ho, the head of the normalization committee, said, “We suffered a lot of difficulties such as bad weather, a budget deficit, lack of experience, etc. But in spite of all the difficulties, we did our best. And I hoped students enjoyed the 2008 fall festival.”

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