(English version only)
You may find these few weeks very hectic owing to mid-term examinations. For me and my colleagues, this month is a "deadly buzzing March" in which a multitude of I∙CARE events have been underway. Although working long hours makes me physically exhausted, I am happy to see that our campus is filled with diversity and fun. Beyond academic assessments and office chores, there are areas worth being spent time on in spite of the constrained schedule. They may be exercises, dates, movies, saunas, and so forth. A fortnight ago, I chose to attend an evening conference where "future university" was featured. I was reminded of a quote from Benjamin Franklin: "Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn."