On Nov. 21 at 7 p.m., the 55th University of Seoul (UOS) Student Council candidate meeting was held at Mirae Hall. The meeting was hosted by the University Press; The UOS Times, Jeonnong Broadcasting System (JBS), UOS Newspaper. Sidaemunwha, who is an affiliated magazine in the Student Council, also covered this conference. Also, the president candidate; Kim Min-su (Dept. of English Language and Literature, ’16), and the candidate of vice president; Jeong Ji-hyeon (Dept. of Life Science, ’16) participated in this program in order to introduce their blueprints and answer questions of their election pledges.
At first, two candidates introduced their promises for being implemented for two minutes. Next, this conference continued to the questions of and the answers of the candidates about the election pledges by four presses. One of the most asked questions is a reorganization of the course registration system, which is their first promise. This pledge includes an introduction of pre-registration date and an application cycle system. Re-take of the alternative course was also included. Four presses questioned most about re-taking alternative courses. For these questions, two candidates answered that students should be able to autonomously choose whether to delete course records or to retake alternate courses if these courses would not be opened. After this session, there was a questioning and answering time for all panels. This conference was finalized by a final remark of candidate.
The election will be on Nov. 26 to Nov. 28 in each building of campus. For available to count ballots, this election rate must exceed 40 percent.
Reported by Jeong Ji-eun, Ji U-yeong, Kim Ji-young
▲ Caption: Two candidates introducing their blueprints as leaders of student council.