JNU holds Freshmen Anthem Chorus Contest to celebrate 110th anniversary

Modified time: Oct. 24, 2016

Source: Student Affairs Office

Publisher: News Center

JNU held the Freshmen Anthem Chorus Contest in the school auditorium on Oct. 24 with Vice President Rao Min, university leaders and teachers in attendance. Twenty-three teams sang JNU’s anthem as a gift for its 110th anniversary.

Professional judges awarded first prize to the School of Journalism and Communication, Shenzhen Tourism College, Sihai College, the College of Chinese Language and Culture, and the College of Economics. Second prize went to the School of Medicine, the Physical Education School, the Electrical and Information College, the International School and the Management School. Third prize went to the International Business School, the School of Public Administration and Emergency Management, the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Life Science and Technology the College of Foreign Studies and other groups. The Law School and Intellectual Property School, the Academy of Overseas Chinese Studies in the School of International Studies, the College of Science and Engineering and other groups won the Excellence Prize.

Other award-winners were the College of Economics for best conductor, the Electrical and Information College for best creativity, the College of Chinese and Culture for best choreography award and Sihai College for best performance.

(Unique anthem sung by every college)

(Vice President Rao awarding first prize)