Student Bulletin

The president gave leadership advice to 200 students attending the annual TIME Congress.

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After finding a lost purse around the Registrar's office area in the Administration Building, four junior HRTM students turned over the valuable item for the Office of the President’s care and asked for help to find its owner.

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It has long been a dilemma of members of the student council to encourage active participation of students to extra-curricular activities. Faced by a difficulty, student officers have resorted into collecting fines from students who do not attend important assemblies.

Although widely practiced by organizations in the university, collecting fines has faced a lot of criticism. Now, the College of Engineering (CoE) has found a way around the problem by hitting two birds with one stone. The solution: donations, not fines.

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