The contest was conducted at both Universities. Approximately thirty participants at DU and forty participants at SWU competed under the same four subjects: 1) What could you do to commemorate the 100th anniversary of your school? 2) How can students independently spend their university life? 3) How should woman prime minister lead the government? and 4) What can be done to prevent 'yellow sand' and other environmental pollution?
DU's First Prize went to Lee Hye-in, a junior in the Dept. of English Lang. & Lit, for her essay To be a twenty something as an adult. At Sookmyung, Um Jung-ah in the Division of Political Science and Administration won the First Prize for an essay entitled The world needs more pragmatic frameworks.
"We need more opportunities for interchange between DU and SWU. I hope that this event will be a corner stone for friendship between both Universities," said Goo Youn Eun-ae the editor-in-chief of The Sookmyung Times.
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