CWNU’s College of Liberal Arts has longed to have a lecture theatre over the past three decades. Although they requested a building extension from CWNU headquarters for the last ten years, their request was denied for various reasons. It is creating problems with the rising demand of education space. Although the College of Liberal Arts is in charge of most of the liberal education in the university, they have to rent a lecture theatre from another college away in the distance, or cancel events if this is impossible. Also, there isn’t enough space to accommodate each department’s various events, such as plays, nationwide writing contests for high school students, Japanese contests for universities throughout the country, homecoming day, and other events. In addition, the College of Liberal Arts needs space for lectures and events for university members, such orientations for freshman, entrance ceremonies, graduations, open lectures, and open concerts.
Now, they are in an awkward situation. They need to seek measures to save themselves since receiving the support of the national treasury is impossible. Therefore, the College of Liberal Arts will raise money for the Hall of Humanities. The period for fund-raising is from April to December this year. The goal is to collect about 800 million won. The proposed building site is east of the College of Liberal Arts, and the building size is 350㎡. The Hall of Humanities will be named after a large giver (e.g. OO Hall of Humanities). The names of contributors who donate more than 100,000 won and 200,000 won will be attached to the chairs in the hall, and carved on a plaque located in the lobby of the hall in the order in which donations are received. For further information, call the manager, Park Sun-hui, at 055-213-2303.
Jung Hwan-su email@example.com
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