The representatives of the College of Education are celebrating their victory of the Bucha Teacher Festival.
/Extracted from the College of Education facebook page
Annually, the sports festival "Myeongjin festival" was hosted between the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Natural Sciences. The only difference this year in 2018 is that absence of the class is not allowed to participate in the festival due to the reinforcement of absence of leave. There are three types of competition such as ball game, board game and E-sports. The students who were interested could sign up to the Student Council of each department in the first round from October 17th to 21st. Fortunately, for the additional enrollment on the board game, Jenga and billiards were available until October 26th on account of low participation.
The progress method of games was as the following: The internal competition was held within each college from October 29th to the beginning of November. After the preliminary rounds of every games, excluding soccer, individual representatives were chosen. Then, they played final rounds in the mid of November. Especially, participants of E-sports had to cover all the expenses. Each event had prizes ranging from 30 thousand won to 100 thousand won and the “League of Legends” in E-sports had the highest among them all.
Total nine events were hosted in the festival but E-sports was the most popular including League of Legends, Overwatch, Star Craft and Crazy Arcade. The results of the festival were the overwhelming victory of the College of Natural Sciences except in Crazy Arcade and Jenga, the board game. There were two more events left to be proceeded until the end of November such as Overwatch and League of Legends. According to the result of the overall sports festival, snacks were offered. For example, the winning team received hamburgers and the losing team got fries. Park Jung-hoo, the Chairperson of the Student Council of the College of Natural Sciences stated, “Even though the festival is not over, I would like to thank the fellow students who participated with enthusiasm in the event. I hope the next Student Council could host various and entertaining events next year.”
Another union game was held on September 13th, “Bucha Teacher festival” between the College of Buddhist Studies and the College of Education which ended with a huge success. The festival was hosted by the 50th College of Education Student Council “Vaulting Horse.” “We host this event annually in order to encourage teamwork within each department in the College of Education,” stated Choi Hwi-ju, the Chairperson of the Student Council of Education. He added, “We thought if there is a competition among colleges like Education against Buddhist Studies, it would bring more sense of community and invigorate inter-exchanges among different majors.”
Variety of games were prepared for the participants, from classic games such as tug-of-war and turn-the-plank, to E-sports which enabled the participants to enjoy the hot summer with their friends. On September 13th, the first day of the festival, the competition of E-sports like Crazy Arcade and League of Legends was held at PC-room near Chungmuro station. The winner went to the College of Buddhist Studies. On the second day of the festival, September 14th, lots of physical events were prepared at the playground. After two days of fun and fierce competition between two colleges, the result was announced as a tie in three to three. Choi Hwi-ju said, “I think the most popular events were dodgeball, kickball and water-gun fight because they are not the type of activities you can do daily with your friends. On top of that, lots of people can participate and just have fun. It was also a meaningful time because after the event we were able to consistently communicate with College of Buddhist Studies.
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