Students’ Hall used to be in Building205, but now it has moved in to Building 107. Building 107, which is located near the front gate of the main entrance, is now open for everyone to visit and to check-out the clubs and other conveniences. In the past, many students have complained and made complaints to the school about the old conditioned building and how it has filthy air inside due to the basement. Thus, when the decision to create the Students’ Building was announced, this made innumerable of students happy and excited. Students’ Hall is finally born to meet the needs of students’ satisfaction. For those who do not know or are unfamiliar with the purpose of the building, what is Students’ Hall? Students’ Hall mainly provides students and staff with all the opportunities to join the variety of Chung-Ang University’s clubs. Other than the clubs, Students’ Hall plays a significant role in supplying everyone with a cafeteria, banks, and other conveniences. Let’s find out the reborn Students’ Hall by listening to the Chung-Ang University’s students’ personal opinions about the Building 107.
Interview with Heo Yu-rim, a member of RIBBON and Shin Hyun-jun, a student majoring in Social Welfare
CAH: What are the advantages in moving the Students’ Hall from Building 205 to Bduilding 107?
HEO: I personally think the big advantage of having the Students’ Hall in Building 107 is that it is located near the front gate of the main building. Since it is located at the front part of the campus, more students are likely to visit the Students’ Hall.
CAH: Comparing the old Building 205 and the new Building 107, are there any changes that you thought were great?
SHIN: Firstly, I loved how the information of the building is right in front of the entrance. In this way, students will not get lost in this huge building. Moreover, the new building is not only very clean and neat inside, but also it has a cleaner and fresher atmosphere than Building 205. Lastly, I was very happy to see an elevator with a 4- sided mirror. This will be crucial for students with disabilities who use wheel-chairs.
CAH: Is there anything that need to be fixed or added to Building 107?
HEO: I thought that it would be great if the information signs are also translated in English. As everyone knows, there are a number of international students at Chung-Ang University. If there is an English version of the information signs, it will help them in finding what they need at the Students’ Hall. < 저작권자 © 중앙헤럴드 무단전재 및 재배포금지 >