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[6호] 승인 2009.05.18  
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Celebrating the 70th anniversary of HYU (Hanyang University), the school has decided to change the school’s UI (University Identity), and held a survey to decide for Hanyangians.
  HYU has come up with five models for a new UI. There was an informal session in April to discuss changes to the UI.  In addition, the General Student Association held a survey of students asking whether the school should change the UI, and if the change was really necessary, which of the five models would be the best one. According to the survey, a majority of students agreed on changing the UI, but many answered that they did not like any of the five models. Thus, the school is working on coming up with other new models for replacing the current UI.
  Kim Tae-hyun, a student from the school of Business said,   “The UI represents the university which shows the symbols of the school such as the school’s flower, the founding spirit and so on. This year, the object of the change is to make a new UI that is suitable for the school motto of becoming a competent school in the global era.  But the models suggested from the school are not the ones our students are wanting. I believe that there should be some alternative proposals for change.”
  A director in the design part of the school marketing department said, “HYU is planning on having another session to discuss the UI. It will be a chance to reflect student opinions on the UI and to come up with the ideal UI for the motto of a global HYU.” The new UI was planned to be announced on May 15 at Hanyang University’s 70th anniversary celebration ceremony, but the announcement has been cancelled because the opinions on the UI have not been agreed upon yet.
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