The college academic calendar is being converted to face-to-face, and contest exhibits are gradually being activated. In this Brief, I will introduce the winners of the 1st semester of 2022 contest to present their work and to inspire students who read this article. It will encourage students to participate in many future contests as a result. [My Major] The award-winning work ‘Twenty One, the Strongest Media Communication!’ and the [Volunteer D.I.Y] award-winning work ‘Snack cooking and hand out for abandoned dogs, Volunteer Service and Card News’ are the contents of the day.
[My Major] ‘Twenty One, the Strongest Media Communication!’
- [My Major] is a ‘Major introduction video contest’ that Artechne has been conducting since 2019, and it is consistently popular in the contest world in which students from various departments participate. [My Major] releases videos with excellent concepts every year, and this year's grand prize was won by the Department of Media Communication students. The video was produced based on the curriculum of the department divided into media, video, and advertising majors.
The video was composed with the concept of ‘contest exhibits', and the acting of the students is outstanding. Most of the team members participated for the second time after last year, they succeeded in winning the prize with their improved planning, editing, and acting skills. It is meaningful in that it overcame the disappointment of last year, which did not succeed in winning the prize, and produced good results by taking on the challenge again.
[Volunteer D.I.Y] ‘Snack cooking and hand out for abandoned dogs, Volunteer Service and Card News’
- [Volunteer D.I.Y] is a contest that selects best results among volunteer activities planned and practiced by students for the local community. The grand prize was won by 'RI.V.PAT', a team composed of the Department of Food and Nutrition.
Team ‘RI.V.PAT’ conducted volunteer activities for abandoned dogs based on their major knowledge by team members with similar interests. In order to carry out meaningful activities, they planned a volunteer snack making service under the theme of ‘activities for abandoned dogs’, which they were usually interested in. In the process, they also produced card news to inform them of the seriousness of the situation, emphasizing the need for the interest of team mate. The team 'RI.V.PAT' made use of their major and carried out the entire process, from nutritional ingredients needed for dogs to composing snack recipes and distributing them.
Card News: https://www.instagram.com/p/Cd8ZZqYpMKH/
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